Electronic cigarettes are getting a lot of buzz.
And the news isn’t good for the makers of e-cigarettes, who are trying to keep up with the new trends and the FDA’s move to require them to have electronic medical records.
But, the truth is that there’s a lot more to making electronic medical record systems than just electronic vapor cigarettes.
Electronic medical record is a technology that allows medical professionals to record medical information on a device such as an electronic device or computer.
The devices in question allow for the recording of everything from vital signs to heart rates and other medical information.
They are also widely used in emergency situations.
Electronic vapor cigarette users often use them to make e-liquids that have a similar effect to smoking marijuana or cigarettes.
But they are not designed to be used recreationally.
The FDA said in September that it will require manufacturers of electronic cigarettes to have at least one medical device that can be used to vaporize electronic cigarettes.
The FDA’s order states that manufacturers of eVic products must have an electronic medical device, an FDA spokesperson told the Associated Press.
While e-cigarette manufacturers have been trying to push back against the FDA order, they have not been successful in doing so, and now they may have to change their tune.
A group of more than 20 states has filed a lawsuit to block the FDA from enforcing its order.
It is challenging the legality of electronic medical devices as medical devices and seeks an injunction to stop the agency from enforcing the order.
In a statement, Electronic Vapor Devices, Inc. said the FDA was wrong to take away their right to use electronic medical equipment in order to make vapor products.
“Electronic devices are a form of medicine and are a necessary and essential tool to help patients to control their symptoms and help them to better manage their condition,” the company said.
“This is exactly what we want to see the FDA do.”