Oral Fluid Drug Test - 6 Panel (Breathalyser Sales & Service’s Own)
Product Code: 602002
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Our own Breathalyser brand 6 panel Oral Fluid (Saliva) Drug Test analyses saliva for the main six illicit drugs that have devastating effects in the workplace (THC, COC, AMP, MET, OPI, BZO).
- Manufactured to comply with Australian Standard AS4760 cut-off levels
- Unique "snap lock" lid for no mess
- Supplied with security seals and prodedure instructions
- Oral Fluid testing devices are less intrusive than other testing methods
*Cost per test - $17.00 + GST each (minimum order qty is 1 box of 25 tests @ $425.00 + GST). Please contact your local sales office to discuss quantity discounts.
6 Panel Drug Test indicates for the following drugs and cut-offs:
- THC (found in cannabis) - 12 ng/ml
- COC (Cocaine) - 20 ng/ml
- AMP (Amphetamine) - 50 ng/ml
- MET (Methamphetamine) - 50 ng/ml
- OPI (Opiates) - 40 ng/ml
- BZO (Benzodiazepines) -10 ng/ml
Saliva tests for drug use are now reliable, affordable and very easy to use. Using a saliva test kit offers different advantages and drawbacks as well as different practical considerations than using a urine, hair or blood test; here's what you should know about saliva drug testing.
Why Use a Saliva Test?
Practical advantages: Saliva tests can be administered in workplaces without bathroom facilities, and the results can be read very quickly.
HRM advantages: Saliva tests are much less objectionable than either urine or blood tests. Urine tests are far more prone to invasion of privacy complaints, while blood tests are painful and debilitating for short periods.
Accuracy advantages: Saliva drug testing kits can detect far lower levels of metabolites from drug use than urine tests. Additionally, because direct observation of a saliva test is possible, there is no opportunity for sample tampering or swapping.
Scientific studies have shown that saliva tests generally create more accurate results for methamphetamines and opiates (both prescription and illegal).
Saliva tests generally reveal drug use within the past days, rather than the past weeks. It can be argued that drug use (which could legitimately come from prescription drugs) up to 7 days before the test is immaterial to whether a person can perform their job's duties, and the recentness of a saliva test's results remove this objection.
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