Clinical Trial

A Study of Unfiltered Cigarettes Among Committed Smokers

Study Description

A Study of Unfiltered Cigarettes Among Committed Smokers

This study is an open-label, randomized, 9-week, two-sequence, two-treatment, cross-over clinical trial of 40 adult filtered cigarette smokers who switch to unfiltered cigarettes There will be a 1-week baseline period, 2 weeks of smoking filtered or unfiltered cigarettes (determined at time of randomization), and a 3-week washout period, followed by post-washout baseline week, and a crossover to 2 weeks of smoking the opposite condition.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Unfiltered Cigarettes

Participants will be given unfiltered Pall Mall or Camel cigarettes to smoke for two weeks according to the brand they smoked prior to the start of the study. They will agree to smoke the cigarettes using a monitoring device (CReSS) that measures puffing behavior on five (5) days during each of the two weeks. They will also collect their cigarette butts on all days as a measure of smoking behaviors.

Filtered Cigarettes

Participants will be given filtered Pall Mall or Camel cigarettes to smoke for two weeks according to the brand they smoked prior to the start of the study. They will agree to smoke the cigarettes using a monitoring device (CReSS) that measures puffing behavior on five (5) days during each of the two weeks. They will also collect their cigarette butts on all days as a measure of smoking behaviors.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

A Randomized Cross-over Clinical Trial of Unfiltered Cigarettes

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03749876

ParticipAid ID

en5Gld