Results 1 - 10 of 14 for ALCOHOL OR AMMONIA OR IODINE OR ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL OR LIDOCAINE OR WATER
  1. The breath alcohol test measures the amount of alcohol in the blood by testing exhaled air. The test is performed by blowing into a breath machine 15 minutes after alcohol consumption. The test determines how much alcohol it ...
  2. Alcohol use disorder is a chronic illness marked by alcohol consumption that interferes with physical or mental health, ... circulatory, and neurological problems. Pregnant women who drink alcohol in any amount may harm the fetus.
  3. Alcohol is considered a macronutrient in that it provides energy (about 7 calories per gram). The equivalent ...
  4. ... in modest amounts, may be born with fetal alcohol syndrome, which often consists of growth retardation, unusual ...
  5. ... is a chronic illness marked by dependence on alcohol consumption that interferes with physical or mental health, ... circulatory and neurological problems. Pregnant women who drink alcohol in any amount may harm the fetus.
  6. Excessive use of alcohol has a direct toxic effect on the heart muscle cells. The heart muscle becomes weakened and cannot pump blood ...
  7. ... the nerves that results from excessive drinking of alcohol. The damage may affect the autonomic nerves (those ...
  8. ... adequate sleep, and reducing or eliminating caffeine and alcohol are some of the changes most often recommended.
  9. ... such as Down syndrome, Aarskog syndrome or fetal alcohol syndrome.
  10. ... It may occur as a result of excessive alcohol ingestion. This is an acute condition which usually ...
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