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DUI Science: a list of studies related to DUI/OVI

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DUI Science: a list of studies related to DUI/OVI

Alobaid, TA. Hill DW. Payne JP. “Significance of variations in blood: breath partition coefficient or alcohol.” British Medical Journal. 2(6050), 1976 Dec 18: 1479-81.

ASTM E 177-90a, “1999 Annual Book of ASTM Standards: Section 14 General Methods and Instrumentation”, Standard Practice for the Use of the Terms Precision and Bias in

ASTM Test Methods, ASTM, West Conshohocken, PA, 1999, pp.39-50. Reference Target Vapor Mean Solution Concentration Intoxilizer SD RSD g/ l 00ml g/210L Response g/210L 0.025 0.020 0.020 0.001 6.2%  .139 0.110 0.117 0.004 3.3% 0.254 0.210 0.212 0.005 2.4% 0.369 0.305 0.303 0.008 2.6% 0.486 0.400 0.397 0.019 4.7% Breath Alcohol Cone. 210L) 0.050 Reference Solution Target Value fig/100mQ 0.0605 Reference Solution Allowed range (g/ l 00mL) 0.0586 to 0.0623 0.080 0.0968 0.0938 to 0.0997 0.200 0.2420 0.2347 to 0.2492 Conclusions

Caldwell, J. P. and Kim, N. D., “The Response of the Intoxilyzer 5000 to Five Potential Interfering Substances,” Journal of Forensic Sciences, Vol. 42, No. 6, 1997: 1080-1087.

CMI Operator’s Manual, Intoxilyzer 5000 Alcohol Breath Analysis Instrument, CMI/MPH, Owensboro, KY 1989.

Cole-Harding S. Wilson JR. “Ethanol metabolism in men and women.” Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 48(4), 1987 Jul.:380-7.

Cowan JM Jr. McCutcheon Jr. Weathermon A. Institution Crime Laboratory Division, Texas Department of Public Safety, Tyler. “The response of the Intoxilyzer 4011AS-A to a

number of possible interfering substances.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 35(4), 1990 Jul.: 797-812.

Dubowski KM. “Evaluation of commercial breath-alcohol simulators:further studies. Journal of Analytical Toxicology.” 15(5), 1991 Sep-Oct.: 272-5. Dubowski KM. “Quality assurance in breath-alcohol analysis.” Journal of Analytical Toxiology. 18(6), 1994 Oct.: 306-11.

Dubowski, K.M. “Studies in breath alcohol analysis: Biological factors” Z. Rechtsmed. 76, 1975: 93-117

Dubowski, KM. “Absorption, distribution and elimination of alcohol: highway safety aspects.”

Journal of Studies on Alcohol – Supplement. 10, 1985 Jul.: 98-108.

Fox GR. Hayward JS. “Effect of hypothermia on breath-alcohol analysis.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 32(2), 1987 Mar.:320-5.

Fox GR. Hayward YS. “Effect of hyperthermia on breath-alcohol analysis. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 34(4), 1989 Jul.:836-41.

Goldberger, BA. Caplan YH Zettl JR. “A long-term field experience with breath ethanol collection employing silica gel.” Journal ofAnalytical Toxicology. 10(5), 1986 Sep. Oct.: 194-7.

Goldberger, BA. Caplan YH. “In vitro accuracy and precision studies comparing direct and delayed analysis of the ethanol content of vapor.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 32(1), 1987 Jan.:48-54.

Gullberg RG. “Differences between roadside and subsequent evidential breath alcohol results and the forensic significance.” Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 52(4), 1991 Jul.: 311-7.

Gullberg RG. McElroy AJ. “Comparing roadside with subsequent breath alcohol analyses and their relevance to the issue of retrograde extrapolation.” 57(2), 1992 Dec.: 193-201.

Gullberg RG.; “Applying a data acquisition system to the analysis of breath alcohol profiles.” Journal – Forensic Science Society. 29(6), 1989 Nov-Dec.: 397-405.

Hlastala MP. ” The alcohol breath test …. a review” JApp Physiol. V84 n2 Feb 1998: 401-8. Jones, A.W. “Quantitative measurements of the alcohol concentration and the temperature of

breath during a prolonged exhalation” Acta Physiologica Scandinavica. 114, 1982: 407-12

Jones, AW. “Determination of liquid/air partition coefficients for dilute solutions of ethanol in

water, whole blood, and plasma” Journal of Analytical Toxicology. 7(4), 1983 jul- Aug.:193-7.

Jones, AW. Beylich KM, Bjorneboe A. Ingum J. Morland J. “Measuring ethanol in blood and breath for legal purposes: variability between laboratories and between breath-test instruments.” Clinical Chemistry. 38(5), 1992 May: 743-7.

Labianca D.A. and Simpson G., Medicolegal Alcohol Determination: Variability of the Blood- to Breath-Alcohol Ratio and Its Effect on Reported Breath-Alcohol Concentrations, Eur. J. Clin. Chem. Clin. Biochem., Vol. 33, 1995: 919-925.

Logan B.K., Gullberg R.G and Elenbaas J.K, “Isopropanol interference with breath alcohol analysis: a case report.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 39(4), 1994 Jul.: 1107-11,

Martin, E. Moll W. Schmid P. Dettli L. “The pharmacokinetics of alcohol in human breath, venous and arterial blood after oral ingestion.” European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 26(5), 1984: 619-26.

Memari B., Variables Affecting the Analytical Precision and Accuracy of the Intoxilizer 5000, M.S. in Chemistry Thesis, Florida International University, 1999.

Moore R., Journal of Analytical Toxicology, Vol. 15, 1991:346-347.

Ohlsson J. Ralph DD. Mandelkon MA. Babb AL. Mastala MP. “Institution Department of Physiology, University of Washington, Seattle 98195.; Accurate measurement of blood alcohol concentration with isothermal rebreathing.” Journal of Studies of Alcohol. 51(1), 1990 Jan.; 6-13.

Rogers J. Smith J. Sraemer GA, Whitfield JB. Department of Dietetics, Royal Prince alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia. “Differing effects of carbohydrate, fat and protein on the rate of ethanol metabolism.” Alcohol & Alcoholism. 22(4), 1987.: 345-53.

Russell JC. Jones RL. “Breath ethyl alcohol concentration and analysis in the presence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.” Clinical Biochemistry. 16(3), 1983 Jun.; 182-7.

Simpson, G., “Accuracy and Precision of Breath Alcohol Measurments for Subjects in the Absorptive State,” Clin. Chem.,33l6, 1987: 753-756 and Simpson G. “Accuracy and precision of breath-alcohol measurements for a random subject in the postabsorptive state” Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 33(2), 1987: 261-68

Skoog D.A., West D.M. and Holler F.J. “Analytical Chemistry: An Introduction”, Chapter 5: Evaluation of Analytical Data, Saunders College Publishing, Philadelphia, 1994, pp.78- 95.

Thompson, RQ., “The Thermodynamics of Drunk Driving” J. Chem. Educ., 74,1997:532-536.

Watkins, RL. Adler EV. “Institution Phoenix Crime Detection Laboratory, AZ. The effect of food on alcohol absorption and elimination patterns.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 38(2), 1993 Mar:285-91.

Winek, CL. Esposito FM. “Blood Alcohol concentrations: factors affecting predictions.” Legal Medicine. 1985: 34-61.

Winek, CL. Murphy KL. “The rate and kinetic order of ethanol elimination. Forensic Science International.” 25(3), 1984 Jul.: 159-66.

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