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Breathalyser

a device for estimating the amount of alcohol in the breath: used in testing people suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. See DRINK DRIVING.
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Another finding showed that breathalyzer values compared to those measured by gas chromatography, which Pepino calls the "gold-standard" technique, underestimated blood alcohol by 27 percent.
Self Breathalyzer is a single-use, disposable breathalyzer that eliminates any risk of contamination between usages," says Russ Quick, Self Breathalyzer's founder and director of sales for North America and India.
CDOT is also working with BACtrack this summer to determine if smartphone breathalyzers help those with a previous DUI conviction avoid a second offense.
While a breathalyzer is not common in smartphones, it is a common feature in fitness devices.
com)-- The latest market report published by Persistence Market Research is titled 'Global Market Study on Alcohol Breathalyzer and Drug Testing Equipment: Increasing demand for personal Portable Alcohol Breathalyzer to drive the market during the forecast period'.
said it has announced US pricing and availability for Floome, a portable smartphone breathalyzer that keeps users in check while they are out having fun.
Pravesh claimed the car driver, identified as Dalbir, sped away without stopping at the spot where the traffic police team was carrying out breathalyzer test.
The advantage of the lower bound BAC restriction is that most breathalyzers administered for undocumented auxiliary reasons should fall below the lower bound.
Brian Eddy, CEO of Q3 Innovations, the makers of several alcohol screeners, says more schools are using breathalyzers to deter students from drinking.
Although several companies are working to develop marijuana breathalyzers, testing a persons breath for marijuana-derived compounds is far more complicated than testing for alcohol.