- CLIA Waived
- FDA Cleared
- OTC: Over the Counter
- QTY: Box Of 24 Tests
- Able To Detect Alcohol In Some Fluids
- Test Results In 2 Minutes.
- Indicates BAC From 0.02% To 0.30%
- Made in the USA
The Alco-Screen alcohol test strips that Rapid Detect sells on this page, are a very easy-to-use method to positively identify the presence of alcohol in saliva for blood alcohol concentrations (BAC). Using a simple color chart, you will be able to determine a person's BAC ranging from 0.02% to 0.30%. It is highly suggested that for the most accurate results, do not place anything in the mouth for at least 15 minutes before to taking the test.
Another way that these quality American Made alcohol test strips can be used is by detecting alcohol in other fluids such as a can of soda pop. It has become a very useful tool for parents, high school counselors, or any adult who supervises teenage activities. Surprisingly, the next fluid that the product can be used to detect alcohol in is breast milk, Substantial levels of alcohol in breast milk could definitely be harmful to an infant and mothers can test there breast milk which helps to give them confidence during breast feeding.
The blood alcohol concentration at which a person becomes impaired is different for everybody, depending more upon the individual. To be more specific, factors include things like gender, physical size, weight, activity level, eating habits, and alcohol tolerance all affect the level of impairment of an individual. In general, the human body processes alcohol in about 4 to 6 hours.
From an employer’s stand point, alcohol abuse accounts for two thirds of all substance abuse complaints while depleting a similar percentage from the health care benefit budgets of companies in the USA. In fact, there is an increasing number of public safety officials, corporate officers, and small business managers are concerned about growing problems of alcohol abuse in the workplace and in public places. As a result, there is a demand for more effective detection of alcohol impairment, where possible, or of blood alcohol content (BAC) in individuals engaged in work or driving. Especially when the substance abuser is in control of a vehicle or heavy equipment.