Japanese Agency: Electronic Cigarette Cartridge Are More Dangerous Than Cigarettes Beware Of Child Abuse
- Dec 21, 2017 -

E-cigarettes do not burn tobacco, place a strip or capsule-shaped cartridge containing tobacco ingredients in a portable charging machine, and inhale the steam by heating. Compared with cigarettes, smoke lighter.

The National Life Center said it surveyed a total of 12 brands of electronic cigarette cartridges sold by three companies, including Japan Tobacco Company (JT). In response to these 24- to 83-mm cartridges, the tester judged whether it would cause an eating or asphyxiation hazard for infants and toddlers. The survey found that among the nine brands of cartridge sizes, they would probably lead to the eating of children under 3 years of age.

National Center for Life call, do not drink water after eating, etc., should be immediately sent to medical institutions.