PROCEDURE (full directions for use)
- Ensure that donor has not had anything to eat or drink in the last 10 minutes. This includes gum and tobacco products.
- Collect the oral ﬂuid specimen using the collector provided. Swab the inside of the cheeks a few times and then allow the collection device to dwell in the donor’s mouth until the saturation indicator appears in the indicator window (turns red).
- Insert the collector into the drug test until the cap of the collector is ﬁrmly seated in the test. Close the device’s lid. This will create an airtight seal.
- Read drug test results at 10 minutes and alcohol pads (if applicable) at 3 minutes.
INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
Negative Result: If there is a red or pink line in the test area under the drug name, the sample is considered negative for that drug. If a test line appears in the test area for all drugs, then the entire sample is considered negative. Certain lines may appear lighter or thinner than other lines. No further testing is required with samples showing negative test results.
Preliminary Positive Result: If NO red or pink line appears in the test area under the drug name, the sample may contain that drug. You should send the sample to a laboratory for additional testing.
Invalid Result: If there is no line in the control area then the test is invalid and should be repeated.