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Russian drivers will check for chronic alcoholism
Future drivers and those who want to return their rights after deprivation, they want to mandatory check for chronic alcoholism. They will be forced to take a test to determine a special marker in the blood — carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT).
According to Kommersant, when it is detected, the person will be sent to a narcological clinic. There he will be examined by a psychiatrist-narcologist or a medical commission. Also, you will additionally have to pass urine for analysis to determine the psychoactive substances in the body.
Experts do not exclude that, according to the results of medical tests, they can not only refuse to grant rights, but also send 15 days for using prohibited substances. In addition, there is a risk that the cost of medical certificates will increase.
The order of the Ministry of Health of Russia is registered with the Ministry of Justice. According to the agency, the initiative has been prepared to improve medical safety in the field of diagnostics of the use of prohibited substances.