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Table of dependence of time to determine the presence of alcohol vapors in exhaled air from the amount and type of drink consumed

Table of dependence of the time to determine the presence of alcohol vapors in exhaled air on the amount and type of drink consumed.

I - type of drink; II - the amount in milliliters (or simply in grams);

III - the time during which vapors of alcohol can be detected in exhaled air (in hours)

    I ………………… ... II ………… ...   ........ III

      I ……………….… II …………     …… ..… III

Vodka ……. ………… 50 ………… .. …… 1.0-1.5

Port .......... 200 ... ... ... ... ... .... 3.0-3.5

Vodka .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3.0-3.5

Port ............ 300 ............. ... ... .. .. 3.5-4.0

Vodka …………… ..200 ……………… .6, 5-7,0

Port ............. 400 ................ 4.5-5.0

Vodka .............. ... ..250 .......... ......... 8.0-9.0

Beer :

Vodka ............ ........ .500 ................... ... 15.0-18.0

3.4 degrees .. …… .500 …………      ... not determined

Cognac ...          …...100 ………     . …… 3.5-4.0

6.0 degrees .. …… .500 ………….…       ... 20-45 min.

Reagents of currently used tubes are not strictly specific indicators of ethanol and can give a positive reaction in the following cases:

  • with diseases of the oral cavity (caries, stomatitis, etc.);

  • in diseases of the upper respiratory tract (tonsillitis, laryngitis, etc.);

  • in the use of alcohol-containing drugs (valerian, motherwort, etc.);

  • when drinking kvass,

  • the use of fluoride toothpaste.

  • others.