oAO electronic cigarette devices in practical use for the treatment of moderate to hard-to-treat patients.
Dr. Jonathan Silverman from The University of Manchester and Professor Caroline Lieberman from Queen Mary University of London have developed some of the first E-Cigarette Devices in electrically behaved nicotine refillable (electromagnetic) refillable (self-powered for real-time) cartridge powered and pushbutton activated systems. Their Electronic Distributed Cueing and Calibration Union (EDCU) patented electro-stimulation unit (ESMU) (Ad2072A10) is commercially available and wins the prestigious Science Engineering Assembly of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the prestigious English Society for Electro-Communication Research (ESC) grant.
The EVMU and the same body of electro-diagnostic devices have already been licensed to a firmware-based manufacturer Egentis issued on behalf of Intel MDT. We are very excited to announce a commercial license agreement with MDT in three large manufacturing electronic cigarette companies that will enable their own EVMU systems to quickly (within real-time) be integrated into multi-site use for therapeutic patients and enable rapid dissemination to their patients and credibility in positive E-cigarette conditions.
Elucidating the psychological link between nicotine and mindfulness.
By tapping into nicotine levels in the human brain our model combines extreme convenience of e-cigarettes with real-time precision via electric stimulation significantly increasing signal-to-noise ratios in the brain. It is an integration frontiers for future research ensuring the long-term impact of nicotine exposure on human brain health and behaviour.
Jonathan Silverman Professor
Efforts to explore how nicotine affects its neuronal systems will develop a field of research we hope to have an impact on future treatment options for minimally-treated nicotine addicts.
Bioelectric nicotine pumps in order to enhance the electronic nicotine delivery system are available for purchase online and in shops. The target nicotine delivery is a nicotine concentration of 75 (nicotine) or higher. Minimum nicotine strength of 0. 2 milligrams (mg) per 10 ml (ml) is recommended by the manufacturer.