The use of marihuana, ethanol and other drugs among drivers killed in single-vehicle crashes.
C 37744 [electronic version only] /83 / IRRD 274956
Owens, S.M. McBay, A.J. & Cook, C.E.
Journal of Forensic Sciences, Vol. 28 (1983), No. 2 (April), p. 372-379, 20 ref.
|Samenvatting||Marihuana, ethanol, and other drugs are considered by many to be detrimental to the safe operation of motor vehicles. However, direct epidemiological evidence for this belief exists only for ethanol. The goal of this investigation was to determine the incidence of the psychoactive ingredient of marihuana, Delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), along with ethanol and other drugs in blood specimens from a carefully defined population of dead drivers. Although THC and other drugs were present in a small number of the blood specimens, the large number of specimens that had high blood ethanol concentrations indicated that alcohol is still the major drug affecting highway safety. (Author/publisher)|
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