No it is not , the normal blood alcohol concentration is 0.000000
Less than .01%.
Azithromycin is an antibiotic and does not have an impairment factor to your nervous system. Alcohol alone will impair you as normal, but will not change the effects of azithromycin.
spotting is normal for many females. there could be a variety of reasons.. if it doesnt continue i wouldnt worry about it
There is no everclear in beer. Alcohol content of beer is measured as ABV or Alcohol By Volume. The ABV in normal beers can vary from about 3.2% to 5%, but some beers can be as high as 15%. There would be about half an ounce of alcohol in a normal beer. A typical shot is considered 1 ounce, so there would be an alcohol equivalent of about half a shot of everclear.
It takes approximately twenty-four to forty-eight hours for elevated liver enzymes to return to normal after cessation of alcohol consumption. For smaller individuals, it can take even longer.
The normal concentration of copper in plants is 3-10 ppm.
yes because it doesnt blaot you as much as normal high alcohol beer eg. castle lite vs castle
Under normal, non-lab conditions, alcohol can't rise above about 96% because otherwise it self-dillutes by absorbing moisture from the atmosphere.
Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) drops at a rate of about .015 of ABC per hour. In a normal body it stays in your system for about 24 to 30 hours.
It does not normally exceed 0.2 Mmol/L. So i d say it is less than 0.2 mMol/L
Water. It's an "ultra filtrate" of plasma - and thus (normally) has a much lower concentration of proteins, sugar, and salts than plasma.
The normal concentration of sodium in the blood plasma is 136-145 mM
Normal concentration is the ratio between molar concentration and an equivalence factor.
Normal saline has a sodium chloride concentration of 9 g/L.
Its like normal alcohol it disinfects
kidney filters and maintain a normal concentration in cells toxics are wasted out as urine