Clinical Trial

Calibration Study of a Blood Alcohol Level Smart Watch

Study Description

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.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

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.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Calibration Study of a Wearable Noninvasive Blood Alcohol Monitor

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03574181

ParticipAid ID

av2q5a