Data for 'Real-world’ compensatory behaviour with low nicotine concentration e-liquid: subjective effects and nicotine, acrolein and formaldehyde exposure
Dawkins, LE, Cox, S, Goniewicz, M, McRobbie, H, Kimber, CF, Doig, M and Kosmider, L (2019). Data for 'Real-world’ compensatory behaviour with low nicotine concentration e-liquid: subjective effects and nicotine, acrolein and formaldehyde exposure. John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Society for the Study of Addiction. https://doi.org/10.18744/LSBU.002952
|Authors||Dawkins, LE, Cox, S, Goniewicz, M, McRobbie, H, Kimber, CF, Doig, M and Kosmider, L|
This is a UK study of 20 experienced e-cigarette users (12 males; 8 females) which aimed to compare the effects of i) high vs. low nicotine e-liquid concentration and ii) fixed vs. adjustable power settings on vaping behaviour, subjective effects, nicotine intake, and exposure to acrolein and formaldehyde in an everyday setting. All participants completed a baseline session and then four different conditions (each one weeks’ duration) under a) high nicotine, fixed power; b) high nicotine, adjustable power; c) low nicotine, fixed power; and d) low nicotine, adjustable power. Order was counterbalanced but the two fixed conditions always came first. The data include, under each condition: puffing patterns (puff number, puff duration, inter-puff-interval, volume of e-liquid consumed), craving and withdrawal symptoms, subjective (positive and negative) effects, and HPMA (for acrolein) and formate (for formaldehyde) exposure.
|Keywords||e-cigarettes; vaping; nicotine; compensatory behaviour; formaldehyde; acrolein; puffing patterns|
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Society for the Study of Addiction|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.18744/LSBU.002952|
|Funder/Client||Cancer Research UK (CRUK)|
complete SPSS data.
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|Data collection period||01 Sep 2016 to end of 28 Feb 2017|
|Geographic coverage||London and the South East, England|
|Data collection method|
Twenty experienced e‐cigarette users (recruited between September 2016 and February 2017) vaped ad libitum using an eVic Supreme™ with a ‘Nautilus Aspire’ tank over 4 weeks (1 week per condition).
|Data preparation and processing activities|
Participants were given coded reference numbers in order to anonymise the study.
|Online||22 Feb 2019|
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|Deposited||25 Jul 2019|
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