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[Possibilities of quality assurance (accuracy, precision) in forensic blood alcohol determination in compliance with the reduced safety increase of 0.1 g promille].
Blutalkohol. 1991 Mar; 28(2):108-14.B

Abstract

A lowering of thresholds in blood alcohol determination can be realized by critical reflection on efficiency of the techniques of measurement including calibration and internal and external quality control. A threshold value can be controlled by a technique of measurement if the prognosis interval of this technique is equal or smaller than the control interval. From date 1/7/1990 we measure blood probes like described. Blood measurement before this date must be proofed for accuracy. In cases of non compliance the old threshold value should be used.

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Institut für Rechtsmedizin, Universität Bonn.No affiliation info available

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English Abstract
Journal Article

Language

ger

PubMed ID

2043335

Citation

Brzezinka, H, and U Heifer. "[Possibilities of Quality Assurance (accuracy, Precision) in Forensic Blood Alcohol Determination in Compliance With the Reduced Safety Increase of 0.1 G Promille]." Blutalkohol, vol. 28, no. 2, 1991, pp. 108-14.
Brzezinka H, Heifer U. [Possibilities of quality assurance (accuracy, precision) in forensic blood alcohol determination in compliance with the reduced safety increase of 0.1 g promille]. Blutalkohol. 1991;28(2):108-14.
Brzezinka, H., & Heifer, U. (1991). [Possibilities of quality assurance (accuracy, precision) in forensic blood alcohol determination in compliance with the reduced safety increase of 0.1 g promille]. Blutalkohol, 28(2), 108-14.
Brzezinka H, Heifer U. [Possibilities of Quality Assurance (accuracy, Precision) in Forensic Blood Alcohol Determination in Compliance With the Reduced Safety Increase of 0.1 G Promille]. Blutalkohol. 1991;28(2):108-14. PubMed PMID: 2043335.
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