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By Australia Drug Testing / November 10, 2023

By Australia Drug Testing / November 10, 2023

First Step Oral Fluid Drug Screen Device

First Step Oral Fluid Drug Screen Device

Why choose First Step Oral Fluid Drug Screen Device:

FAQ

The device includes a built-in saturation indicator that turns red when a sufficient sample has been collected, providing assurance of accurate results.

A non-negative (positive) result is indicated by a coloured line in the control line region (C) but the absence of a line in the test line region (T) for a specific drug. This indicates that the drug concentration in the oral fluid specimen exceeds the designated cut-off level for that specific drug. Laboratory confirmation should be sought In the case of a non-negative result.

A negative result is indicated by the presence of a coloured line in both the control line region (C) and the test line region (T) for a specific drug. This means that the drug concentration in the oral fluid specimen is below the designated cut-off level for that specific drug.

An invalid result occurs when the control line (C) fails to appear. This could be due to insufficient specimen volume or incorrect procedural techniques. It is recommended to review the procedure and repeat the test using a new device. If the problem persists, discontinue using the lot immediately and contact your local distributor.

Various elements can influence the outcomes of our saliva drug test kits:

  • Improper or insufficient collection of saliva specimens.
  • Inaccurate storage of saliva drug testing kits or screens.
  • The dietary habits or medications of the individual being tested, referred to as the donor.
  • Consumption of food or beverages within 10 minutes before testing.
  • Inadequate hydration of the donor.
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