FDA technical review throws light on agency’s priorities for e-cigarettes

While some of the biggest players in the US vapour market wait for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to decide whether their products can remain on sale, a document published by the agency along with its authorisation of two Reynolds cartridges provides insight into its processes and priorities.

The Technical Project Lead Review on the Vuse Solo products – two tobacco-flavoured e-liquid cartridges apparently differing only in their tube material, along with a power supply – also underlines the depth of the data required from companies submitting Premarket Tobacco Product Applications (PMTAs).

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