eNT Shows Significant Reductions In Smoking Urge

CHAPEL HILL, NC  (February 14, 2014) – e-Nicotine Technology (eNT) announced details from its initial clinical trial that were presented last week at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco in Seattle, WA. The data were part of a presentation entitled  “Achieving Rapid Smoking Urge Relief and Nicotine Pharmacokinetics Through the Manipulation of the Particle Size of a Condensation Aerosol of Nicotine and Propylene Glycol.” The clinical trial tested eNT’s proprietary nicotine delivery system in a group of 77 dependent smokers that had not set a goal to quit smoking. eNT’s 50, 75, and 100 mcg nicotine dose groups all reported significant (p<.01) reductions in their median percent smoking urge (75%, 70%, and 83%, respectively) at 1-minute after dosing, which were sustained over time. Fully 75% of subjects reported that they would use the 50 mcg nicotine aerosol as a substitute for their smoking.