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Question ID:
 381
Link Title:
 Alcohol and the Human Body
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Section:
 Pharmacology
SubPart:
 Absorption

This can occur quite rapidly, but there are factors such as if there is food in the stomach, or certain medical conditions that can affect the absorption rate.

Categories: General, Pharmacology
Question ID:
 394
Link Title:
 Alcohol and the Human Body
Link:
Section:
 Pharmacology
SubPart:
 Absorption

This is dependent upon body size, body composition and rate of absorption.

Categories: General, Pharmacology
Question ID:
 402
Link Title:
 Alcohol and the Human Body
Link:
Section:
 Pharmacology
SubPart:
 Absorption

Yes, it can affect the rate of absorption and therefore affect the rate of accumulation of alcohol in the blood.

Categories: General, Pharmacology
Question ID:
 404
Link Title:
 National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Link:
Section:
 General

Studies show that women may be more vulnerable to the effects of alcohol.

Categories: General, Pharmacology
Question ID:
 409
Link Title:
 Alcohol Metabolism
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Section:
 Pharmacology
SubPart:
 Elimination

It depends how much you drink and how well your body metabolizes the alcohol.  A general rule of thumb is that a healthy drinker reduces their alcohol concentration by about .015 BrAC per hour.

Categories: General, Pharmacology
Question ID:
 416
Link Title:
 Alcohol and the Human Body
Link:
Section:
 Pharmacology
SubPart:
 Elimination

Not to a degree that would be noticeable to the user.

Categories: General, Pharmacology

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