Urine as a Biological Specimen for Forensic Analysis of Alcohol and Variability in the Urine-to-Blood Relationship

@article{Jones2006UrineAA,
  title={Urine as a Biological Specimen for Forensic Analysis of Alcohol and Variability in the Urine-to-Blood Relationship},
  author={A. Jones},
  journal={Toxicological Reviews},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={15-35}
}
  • A. Jones
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Toxicological Reviews
  • This article concerns the use of urine as a biological specimen for determination of alcohol in clinical and forensic toxicology and discusses factors that might influence variability in the urine/blood concentration ratio of alcohol. A large number of human drinking experiments were conducted to determine the time course of urine-alcohol concentrations (UAC) in relation to blood-alcohol concentrations (BAC). The UAC and BAC curves were shifted in time and the BAC curve always began to decrease… CONTINUE READING
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