intoxiclock® Pro is a software tool used to dynamically and visually demonstrate how a person’s weight, gender and drinking pattern affect his or her level of intoxication with increasing amounts of alcohol consumption. It also shows the time it takes the body to metabolize alcohol back to zero BAC (blood alcohol concentration).
People may underestimate the amount of alcohol it takes to push their BAC over the legal limit and the amount of time it takes their body to metabolize alcohol back to zero BAC. As a result, those who have been drinking may think they are OK to drive, and find out too late they should have found an alternate ride home.
intoxiclock Pro allows you to build a drinking scenario based on a person's gender, weight, drinking start time, the number and types of drinks consumed, and the time it takes to consume those drinks. Based on that input, intoxiclock Pro calculates and displays BAC and a real-time digital countdown of just how much time it takes to return to a BAC of 0.0. You can dynamically add drinks to an active drinking scenario and see the immediate effect on BAC and time to zero. The intoxiclock Pro Software comes standard with a digital user guide and instructional materials to guide program delivery and use.
NEW Features of intoxiclock® Pro:
- Information displayed in English or Spanish, with other languages to follow
- Use with PC and Mac
- Works with a touchscreen monitor (not included)
- Graphically displays a running tally of the number of drinks and servings of alcohol in those drinks as you build a drinking scenario
- Select from an illustrated menu of wines, spirits, and beers in a variety of portion sizes to build your drinking scenario
- A BAC graph shows a participant's calculated BAC and corresponding Fatal Vision® Goggles that will simulate the level of impairment
- Emojis illustrate the effects of BAC levels on a person's emotions and physical abilities
The intoxiclock® is one of the biggest eye openers I’ve seen. People don’t understand the amount of time it takes alcohol to leave their system. Amanda Wellendorf
Guilford County DWI Task Force