alcohol profile

alcohol profile

A screening test to detect the various alcohols—methyl, ethyl, isopropyl, and acetone—which are most often found in the blood of a person suspected of alcohol intoxication.

alcohol profile

Lab medicine A screening test for identifying alcohols–methyl, ethyl, isopropyl, and acetone-in blood Specimen Blood in gray top tube Lowest detectable value Acetone 5 mg/dL; ethanol 10 mg/dL; isopropanol 5 mg/dL; methanol 5 mg/dL. See Alcohol.
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The figures were revealed in the latest Local Alcohol Profile for England published by North West Public Health Observatory.
Those with alcohol problems are identified from the Personal Alcohol Profile (PAP) and referrals are prescribed to treat more serious problems.
These findings were as follows for Personal Alcohol Profile (PAP) scores:
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The Local Alcohol Profiles data is from 2010 to 2012 and refers to those under 75.
The Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE 2012) study also showed Liverpool in the bottom five for alcohol-related deaths.
The new local alcohol profiles, released last week, show Coventry has a significant problem with alcohol.
Latest information from the Local Alcohol Profiles for England showed that in the region there were 2596.
They have more than doubled since 2002/03 and risen 9% in the last year alone, data published today by Local Alcohol Profiles for England shows.
The study, called Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE 2011), also showed Liverpool topped several other categories, including people admitted to hospital due to conditions "only" caused by alcohol, such as liver disease.
These are among the shocking facts revealed by the North West Public Health Observatory's latest Local Alcohol Profiles for 2012.
They have more than doubled since 2002/03 and risen nine per cent in the last year alone, data published today by Local Alcohol Profiles for England shows.

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