The Widmark Formula is used in the calculation of the amount of alcohol that would be found in the bloodstream after drinking. It was developed by Dr. John Widmark in the 1940s.
The Widmark Formula The formula is as follows: BAC = [Alcohol consumed in grams / (Body weight in grams x R)] X 100. The factors in this equation are defined as follows: R = Gender - a constant in this equation (.55 for females and .68 for males).
This calculator will help you determine how much alcohol you need to consume to reach a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of 0.05% or higher.
You can use this calculator to find out how many units of alcohol you would need to drink to achieve a BAC of 0.05%. It's also possible to enter other variables such as age, gender, height, etc.
Enter the number of standard drinks consumed per day (1 standard drink = 1 unit) and click "Calculate".
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