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impaired driving


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impaired driving

Lorazepam and Driving Impairment*

Substance-Impaired Driving in Adolescence

Programs and Policies Designed to Reduce Impaired Driving

Gender Differences in Alcohol Impairment of Simulated Driving Performance and Driving-Related Skills

Suspected Impaired Driving Case Involving α-Pyrrolidinovalerophenone, Methylone and Ethylone

Neurocognitive impairment and driving performance after coronary artery bypass surgery

Rheumatoid arthritis impairs driving ability even in patients with a low disability index

Retrospective Analysis of Synthetic Cannabinoid Metabolites in Urine of Individuals Suspected of Driving Impaired

Prevalence of Gabapentin in Impaired Driving Cases in Washington State in 2003–2007

Topiramate-Positive Death-Investigation and Impaired-Driving Cases in Washington State

The Prevalence of Marijuana in Suspected Impaired Driving Cases in Washington State

ATTRITION IN A FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED OFFENDERS: WHO IS LOST?

DRIVING SAFETY IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT ASSESSED WITH ON-ROAD AND OFF-ROAD TESTS

Concentrations of AB-CHMINACA and AB-PINACA and Driving Behavior in Suspected Impaired Driving Cases

A-10Differential Simulator Driving Patterns among Community-Dwelling Healthy and Mildly Neurologically Impaired Adults during Driver Distraction Conditions

The Mirage of Impairing Drug Concentration Thresholds: A Rationale for Zero Tolerance Per Se Driving under the Influence of Drugs Laws

Clock Drawing as a Screen for Impaired Driving in Aging and Dementia: Is It Worth the Time?

Clock Drawing as a Screen for Impaired Driving in Aging and Dementia: Is It Worth the Time?

 

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A widely used legal and medical term to describe drivers of vehicles who are incapable of driving with safety to themselves and others, usually because their skill and judgment have been impaired by alcohol intoxication, other substances, or disease. Impaired driving is a cause of 10% to 30% or more of deaths and serious injuries in road traffic crashes, so it is a serious public health problem.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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