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FLEXIBILITY
  • Eight drugs available
  • Six drugs per test - multiple configurations
  • Numeric labeled versions available
 
CONVENIENCE
  • All collections can be observed
  • No restroom needed
  • Specimen collection takes just two minutes
  • Volume indicator: ensures correct specimen volume
  • No shy bladder issues
  • No specimen dilution or tampering issues
  • Results ready in about 16 minutes
  • Rapid results allow for quick decisions
 
PERFORMANCE
  • Each test strip has built-in procedural control
  • Colloidal gold technology = superior sensitivity, accuracy & precision
  • Tested for cross-reactivity against most common drugs and other substances
  • Detects parent THC
 
TRAINING/SUPPORT
  • Web based training with certification test
  • CD-ROM training
  • Onsite training with Train the Trainer's focus
  • Technical support 24/7/365
 
 
Minimum criteria
for selecting oral fluid point of collection drug tests
 
1. Device should test for the drugs recommended by SAMHSA   The Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has published proposed guidelines recommending that saliva based tests detect amphetamines, methamphetamines, MDMA, cocaine, opiates, PCP and THC.
2. Marijuana detection   Many tests on the market are designed to detect THC metabolite (THC-COOH). Studies have shown that marijuana use will only be detected by testing for the residual parent drug. Therefore, detection of THC parent drug is required.
3. Sensitivity / Cut-offs   Drugs are present at much lower levels in saliva than in urine. Use a test that has the lowest cut-off levels to optimize identifying drug users.
4. Easy, rapid collection   The collection of the saliva sample should be easy and should not take more than a few minutes.
5. Sample volume indicator   Inadequate sample volume is a key factor in test failure in oral fluid testing. A sample adequacy feature can ensure that the correct amount of oral fluid is collected from every donor, every time, optimizing product performance.
6. Same sample used for confirmation   The collection device should provide for a split sample, allowing the same sample to be sent for confirmation if necessary.
7. Training and Support   Oral fluid testing is relatively new, therefore training provided by a manufacturer should be comprehensive. Ongoing technical support is critical to maintaining an effective drug testing program. A manufacturer should provide both training and support.
OralStat® - the RIGHT choice!
 
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AMP
amphetamines 25 ng/ml
BZO
benzodiazepines 25 ng/ml
COC
cocaine 12 ng/ml
MTD
methadone 25 ng/ml
METH-MDMA
methamphetamines ecstasy 25 ng/ml
OPI
opiates 20 ng/ml
PCP
phencyclidine 5 ng/ml
THC
marijuana 25 ng/ml
 
  RDS procedure 1  
 
Step by step
procedure for testing
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EASE OF USE
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Rapid TOX
1. Keep device on a flat surface at all time
2. See Information
OralStat
3. Read results