Originally Posted by dustyhawkz5684
alright,srry for the confusion dr bill,saturday evening i drank 9 beers or there about from 9 pm to 12 or so,got a ride home and slept it off,then went to my cousins house for a christmas party the next day around 4 o clock and had 2 beers before i left at 6 o clock then was clean until tuesday at 2pm which is when i had the test
First, EtG is created as a result of alcohol metabolism which means it is related to amount consumed. EtG is being created so long as there is alcohol in your system. In your case, from midnight Saturday until about 9-10 am Sunday morning.
Between your last drink Saturday and the test there is 62 hours. From that is subtracted 10 hours to reach BAC=0. That leaves 52 hours. The Sunday beer would cause a spike but should have been eliminated prior to the test. Your main concern is the 9 drinks the previous night.
I use the maximum clearance times in my calculations which would require 60-78 hours for clearance. Any amount of consumption resulting in a BAC .08 or above is poorly defined in the literature
While the foregoing would indicate that you would still have EtG in your system at 52 hours (62 from last drink), the range of clearance times is from 30-90 hours. So you have a chance of passing....but you are in time range where you could fail. Water and frequent urination is in your favor as EtG being water soluble is particularly vulnerable to dilution. Not familiar with detox products specific effects.
Wish I could provide more definitive information but it's simply not available. Please let us know the results.