Difference In Ingredients For Alcohol Drugs With Alcoholic Drinks?
sorry, I want to ask whether the alcohol for drugs is the same as or different from the alcohol in drinks in terms of ingredients? thank you
Hello, Mr. Taufikalbahari. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. Alcohol used in the medical field has a relatively higher concentration than alcohol available in drinks that can be consumed. In addition, the type of alcohol used in the medical field is usually isopropyl alcohol, while what is commonly used in drinks that can be consumed is ethanol. For example, alcohol with a concentration of 70% is generally used as an antiseptic liquid that can be used to clean wounds or medical devices. This concentration is much higher than the alcohol concentration in drinks so alcohol used in the medical field should not be used for daily consumption because it risks causing life-threatening poisoning. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.