breath analyzer


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breath′ an`alyzer


n.
an instrument into which a sample of a motorist's breath is taken as a test for alcohol content.
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[ClickPress, Mon Sep 02 2019] Fact.MR has published a new research report on global breath analyzer market Sizes, Upcoming Industry Trends, Growth Opportunity through 2018-2028 to its online database that tries to unveil the various scenarios prevailing in the breathalyzer market .
(https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/325964.php) Now, researchers at the University of Michigan (UMich) at Ann Arbor developed a fully automated portable breath analyzer that can diagnose ARDS with an accuracy verging on 90 percent in around 30 minutes.
This comes a day after DGCA grounded an Air India Pilot for three-month as he was tested positive in a pre-flight breath analyzer test.
Lapez was apprehended for violation of The Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2003 (RA 10586) after failing the field sobriety test and alcohol breath analyzer test conducted by the police.
Police said they would not file drunk driving charges against the councilor in the absence of a breath analyzer. "Pero nangangamoy alcohol siya nang mangyari ang aksidente," Ines toldThe STAR.
Under the law, the LTO has the task of administering alcohol breath analyzer tests on motorists suspected to be driving under the influence of alcohol.
Spirosure's patent-protected fractional exhaled nitric oxide breath analyzer combines advanced materials with proprietary algorithms to provide high sensitivity in its ability to detect parts per billion (ppb) particle concentrations.
The Philips Sonicare Breath care system, featuring a connected breath analyzer, measures, tracks and helps patients address the impact of oral bacteria on breath quality, helping them improve their breath and oral care habits.
A breathalyzer (breath analyzer) is a device for estimating blood alcohol content (BAC) from a breath sample.
The officers will conduct breath analyzer tests to check blood-alcohol content and drug tests at all sobriety checkpoints in the city on New Year's eve.
The driver claimed that he had not been drinking alcohol, adding that the high breath analyzer readings were due to medicines he had been taking.