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Calibration Study of a Blood Alcohol Level Smart Watch

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Calibration Study of a Blood Alcohol Level Smart Watch

This trial is designed to test the accuracy of a wristwatch blood alcohol level monitor relative to alcohol breath testing. An established human laboratory self-administration procedure will be followed. Each subject will complete 2 clinic visits over a period of up to 21 days of participation. Study participation is comprised of a baseline assessment to determine eligibility and an alcohol self-administration trial to test the accuracy of the wrist watch blood alcohol level. Subjects will be recruited in two phases of 9 subjects each. The first phase will be conducted to validate a prototype of the wrist watch. The second phase will be conducted to validate a pre-production consumer model of the blood alcohol wrist watch.

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Smart watch to measure Blood Alcohol Level

Subjects will wear a wrist watch that measures blood alcohol level during a 1 hour period of consuming alcohol followed by a 5 hour observation period.

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Calibration Study of a Wearable Noninvasive Blood Alcohol Monitor

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NCT03574181

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