12 panel oral drug alcohol test
The 12 panel oral drug alcohol test is an excellent alternative to a urine test because it is less intrusive, cannot be compromised and can be used almost anywhere.
12 panel oral drug test detects twelve drugs (Alcohol, Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Buprenorphine, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Opiates, Oxycodone, Phencyclidine, Methadone, and Marijuana.) simultaneously in less than ten minutes with a window of detection of one to two days.
How to use the oral device:
The device is straightforward to use, needing the donor to place the foam applicator into their mouth for just a few minutes. Place the applicator into the oral cube to absorb the saliva into the testing device. In less than ten minutes the results appear on the face of the cube. Pinkish-Red markers or lines appear against each control and test line.
The 12 panel oral drug alcohol test is compact in design, is easy to store and has a shelf life of up to 18 months. It is the perfect device to implement a full proof drug and alcohol test anywhere and at any time without the need for specialized equipment or bathroom facilities. One of the benefits compared to a urine test is the donor cannot defeat the test.
- 12 panel oral drug alcohol test.
- It tests for 11 drugs plus alcohol simultaneously.
- Easy & convenient to use.
- Easy to store with a shelf life of over 18 months.
- Packaged in boxes of 25 sealed test kits.
- FOR FORENSIC USE ONLY. Not FDA cleared for workplace testing or medical diagnosis.
- Clean and Quick.
- It eliminates the need for a same-sex collector.
- It eliminates the need for a controlled collection site.
- No special instrumentation required.
- Can be used anywhere.
- Difficult to defeat the outcome of the result.
- Test results in less than ten minutes.
- No special equipment required.
- One-step collection.
- Law enforcement.
- Rehabilitation clinics.
- Probation situations and or inmates in law enforcement facilities.
Testing with 12 panel oral drug alcohol test:
Remove the collection stick and test tube from the
sealed pouch. Tear off the package of the collection
Insert the sponge end of the collection stick into
the mouth and soak the sponge into saliva for 3 minutes.
Hold the test tube vertically and place the collection
stick with saturated sponge into the test tube. Make
sure to fit the groove of collection stick onto the
guide rail of the test tube and press the collection stick
to full extent.
Press down the lid to close the test tube. Keep the
test tube vertically until you begin to read the test
Read results of alcohol test at 2 minutes and drug
tests at 10 minutes. (If there is a label over the reading
window, peel off the sticker to read test results.)
Do not read alcohol test result after 5 minutes and
drug test results after 1 hour.
Interpreting Drug Test Results:
Two lines appear. *One color line should be in the control region (C), and another apparent color line adjacent should be in the test region (T). This negative result indicates that the drug concentration is below the detectable level.
*NOTE: The shade of color in the test line region (T) will vary, but considered it negative whenever there is even a faint distinguishable color line.
One color line appears in the control region (C). No line appears in the test region (T). This positive result indicates that the drug concentration is above the detectable level.
Control line fails to appear. Insufficient specimen volume or incorrect procedural techniques are the most likely reasons for control line failure. Review the procedure and repeat the test using a new test device. If the problem persists, discontinue using the lot immediately and contact your supplier.
Interpreting Alcohol Test Results:
Alcohol Negative Result: The alcohol pad shows no color change (remains white or cream colored); it should be understood as a negative result (no alcohol present). An effect where the outer edges of the alcohol pad produce a slight color but the majority of the pad remains colorless should be repeated to ensure complete saturation of the alcohol pad with oral fluid. If the second result is the same, the results should be interpreted as being negative (no alcohol present).