||Interactive Effects of Carbon Monoxide and Alcohol on Driving Skills.
Rockwell, T. J. ;
Weir., F. W. ;
||Ohio State Univ., Research Foundation, Columbus.;Coordinating Research Council, Inc., New York.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
||OSURF-3332 ;APRAC-CAPM-9-69; CRC-APRAC-CAPM-9-69-3;
Motor vehicle operators ;
Driver performance measures ;
Carbon monoxide ;
Air pollution ;
Blood chemical analysis ;
Road tests ;
Performance tests ;
Reaction time ;
Blood alcohol levels ;
Air pollution effects(Humans) ;
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The objective of the study was to determine the combined effects of carbon monoxide and alcohol (ethanol) on driving performance in normal driving tasks, and to establish 'bench marks' of performance and equivalence levels for comparing carboxyhemoglobin (percent of hemoglobin combined with carbon monoxide) effects to corresponding blood alcohol effects on driving performance.