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blood alcohol concentration n.

blood alcohol concentration

blood alcohol concentration

blood alcohol concentration n.

Blood alcohol concentration and psychomotor effects

Comparison of Immediate and Delayed Blood Alcohol Concentration Testing

PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOL (PEth) CONCENTRATIONS IN BLOOD ARE CORRELATED TO REPORTED ALCOHOL INTAKE IN ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT PATIENTS

Comparative Alcohol Concentrations in Blood and Vitreous Fluid With Illustrative Case Studies

THE EFFECTS OF CARBON DIOXIDE IN CHAMPAGNE ON PSYCHOMETRIC PERFORMANCE AND BLOOD-ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION

DIFFERENT BLOOD ACETALDEHYDE CONCENTRATION FOLLOWING ETHANOL ADMINISTRATION IN A NEWLY DEVELOPED HIGH ALCOHOL PREFERENCE AND LOW ALCOHOL PREFERENCE RAT MODEL SYSTEM

Exploring Structural Relationships Between Blood Alcohol Concentration and Signs and Clinical Assessment of Intoxication in Alcohol-Involved Injury Cases

Relationship Between Blood Alcohol Concentration and Observable Symptoms of Intoxication in Patients Presenting to an Emergency Department

SELF-ESTIMATES OF BLOOD-ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION AND ABILITY TO DRIVE IN A POPULATION OF SOLDIERS

Low-Alcohol Beers: Contribution to Blood-Ethanol Concentration and Its Elevation above the UK Legal Limit after ‘Topping-up’

PS269. Epidemiology of Completed Suicide in Different Blood Alcohol Concentration: a Nationwide Autopsy-based Study

Tryptophan in Alcoholism Treatment I:  Kynurenine Metabolites Inhibit the Rat Liver Mitochondrial Low Km Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Activity, Elevate Blood Acetaldehyde Concentration and Induce Aversion to Alcohol

Tryptophan in Alcoholism Treatment II:  Inhibition of the Rat Liver Mitochondrial Low Km Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Activity, Elevation of Blood Acetaldehyde Concentration and Induction of Aversion to Alcohol by Combined Administration of Tryptophan and Benserazide

 

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The amount of alcohol in a given volume of blood, usually expressed in units of mass per units of volume, as milligrams or grams of alcohol per decilitre (100 millilitres) of blood. See also alcohol, drink-driving. Also called blood alcohol level (BAL). BAC abbrev.

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