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Alcohol Effects in Nonalcoholic Adults

Blood Alcohol Chart
Blood Ethanol (Alcohol) Concentration (mg/dL) Impairment
20-50 Impaired fine motor function
50-10 Impaired judgment and coordination
100-150 Difficulty walking and balance
150-200 Lethargy
300 Coma
400 Respiratory depression
500 Potential Death
These are estimates. The doctor may modify depending on the individual.

Reference: Birnbaumer, Bessen. Alcohols and Glycols. In: Rosen et al, eds. Emergency Medicine - Concepts and Clinical Practice, 3rd ed. St. Louis: Mosby; 1990:2520.

Consumer e-Tools are not intended to provide professional advice or recommend particular products. Physicians and healthcare professionals should exercise their own clinical judgment when assessing the results of our tools or calculators. Consumers should consult a doctor for advice when assessing the results.

Avrom Simon, MD; Board Certified Preventative Medicine with Subspecialty in Occupational Medicine

REFERENCE:

"Calculator: Blood ethanol concentration estimation"
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Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 1/26/2016
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