DUI Pro Blood v1

DUI Pro v1 is still operational but has been superceded by DUI Pro v2.

Existing users that register on the new DUI Pro v2 platform receive an automatic, full subscription to the remaining period of their v1 subscription. Please register using the email address associated with the Paypal account used for billing. The free subscription is immediately applied. Need help? Contact Us

Try DUI Pro v2

New Features in DUI Pro v2
Dynamic Charting
Dynamic Charting

Chart visualization is immediately reactive to changes in parameters.

Save Simulations
Save Simulations

Save and later edit every detail of a simulation.

Drink Fractions
Drink Fractions

Set drink volumes to fractions of full volume.

Keypoint Values
Keypoint Values

Identify precise Bac values at specific times in simulation.

Feature Comparison
Feature Comparison DUI Pro v1 DUI Pro v2
Over 1,000 predefined drink types Yes Yes
Calculate absorption error deviation Yes Yes
Calculate elimination error deviation Yes Yes
Add unlimited custom drinks Yes Yes
Generation of PDF reports Yes Yes
Save all variables into simulation profile? No Yes
Dynamic calculation of average expected Bac Yes Yes
Dynamic calculation of Bac min and max ranges No Yes
Dynamic presentation of Bac line graph No Yes
Adjustable Keypoint time for precise Bac data at point in time No Yes
Visual indicator of consumption phase in graph output No Yes
Add and remove high and/or low error range line output No Yes
Incremental control over volume of any drink in simulation (e.g., ¼, ½, ¾ or full drink) No Yes
Max Bac peak time marked on graph output No Yes
PDF graph is pure vector which prints without artifacts No Yes
Keypoint time noted on PDF report output (e.g., critical time in simulation) No Yes
Case notes are savable and printable on PDF output report No Yes
Save any parameter of a simulation down to standard deviations, custom error ranges, partial drink consumptions No Yes
Dynamic sliders update graph visually in real time for Keypoints and consumption timelines. No Yes
Pharmacology Report viewable in HTML page and also PDF No Yes