According to health officials from Canada, the cause of vaping illness in the US which is a breakthrough mission is closely monitored as it is a mysterious case.
According to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention of the US, the vitamin E acetate is a chemical compound which has been regarded as a very strong culprit.
The compound was taken in fluid form from 29US patients from their lung and electronic cigarette liquid is extracted along with some other devices which are used by the patients.
According to Eric Morrissette who is a spokesman for Health Canada said that vaping products of Canadian cannabis does not include vitamin E acetate.
According to him, the Public Health Agency of Canada and Health Canada are monitoring the illness situation due to vaping and is monitoring it actively.
Close contact is maintained with the US Centre of Disease Control and Prevention and the US Food and Drug Association so that the investigation is better understood.
According to a statement given by Morrissette on Friday the monitoring of the data sources available will be continued by Health Canada along with the surveillance system and additional action is taken as an appropriate and warranted measure so that the safety and health of the Canadians are protected.
Lung illness of severe degree that relates to vaping has been reported in Canada and the number of probable cases is seven and that has been confirmed.
Two cases have been confirmed in Quebec and New Brunswick and British Columbia the probable cases are two and three respectively.
On Friday, a statement came from the US officials that a common suspect is found for the first time in the patients with damaged lungs.
The toxic substances cannot be ruled out as they cautioned and to show the causes of vitamin E acetate animal studies could be taken to detect the lung damage that has been found.
Since March more than 2000 Americans gotten sick because of vaping which includes young adults and teens and 40people lost their life due to it.
In September, in Quebec a Canadian who is the first person to be diagnosed with it as people who vape have been urged by Health Canada to watch out for the symptoms like chest pain, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, shortness of breath and cough.