Arterial-venous blood alcohol concentration gradients

@article{Wilkinson1981ArterialvenousBA,
  title={Arterial-venous blood alcohol concentration gradients},
  author={Dr. Paul K. Wilkinson and Jay L. Rheingold},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics},
  year={1981},
  volume={9},
  pages={279-307}
}
Arterial and venous blood alcohol concentration (BAC)-time courses were completely defined in the peripheral circulations, both during and after the constant rate infusions of ethanol via the cephalic vein or hepatic artery in the dog. These BAC data were characterized by the following trends. (1) A much faster rise in the blood alcohol curve, as well as a higher peak BAC was found using the shorter infusion time. (2) During infusion, the alcohol concentration was higher in arterial or… CONTINUE READING

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