The sample was pooled serum or plasma frozen within 30 min of collection from multiple patients in a clinical trial involving ethanol ingestion, with blood alcohol concentrations
in the individual samples ranging from 21.
Dr Richard Lewis, Welsh secretary of the BMA, said, 'The BMA believes that a further reduction in blood alcohol concentration
levels will prevent deaths and reduce the number of lives ruined by drinking drivers.
In fatal crashes in 2007, a higher percentage of motorcycle riders (27 percent) had a blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) of .
Drunk driving fatalities, that is fatalities involving a driver or motorcycle operator with a blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) level of .
According to toxicology testing by the city coroner, Dunn's blood alcohol concentration
Breath tests showed she had a blood alcohol concentration
The board of directors of the National Association of Beverage Retailers (NABR) passed a resolution opposing the passage of state or federal laws which change the definition of drunk driving by lowering prohibited blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) levels from 0.
The Century Council unveiled an interactive program to better educate adults about how alcohol consumption affects an individual's Blood Alcohol Concentration
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in December 2007, 802 people were killed in crashes that involved a hard core drunk driver or motorcycle rider (operator) with a blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) of .
SOBR detects the ethanol alcohol level of the operator and does not allow the vehicle or equipment to start if the Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC) is above a preset limit.
The site's Blood Alcohol Educator (BAE) helps educate the public about Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC) levels and how alcohol affects you as an individual.
An increase of blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) of 0.
The study conducted in the North West of England used measures of blood alcohol concentration
, self-assessed and observer-assessed drunkenness to confirm that binge drinking is prevalent.
In 2003, 53 percent of all highway fatalities at Halloween were alcohol-related -- and 45 percent of the total fatalities involved a drunk driver with a blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) level of 0.
The OC Register article claims that at least 20 people appear to have been unjustly accused of driving with a blood alcohol concentration