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How Smoking Can Affect Your Breathalyzer Test Results

By Lawrence Taylor

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I have mentioned that a primary problem with blood alcohol analysis is that no two individuals are alike in their physiology and metabolism of alcohol (see, for example, Convicting the Average Person, Racial Differences in the Metabolism of Alcohol and High Blood Alcohol - or a Zinc Deficiency?. Further, many foreign compounds can influence attempts to measure blood alcohol levels (see, for example, Under the Influence of Gasoline?,  Asthma Inhalers Can Cause High Breathalyzer Results and Driving Under the Influence of Paint?. One of many other factors that render attempts to estimate an individual’s blood alcohol concentration at a given point in time is smoking. A scientific study has found that cigarette smoking can influence absorption by the body of alcohol and thus, among other things, attempts to estimate earlier blood alcohol levels when driving based upon tested levels...continue to full post

Full post as published by DUI Blog on August 15, 2009 (boomark / email).

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