The iScreen OFD 5 and 6 panel one-piece oral fluid drug test is confirmation ready. The device displays lab-accurate results and is simple to perform. An oral fluid test for drugs of abuse is less invasive and cannot be adulterated by the donor. Special training to complete the test procedure is not required. A non-invasive method for the detection of multiple drugs in oral fluid. Be aware that oral fluid test kits have a shorter detection time period than urine drug tests and will point to recent drug usage as in 24-48 hours instead of days up to 1-2 weeks. Record drug test results in just 10 minutes. iScreen can be used on-site anytime, anywhere.
An accurate solution for identifying illicit drugs in saliva.
Both swab and test in a single device
Never leaves the hand of the administrator
Bathrooms are not required to perform the test
Quantities of 25
Easy sample collection and test procedure
Results in as little as 10 minutes
Convenient room temperature storage
How is saliva (oral fluid) produced within a human’s mouth? Normally, it is created from three different glands. It is excreted from the parotid, submaxillary and sublingual glands within a person’s mouth. Smaller glands also help in the process. The saliva flow can be increased by hunger, human emotion as well as other factors such as smell.
Is saliva regarded as a reliable substance for detecting drug use? Yes. Saliva drug test kits offer some worthwhile benefits for drug testing in the workplace. Here is a list of unique advantages that saliva testing brings to the table:
Saliva collection using a mouth swab is easy to perform and only takes a few minutes.
Oral fluid testing can be conducted at any place of employment.
Unlike urine, an instant saliva test kit identifies recent drug use only
Saliva is popular for post-accident testing in the workplace.
The flexibility of performing observed collections on-site makes adulteration impossible.
A much friendlier collection process makes testing less invasive.
Bathrooms are not necessary.
How do you cheat an oral fluid test? The iScreen OFD remains in control of administrators supervision. Since bathrooms are not required for collection of the saliva specimen, there is no real opportunity for tampering or adulterating the specimen sample. The administrator has “eyes on” at every moment during the testing.
Should I have concerns about oral fluid being a bio-hazard? No. OSHA does not consider oral fluid collection a hazard. It poses no risk that could be dangerous to humans in close proximity. Bodily fluids such as urine and blood are subject to proper handling and disposal procedures due to their potential risk of contamination.