A new study from independent medical research organisation Cochrane has concluded with moderate certainty that using electronic cigarettes with nicotine leads to more smokers successfully quitting smoking than traditional nicotine replacement therapy products, such as nicotine patches and gum.
The study also found that using e-cigarettes containing nicotine leads to an increase in success rates over e-cigs that contain no nicotine.
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Cochrane, an international charitable organisation based in London, England, conducts systematic reviews of medical research findings. The organisation has over 50 review groups and over 30,000 volunteer experts as of 2015.
This latest Cochrane study examining the effectiveness and safety of e-cigarettes as they pertain to helping smokers achieve long-term abstinence from combustible nicotine products, such as traditional cigarettes, is an update of a review that was first published in 2014.
Over 12,400 participants were represented in the 50 completed studies that Cochrane reviewed. Of these 50 studies, 26 were randomised controlled trials (RCTs).
In conclusion, the research showed that quit rates were higher with nicotine e-cigarettes than they were with nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
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Earlier this year, Australian researchers led by Dr Gary Chan at the University of Queensland's National Centre for Youth Substance Use Research published a study in the journal Addictive Behaviours which found e-cigarettes to be 50% more effective than NRT.
A study conducted by researchers at University College London found that people using e-cigs to quit smoking are around 95% more likely to successfully quit smoking than those who are trying to quit without a smoking cessation aid of some form.