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Breath Alcohol NON-DOT: Confirmation Included. Specimen Type: Breath Alcohol
Breath alcohol testing (also known at BAT) is a common test used to determine if someone has consumed alcohol. This is often what police officers use during roadside alcohol screening checks and is a common test used within the Department of Transportation (DOT). We use DOT-approved devices and can assure the reading is reliable and accurate based on the circumstances we can control.
There are many advantages we offer when you test with us. This test is done by using a device, called a breathalyzer, that a person blows into through a disposable mouthpiece. We offer breath tests for homes and workplaces, and we can also perform these tests on the spot for you – just give us a call and we will deploy our mobile team. Further advantages of this process include:
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What is PEth Test?
Phosphatidylethanol (PEth) is a chemical compound that is found in the blood of people who drink alcohol. The detection of phosphatidylethanol (PEth) is the blood is the basis of PEth testing that provides information about alcohol use. This is a new testing technique that is becoming increasing popular.
Prescription drug abuse implies taking prescription medication was not given to you by the doctor, or taking your prescription medication in a manner that differs from the instructions. While taking prescription medication is not perceived as equivalent to taking illegal street drugs, the consequences can be equally harsh.
What Does A Breathalyzer Determine?
The breathalyzer device will pick up someone’s breath alcohol level (and indirectly estimate someone’s blood alcohol level) by analyzing the breath someone blows into the device.
When you drink alcohol, there are small molecules within it that quickly enter your body, and thus your bloodstream. These molecules are so small, it doesn’t take long for them to travel all over your body and make their way into your organs (in equal amounts) – including your lungs. This is why when you exhale from your lungs into a breathalyzer, it will pick up if you’ve been drinking or not.
For the exact reading on how much alcohol is in your blood, you need a blood alcohol test. But,a breath test for alcohol offers many advantages.
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