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The value of compulsory blood tests for alcohol on road crash casualties as a drunk driving countermeasure.
B 25014 (In: B 25001) /83/ IRRD 293037
Trinca, G.W.
In: Alcohol, accidents, and injuries : proceedings of the International Congress and Exposition, Detroit, Michigan, February 24-28, 1986, SAE Paper No. 860196, p. 95-100, 7 tab., 4 ref.

Samenvatting Compulsory blood estimation of the alcohol level (B.A.L.) in road crash casualties attending hospitals was introduced in Victoria in 1974. Male driver casualties with illegal B.A.L. outnumber female casualties 3 to 1. Blood tests have indicated the over-representation of young driver casualties and the (lays of the week and time of day where the percentage of driver casualties with an illegal B.A.L. is highest.
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