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Testing for alcohol use: What you need to know

Testing for alcohol use: What you need to know

Alcohol testing can be used to detect the presence of ethanol or its breakdown products in a sample collected from a person to determine whether they are currently intoxicated or to examine previous alcohol use. There are several types of tests available to detect...
Choosing your rapid device

Choosing your rapid device

It can be confusing figuring out which rapid device is the right one for you. You must consider what your drug and alcohol policy requires, as well as what environment the testing is being done in, to assess the collection site requirements. This handy chart can help...
Disposing of rapid antigen tests

Disposing of rapid antigen tests

Over the course of the Omicron surge, more and more Canadians had been using rapid antigen tests at their workplaces, schools, and homes in order to detect the presence of the coronavirus. While rapid antigen tests are quick and convenient to use, they also require...
The importance of device training

The importance of device training

In the rapidly changing world of medical devices, most people are familiar with the term quality assurance. But did you know that a key facet of achieving good quality results lies in understanding and using the equipment correctly? As medical devices grow in...