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NCJ Number: 30358 Find in a Library
Title: SIGNIFICANCE OF CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION FINDINGS IN BLOOD EXTRAVASATES
Journal: ARCHIV FUER KRIMINOLOGIE  Volume:156  Issue:3-4  Dated:(SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1975)  Pages:110-115
Author(s): G WEILER
Corporate Author: Georg-Roemhild
Verlag Fuer Polizeiliches
Fachschrifttum Georg
West Germany (Former)
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 6
Format: Article
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: CONCLUSIONS WHICH CAN BE DRAWN FROM THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ALCOHOL, CARBON MONOXIDE, AND SLEEP-INDUCING DRUGS IN THE EXTRAVASATES IN CASES OF POISONING.
Abstract: THE ANALYSIS ALSO CONSIDERS ALCOHOL TRACES IN THE BLOOD IN THE INTERCRANIAL REGION. --IN GERMAN
Index Term(s): Alcohol consumption analysis; Autopsy; Barbiturates; Blood/body fluid analysis; Drug testing; Forensic medicine; Germany; Poisons and poison analysis
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