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Trends CVA: Hospitalizations Due to EVALI Are in Steady Decline

The Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) is pointing out that the number of hospitalizations due to EVALI cases has declined dramatically, and this can be attributed to two reasons.

Last November, the CDC had confirmed that the outbreak of EVALI, is almost certainly not linked with vaping legal nicotine products. Testing the lung fluids from 29 of the case patients, the agency had found that all 29 contained vitamin E acetate, also known as Tocopheryl acetate.

Similarly, the CVA had urged public health officials to investigate contaminated black-market THC vapour products. Under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act (TVPA), which oversees the production of nicotine e-liquid products in Canada, using Vitamin E acetate is prohibited.

Meanwhile, the vaping association is pointing out that the number of hospital admissions for the condition has dropped dramatically and the reason for this is thought to be two fold: The fact that the public is now aware that the main cause is illegal THC, and the fact that the black market has now had time to change the formula used in their products, to exclude the deadly compound.

However, the CVA is still urging the public to exercise caution with regards to THC containing vapour products, reminding that they should be purchased from licensed specialty shops.

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