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Relation entre l’usage d’e-cigarettes, l’usage de cannabis et la poly consommation de produits psychoactifs en médecine générale : données de l’étude e-TAC

Abstract : Introduction: cannabis use in France is particularly high, compared to the rest of Europe. Nine % of the French population in 2014 co-used some psychoactive products, exposing themselves to the cumulative risks of all products consumed. The main objective of our study was to study the influence of cannabis use or co-use of psychoactive products on the evolution of e-cigarette use over 12 months. Methods: prospective cohort study in eight general practice clinics in Aquitaine area (France) between 2015 and 2016. Logistic regression models were performed to obtain an estimate of the probability of staying or becoming a current vaper at 12 months, depending on the reported use of cannabis over the past year or co-use, at baseline. Results: in our study, 473 patients were included and 272 were interviewed at 12 months. During follow-up: 8.8% became experimenters of e-cigarettes; 9 patients remained current vapers and 4 patients become current vapers. There was no statistically significant association between becoming or remaining vaper during follow-up and being co-users or users of cannabis at baseline. Conclusion: our study has not demonstrated a link between cannabis use or psychoactive products co-use and the current use of e-cigarettes. It is possible that users of cannabis and poly-consumers more try e-cigarettes than other patients in general medicine, without maintaining themselves more than the others durably in this use.
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Nicolas Germemont. Relation entre l’usage d’e-cigarettes, l’usage de cannabis et la poly consommation de produits psychoactifs en médecine générale : données de l’étude e-TAC. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02499861⟩

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