EtG Urine Alcohol Test
The EtG Urine Alcohol Test is a rapid test for detecting alcohol abuse upto 80 hours in the past. The test is instant, detecting Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG) from a human urine sample. With a simple dip test this product detects alcohol in one minute or less. It allows you to know if someone has been consuming alcohol within the previous 3 to 4 days. No waiting for lab test results, no lab expense and instant reliable results.
EtG is a direct metabolite of ethyl alcohol and is a method for detecting recent alcohol consumption. EtG may be detectable within hours after exposure and may be detected 3 to 4 days past consumption. People who use this EtG test find it useful for monitoring continued alcohol abuse which makes it a great tool for monitoring individuals who should not be drinking.
- EtG Urine Alcohol Test.
- Strong indicator of alcohol ingestion within the previous 3 to 4 days
- Instant results.
- Easy to administer.
- Inexpensive compared to a lab test.
- Requires no special training.
- No special equipment required.
- Box size: 25 individually sealed tests.
- EtG is only evident when alcohol is consumed and is not produced as a result of fermentation.
Suitable uses for a EtG Urine Alcohol Test:
- Individuals who are abstaining from drinking Alcohol.
- Recovering alcoholics.
- Ideal for zero tolerance and abstinence situations
- Drinking while working with safety sensitive equipment.
- Early warning system to detect Alcohol relapses.
EtG Urine Alcohol Testing:
- Collect a small sample of urine from the donor.
- Remove the testing device from the sealed packet.
- Take off the cap and dip the tip of the device in to the urine sample to the level marked.
- Remove the testing device from the urine, place the cap on and lay on a flat surface.
- Read the result as it develops.
- If the result is negative, two lines will appear in the window of the device.
- Only one line appears, the control line (C) then the result is positive.
- The cut-off concentration of the One Step Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG) Test is determined to be 300 ng/mL.
- For Forensic Use Only.