intoximeter

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intoximeter

(ɪnˈtɒksɪˌmiːtə)
n
a device that measures the level of intoxication of a person, esp a person suspected of driving while drunk, by analysing his or her breath
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KGaA, Abbot Laboratories, Lifeloc Technologies, AlcoPro Inc., Alcohol Countermeasure Systems (International) Inc., Honeywell International Inc., Giner Labs, Intoximeters Inc., and Asahi Kasei Corporation.
The report includes devices manufactured by CMI, Drager, Intoximeters, and Lifeloc.
Breath Analysis: Alco-Sensor breath alcohol analyzer (Intoximeters, Incorporated) was used to measure the blood alcohol concentration.
BAC was measured using breath test (model ALCO-SENSOR IV [TM], Intoximeters Inc, Devon, UK) and substance use (cannabis, cocaine and benzodiazepines) through saliva test (QuantisalTM, Immunalysis Corporation, Pomona, CA, USA), analyzed by ELISA.
El control de la abstinencia se realizo mediante test toxicologico urinario de 6 Drogas (Cocaina, Anfetaminas, Metanfetaminas, Cannabis, Opiaceos, y Benzodiacepinas) con Prueba Rapida de Deteccion Instant-View (Alfa Scientific Designs, Inc, Cal) y deteccion de alcohol en aliento con alcoholimetro Alcosensor FST IV (Intoximeters, St.
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Each research team employed a hand-held breath-testing device (Alco-Sensor IV, manufactured by Intoximeters, Inc.) to collect breath samples.
One vendor alone, Missouri-based Intoximeters, says it has sold some 2,000 machines to U.S.