A review of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) method for determining tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide levels in U.S. cigarettes by the National Cancer Institute, with contributions from an expert panel of medical, legal and tobacco industry personnel. Focuses on the health effects of the components of cigarette smoke with discussions on consumer smoking patterns and perceptions of FTC labeling of tar and nicotine ratings. Examines the FTC testing parameters with recommendations for changes to those parameters and to labeling. Tables, graphs and references.Measured on the basis of standardized machine smoking conditions, the sales- weighted average tar and nicotine deliveries in U.S. cigarette ... The current filter cigarette smoker tends to smoke more intensely and to inhale more deeply. Thus anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Ftc Cigarette Test Method for Determining Tar, Nicotine & Carbon Monoxide Yields of U. S. Cigarettes|
|Author||:||Donald R. Shopland|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-07-01|