MASON LADD; ROBERT B. GIBSON
The development and use of chemical tests to determine intoxication has been due in a large measure to the activity of the National Safety Council in its effort to control the vast number of traffic accidents which have been caused by drunken driving. Its interest in national safety has resulted in active work to seek out the causes of injury and death arising from motor vehicle accidents with a view of preventing them. In this age in which practically all members of American society operate motor vehicles it is inevitable that many accidents occur both on open highways, which present
LADD M, GIBSON RB. LEGAL-MEDICAL ASPECTS OF BLOOD TESTS TO DETERMINE INTOXICATION1. Ann Intern Med. 1943;18:564–579. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-18-4-564
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