A medical device must be licensed for a particular purpose by Health Canada before it can be sold in Canada. Depending on the risks associated with that device’s use, a device would be licensed by Health Canada as Class I, II, III, or IV following the Medical Devices Regulations under the Food and Drugs Act, … Continued
EDI launches K2 Spice test. Express Diagnostics is excited to offer the DrugCheck® dip urine test for K2 or “Spice” with a cutoff of 25 ng/mL, the lowest cutoff for synthetic marijuana on the market. The DrugCheck K2/Spice Test is available in multi-panel cup and dip, as well as single test strip or dip cassette.
Despite its name, there is a lot more to drug testing than just testing for drugs. Was the sample diluted? Was anything added to the sample? Was the sample even urine? Without the right adulterant screen, a set of tests that determine whether a sample was altered or substituted, even Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) tests … Continued
Until recently, medical marijuana licenses were so rare that companies didn’t have to think twice about a zero-tolerance marijuana policy. As of April 1st, however, access to the drug became easier as Canadians no longer need a license from Health Canada to obtain medical marijuana. Instead, under the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations, a doctor or … Continued