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breath test

Brit a chemical test of a driver's breath to determine the amount of alcohol he has consumed
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When asked for a breath test, the 41-year-old, from Elgin, refused and said officers had "no evidence and were victimising her".
Ammara Abubaker conducted the meeting and highlighted the salient features of the Urea Breath Test System.
If the technology is proven, the hope is that breath tests could be used in GP practices to decide if patients need to be referred for more tests.
He was fined 1,000 lei (PS190) but still faces charges of drink-driving and refusing a breath test.
Breath tests measure the in the They could be drivers, passengers, pedestrians, or those in other vehicles.
We retrospectively identified adult patients > 18 years who underwent a first-time [sup.13]C-urea breath test (C13-UBT) between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2015 in Clalit Health Services (CHS).
Q What happens if I fail a breath test? Am I entitled to see a solicitor?
Using this information, and identifying other biomarkers of infection, the researchers created a breath test for the disease.
Across England, 26.4 accidents per 1,000 involved at least one driver who failed a breath test.
Public safety spokesmen said they discovered breath test personnel should have deemed the test to be invalid because the calibration values were outside the acceptable tolerance range set by Massachusetts regulations.