Crash Risk Rises Even At An Acceptable Level Of Alcohol In The Blood.
Drinking even a unmarried mirror of beer or wine can muster blood-alcohol concentrations enough to augment the chances of being soberly injured or sinking in a crash for those who choose to get behind the wheel, a strange study suggests wheretobuyrx.com. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego found that having a blood-alcohol concentration of just 0,01 percent - much farther down than the forensic curb in the United States of 0,08 percent - increased the chances of being in a consequential crash.
In the study, published online June 20 in the dossier Addiction, researchers analyzed nationalist matter on fatal car accidents in the United States between 1994 and 2008. No mass of booze seemed to be safe for driving, according to the study antehealth. Even with scarcely detectable amounts of spirits in a driver's blood, there were 4,33 genuine injuries for every non-serious injury versus 3,17 weighty injuries for sober drivers, the investigators found.