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20 mai 2014

La newsletter de stop-tabac: les sujets clés de l?actualité mondiale sur le tabagisme

Sélection réalisée par Jean-François Etter

Le 20 mai 2014


- La cigarette électronique est-elle en train de "ringardiser" le tabac chez les jeunes ?
- Global cancer cases reach 14 million, World Health Organization says
- Reynolds American Sees E-Cigarette Launch as a 'Game Changer'
- Nicotine inhaler gives instant 'hit'
- Undertreatment of Tobacco Use Relative to Other Chronic Conditions
- Chattez avec un médecin tabacologue


La cigarette électronique est-elle en train de "ringardiser" le tabac chez les jeunes ?

La cigarette électronique, qui s'est imposée en quelques mois en France auprès des fumeurs confirmés, permettrait aussi de faire reculer le tabagisme chez les jeunes en "ringardisant" la cigarette traditionnelle, selon une enquête publiée vendredi 16.5.2014.

http://www.bfmtv.com/video/bfmtv/bfm-story/bfm-story-e-cigarette-tabac-devenu-ringard-aupres-jeunes-16-05-197513/

et

http://www.sudouest.fr/2014/05/16/la-cigarette-electronique-est-elle-en-train-de-ringardiser-le-tabac-chez-les-jeunes-1557298-4696.php (19 05 2014)
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Global cancer cases reach 14 million, World Health Organization says

The rising burden of cancer is being driven by a rapid shift in lifestyles in the developing world to more closely reflect industrialised countries. Rising rates of smoking and obesity as well as people living longer are contributing to the rise. Lung cancer, which is mainly caused by smoking, was the most common cancer globally, with 1.8 million cases - about 13% of the total. Read more...:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-25346639 (16 12 2013)
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Reynolds American Sees E-Cigarette Launch as a 'Game Changer'

Voir:

Reynolds American Sees E-Cigarette Launch as a 'Game Changer'

et

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzWaJ6q8YKY (08 05 2014)
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Nicotine inhaler gives instant 'hit'

Wellington smokers will trial a new inhaler that gives a hit of nicotine without the hundreds of harmful chemicals hidden in cigarette smoke. The inhaler is based on puffer devices used to deliver medication to asthmatics...

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/8822875/Nicotine-inhaler-gives-instant-hit (21 06 2013)
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Undertreatment of Tobacco Use Relative to Other Chronic Conditions

Objectives. We compared the likelihood that a tobacco user would receive treatment with the likelihood that an adult with another common chronic condition would receive treatment for that condition at an office visit.

Methods. We analyzed data from the 20052007 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey to compare the proportion of US office visits at which tobacco users and individuals with hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, asthma, or depression received condition-specific treatment. We calculated the odds that a visit for a comparison condition would result in treatment relative to a visit for tobacco dependence.

Results. From 2005 to 2007, 38?004 patient visits involved at least 1 study condition. Tobacco users received medication at fewer visits (4.4%) than individuals with hypertension (57.4%), diabetes (46.2%), hyperlipidemia (47.1%), asthma (42.6%), and depression (53.3%). In multivariate analyses, the odds for pharmacological treatment of these disorders relative to tobacco use were, for hypertension, 32.8; diabetes, 20.9; hyperlipidemia, 16.5; asthma, 22.1; and depression, 24.0 (all Ps?<?.001). Patients with hypertension, diabetes, or hyperlipidemia were also more likely to receive behavioral counseling.

Conclusions. Alternate models of engagement may be needed to enhance use of effective treatments for tobacco use.

Am J Public Health. Published online ahead of print June 13, 2013: e1e7. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2012.301112

Steven L. Bernstein, Sunkyung Yu, Lori A. Post, James Dziura, and Nancy A. Rigotti

http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.2012.301112 (25 06 2013)
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