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BELBlood Ethanol Level (alcohol content)
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BELBrain Embodiment Lab (UK)
BELBulk Excavation Level (civil engineering)
BELBelem, Para, Brazil - Val De Cans (Airport Code)
BELLicentiate in Bioethics (Roman Catholic degree)
BELBrown Electronic Lab
BELBasic Equipment List
BELBasic Expedition Leader (outdoor education)
BELBureau d'Etude et de Liaison (French: Office of Study and Association; est. 1959)
BELBachelor of English Literature
BELBusiness Element List
BELBMC3 Engineering Lab
BELBuchanan Environmental Ltd (Fredericton, NB, Canada)
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W's altered mental status, blood ethanol level and urine drug screens are obtained and found to be negative.
Queen and colleagues (1993) found a reduction in mGluR function in the hippocampus of adult offspring from rats exposed to ethanol during pregnancy (at a blood ethanol level of 0.08 g/dl).
As a class demonstration, we inject into a gas chromatograph one uL to two uL of mock vitreous humor containing real ethanol and have students use this value as the true blood ethanol level at time of death.
The role of fluoxetine in the deaths, therefore, is uncertain.[4,7] In another case, a 28-year-old female patient was found dead after apparently ingesting fluoxetine and ethanol[5]; the heart blood ethanol level was 48 mmol/L and the fluoxetine and norfluoxetine levels were 800 ng/mL and 650 ng/mL, respectively.
An autopsy revealed a blood ethanol level of 0.19 g/dL.
Although the blood ethanol level was not measured in our patient, in view of the temporal relationship between the ethanol injection and asystole, the most likely cause of asystole in this patient appears to be a direct depressant effect of ethanol on the sinus node.
Differential dietary ethanol intake and blood ethanol levels in adolescent and adult rats: Effects on anxiety-like behavior and seizure thresholds.
Effect of Carvacrol on Body Weight and Blood Ethanol Levels. 4 weeks after ethanol diet, mice exhibited significantly decreased body weights compared with the saline group (P < 0.05).
Previous studies have demonstrated that ethanol intake by pregnant females results in the elevation of blood ethanol levels 150 to 190 mg/dl and a parallel decrease in the body weight throughout gestation and immediately following parturition as compared with ad libitum-fed control dams.
In patients with sufficient blood ethanol levels, pulmonary and renal clearance become the major clearance pathway for methanol elimination.
Among the recommendations were unannounced sobriety checkpoints, administrative revocation laws (by police, on the spot, without benefit of a defense attorney) and lower blood ethanol levels. In addition to MADD, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was a source for the figures quoted.