ethanol test

ethanol test

a blood, urine, gastric, or breath test usually performed to evaluate alcohol-impaired drivers or those with alcohol overdose.

eth·a·nol test

(eth'ă-nol test)
Measurement of alcohol consumption in drivers who are determined to have acted in a manner suggesting impairment; may involve blood, urine, or breath testing.
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Milk stability to the ethanol test is of great importance for milk producers and dairy industries, especially in developing countries such as Brazil, Uruguay, Aigentina, Taiwan and Russia since it defines milk suitability for industrial processing --milk with reduced stability is considered unsuitable and is not collected by dairies.
Feeding level was positively correlated with milk stability to the ethanol test, total eating time, total rumination time and rumination while lying.
As expected, higher feeding level was followed by elevations in the stability of milk to the ethanol test in analysis.
To our knowledge, the present experiment is the first to relate behavioral parameters with milk stability to the ethanol test.
A solution containing 5% ethanol was administered to ethanol Test group A for seven days, and ethanol Test group B received 5% ethanol for seven days and then 10% ethanol for another seven days.
It is possible that this outlier may actually represent an individual whose blood ethanol was not reflective of premortem ethanol intake or that one of the illicit substances that the patient had taken somehow gave a false-positive blood ethanol test.
An ethanol test is performed on a discrete analyzer in the chemistry department.
Therefore, the results of a blood ethanol test from heart blood obtained postmortem should be interpreted with caution.
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