Breathalyser

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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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The Cannabix marijuana breathalyzer is a cutting edge, non-invasive drug impairment recognition system.
Because of this finding and the fact that breathalyzers must be used 15 minutes after the final drink of alcohol, Pepino pointed out that breathalyzers may not be a reliable way to get accurate alcohol levels from those who have had sleeve or RYGB surgery.
Self Breathalyzer meets the strict accuracy standards of the Food and Drug Administration, as well as MHF and NF laboratories, he adds.
We are excited to join BACtrack for a first-of-its-kind partnership between a state department of transportation and a breathalyzer company to offer discounts on personal breathalyzers, especially as we head toward Labor Day weekend.
They were then instructed to blow into the breathalyzer test both pre- and post-smoking marijuana.
Increasing cases of alcohol and drugs abuse are a major factor driving the growth of the global alcohol breathalyzer and drugs testing equipment market.
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.
For a direct test of a modified version of KPT's mixed-strategy model, we apply a find-rate test to a band of breathalyzer outcomes restricted by lower and upper bounds.
BACtrack, a provider of personal and professional-grade breathalysers, revealed on Tuesday that its Mobile Breathalyzer is compatible with Android devices for the first time with the introduction of its new app for Android 4.
Instead of instructing us to breathe deeply and say "ah," future doctors may simply have us exhale into diagnostic breathalyzers.
All motorists in France will be required to have the disposable Breathalyzer kit in their car for use for a self-check to show that they are not driving over the limit after drinking alcohol.
Judge John O'Neill told Mansfield his breathalyzer reading "was low but not low enough.