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April 28, 2016

Could A Saliva Test Detect Cannabis?

As a lifelong marijuana user, one of the biggest challenges I face is pre-employment drug testing. I have ranted before about how many types of tests unfairly target marijuana smokers so I will not get into that. My focus is specific...

April 28, 2016

 

 

Why Choose Saliva versus Urine Drug Testing?

Saliva testing can detect drugs immediately after the most recent use and up to 4 days later. Conventional drug testing with urine is unable to detect usage in the first four hours after use.

The use of Saliva combined with...

April 28, 2016

1. What is Saliva Drug Testing?

Saliva testing analyzes a saliva sample for parent drugs and their metabolites.  An absorbent collection device is placed in the mouth and the saliva collected is screened for drugs of abuse. Samples are checked to verify the saliva is hu...

April 13, 2016

Saliva drug testing has been around since 2000 when laboratory methods started to be used for drug testing. Since that time, manufacturers have developed rapid drug  tests to determine in approximately 10 minutes or less if the donor is under the influence of an illici...

April 7, 2016

If you’ve shuddered at NSW police’s sinister new advert regarding Mobile Drug Testing, you’re not alone. There is strong evidence that the technology used to perform these tests does not identify driving impairment but acts instead as a “virtue test” that can capture p...

April 6, 2016

Chemical testing of biological fluids is the most common objective means of diagnosis of use of drugs of abuse. The presence of a drug analyte in a biological specimen can be used as evidence of recent exposure. Saliva has many advantages over both blood and urine (1–4...

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For reasons still entirely unclear, Pathtech, the Australian distributor has decided to cease distributing the popular DrugWipe to retailers. The news...

DrugWipe5s & DrugWipe6s Pulled from shelves!

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