7 panel oral drug alcohol test
The 7-panel oral drug alcohol test is a convenient option compared to a urine test. It’s less intrusive, difficult to compromise, and suitable for use anywhere.
This test detects six illicit drugs, plus alcohol in one analysis. The results of the analysis take less than ten minutes and displayed on the face of the device. The time to detect drugs of abuse is typically one to two days from ingestion.
How to use the oral drug alcohol test:
Its simple design makes it easy to use. Place the foam applicator into the mouth for just a few minutes. Return the applicator into the oral cube, where the absorption of the saliva takes place. In less than ten minutes, the results appear on the face of the cube. On the front of the device is where the results develop. Red markers appear indicating the test is complete.
The compact in design is easy to store and has a shelf life of up to eighteen months.
It is ideal for implementing a reliable drug and alcohol scheme 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 result.
7 panel oral drug alcohol test features:
- It detects six drugs plus alcohol simultaneously.
- The findings appear in less than ten minutes.
- Compact design
- Packaged in boxes of 25 sealed kits
- Easy to store with an extended shelf life
- FOR FORENSIC USE ONLY. Not FDA cleared for workplace testing or medical diagnosis.
- Oral/Saliva device detects six drugs plus alcohol.
- The donor cannot cheat the result
- Use it without a need for bathroom facilities
- No training required to use
- It is non-invasive
- No need for a controlled collection site
- Anyone can use it
- No special instrumentation required
- The results appear quickly and with clarity
- Clean and Quick.
- Law enforcement
- Rehabilitation clinics
- Corporate drug testing programs
- Pre-employment testing
- Random employment testing in the workplace
- Reasonable suspicion drug testing
- Random drug testing in schools or youth organizations
- Suitable for probation and law enforcement facilities.
Administering the 7 panel oral drug alcohol test:
Interpreting the results of the test:
NEGATIVE: Two marker lines appear. *One color line is in the control region (C), and the other apparent colored line adjacent is in the (T) region. This negative result indicates that the drug concentration is below the detectable cut-off level.
*NOTE: The shade of the colored marker in the (T) region may vary, but it considered it to be negative whenever there is even a faint distinguishable line.
POSITIVE: A colored marker bar appears in the control region (C), but no bar in the (T) region. (see above) This positive result indicates that the drug concentration is above the detectable level.
INVALID: The control line fails to appear: This is due to an insufficient specimen volume or incorrect procedural techniques. These are the most likely reasons for the control line failure. Review the procedure and repeat the using a new device. If the problem persists, discontinue using and contact us with the lot number.
NEGATIVE: The alcohol pad shows no color change (remains white or cream-colored); interpret 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, interpret the results as negative (no alcohol present).
Instructions for using the 7 panel oral drug alcohol test:
Included in each box are twenty-five oral kits and a data-sheet. The data-sheet includes information on how to use the device and more information on the drugs it detects, we recommend that you fully read the information before starting your your first test. Click the links below to download the product data-sheet and a form to document the result.