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Medicolegal Alcohol Determination: Variability of the Blood- to Breath-Alcohol Ratio and Its Effect on Reported Breath-Alcohol Concentrations
Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine
There is substantial agreement among scientists that the variability of a person's blood-to breathalcohol ratio contributes significantly to the experimental error in results from breath-alcohol analysis. Some have argued that the need to correct for this source of error can be eliminated by reporting breath test results in units of breath-alcohol concentration rather than blood-alcohol concentration. A simple mathematical proof is presented to demonstrate that this is not the case. Moreover,doi:10.1515/cclm.1922.214.171.1249 fatcat:xhssu7l6ibat5cd6vwr65wilva