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Breathalyser

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™ a device for estimating the amount of alcohol in the breath: used in testing people suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol
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Self Breathalyzer meets the strict accuracy standards of the Food and Drug Administration, as well as MHF and NF laboratories, he adds.
CDOT is partnering with BACtrack, a leading personal breathalyzer company, to launch the campaign statewide.
This could restrict development and growth of the overall alcohol breathalyzer and drugs testing equipment market.
Pravesh managed to call the police control room ( PCR) immediately and contacted the traffic police team that the car had eluded to avoid the breathalyzer test.
The restricted BAC distributional analysis shows that black and white motorists are administered breathalyzers with the same frequency for every BAC level within the restricted band, which is relatively robust evidence that our finding of no racial bias toward black motorists is not subject to the infra-marginality problem.
So the school started giving breathalyzer tests to every student before school dances.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spent $600,000 to buy Breathalyzer machines to replace 100 others that could be ailing due to the Y2K bug.
Police agencies use these as reference standards to calibrate their breathalyzers.
Ronny Priefer, professor of medical chemistry at Western New England University in Springfield, Mass said that Breathalyzers are a growing field of study because of their potential to have a significant positive impact on patients' quality of life and compliance with diabetes monitoring.
Auto Trim Design of Amarillo is an authorized distributor of Smart Start interlock breathalyzers.
The technology just gets cheaper and cheaper," says Michael Barnes, a trustee of California's Albany Unified School District, which has used breathalyzers for three years at its high school.
Alcohol impaired driving is enforced with sophisticated breathalyzers that collect evidence of impairment and criminal charges have a high likelihood of resulting in conviction.