Asociación entre uso de cigarrillo electrónico e historia de accidente cerebrovascular en mujeres adultas de EE. UU. en el año 2018

  • Kleynner Romero kleynner
  • Sebastián Reyes Vizcaíno Universidad de las Américas
Palabras clave: Cigarrillo electronico, accidente cerebrovascular, mujeres adultas

Resumen

La disminución de oxígeno en el cerebro que produce la expocisión prolongada al humo del cigarrillo y sus consecuencias ya han sido estudiadas, sin embargo, aún falta mucho por determinar si el cigarrillo electrónico produce o no los mismos efectos en el organismo.

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2021-03-30