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>Revistas >Salud Pública de México >Año 2018, No. 5


Reynales-Shigematsu LM, Barrientos-Gutiérrez I, Zavala-Arciniega L, Arillo-Santillán E
Nuevos productos de tabaco, una amenaza para el control de tabaco y la salud pública de México
salud publica mex 2018; 60 (5)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 45
Paginas: 598-604
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RESUMEN

Los nuevos productos de tabaco, entre los que se incluyen los cigarros electrónicos (denominados “E Cigs”, “e-hookahs”, “mods”, “vape-pens”), los sistemas electrónicos de administración de nicotina (SEAN), los sistemas similares sin nicotina (SSSN) y los sistemas alternativos de consumo de nicotina (SACN), incursionan en el mercado global con un discurso de reducción del daño y minimización del riesgo. Este manuscrito resume la evidencia científica y una propuesta regulatoria sobre esta innovación tecnológica, con el fin de orientar la toma de decisiones de legisladores, instituciones gubernamentales y la sociedad civil organizada. La evidencia científica concluye que no existe un producto de tabaco seguro para la salud; la naturaleza adictiva de la nicotina y los daños a la salud causados en niños, adolescentes y mujeres embarazadas constituyen el argumento fundamental. Estos nuevos productos promueven la transición al consumo de cigarros combustibles y no han demostrado eficacia para la cesación tabáquica; por el contrario, promueven el uso dual. Toda regulación debe formularse sin la intervención de los fabricantes o instituciones con conflicto de interés y en el marco de la implementación completa e integral del Convenio Marco de la Organización Mundial de la Salud para el Control del Tabaco.


Palabras clave: cigarrillos electrónicos, Sistemas Electrónicos de Liberación de Nicotina, consumo de tabaco, efectos adversos, prevención y control, legislación y jurisprudencia, México.


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