DO NOT PRINT OUT! YOU MUST HANDWRITE THE QUESTIONS!! Toxicology Test Review- Write each question on your own piece of paper along with the answer. 1. A 110 pound woman was pulled over for DUI. A receipt was found in her car for 4 (8oz) Jack and Cokes. Each Jack and Coke has approximately one 2oz. shot of Jack Daniels (40%). What would her BAC be? 2. A man weighing 200 pounds was pulled over for suspicion of DUI. After failing the field sobriety tests he was breathalyzed. His BAC was 0.36. a. How many 12 oz cans of beer (5%) would he have had to consume? b. How many 2 oz shots of Jack Daniels (40%) would he have had to consume? c. How many hours would it take him to detox at the rate of .015BAC/hour? 3. Review your vocabulary. 4. When did forensic toxicology begin? 5. Who created the test to find arsenic in tissues? 6. Who is the father of forensic toxicology? 7. What are the top three most poisonous substances? 8. Are the answers to #7 natural or synthetic? 9. What are Mees lines? 10. What are the symptoms of arsenic poisoning? 11. What are the symptoms of cyanide poisoning? 12. What are the symptoms of carbon dioxide poisoning? 13. What are the three standardized field sobriety tests? (Include their abbreviations.) 14. What do the breathalyzers of today use? 15. What does BAC stand for? 16. What does blood alcohol content depend on? (Name at least three things.) 17. What does Henry’s Law pertain to? 18. What does it mean if your blood alcohol level is near .08 but not over? 19. What is proportional to the concentration of alcohol in blood? 20. What is the average rate of alcohol removal? 21. What is the equation to determine female BAC? 22. What is the equation to determine male BAC? 23. What is the legal limit? 24. What organ metabolizes alcohol? 25. What test is used to determine blood alcohol content? 26. What type of drug is alcohol? DO NOT PRINT OUT! YOU MUST HANDWRITE THE QUESTIONS!! 27. Why can you determine blood alcohol content from a person’s breath?
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