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WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. (2014) Electronic nicotine delivery systems. WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.

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Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) should be regulated to:

(a) minimize content and emissions of toxicants;

(b) ensure use of nicotine of pharmacological quality, when nicotine use is intended;

(c) standardize nicotine delivery at levels known to the consumers;

(d) minimize acute nicotine toxicity;

(e) impede product alteration to use of other drugs;

(f) ban ENDS solutions with fruit, candy-like and alcohol-drinks flavours until empirical evidence shows that they are not attractive to minors;

(g) require manufacturers and importers to disclose to governmental authorities information about the contents and emissions of ENDS; and

(h) require registration of manufacturers and importers with governmental authorities.

Item Type
Report
Date
2014
Pages
13 p.
Publisher
WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
Corporate Creators
WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
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HRB (Electronic Only)
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