Cocaine, Marijuana, Opiates, Amphetamine, and Methamphetamine
The iScreen 5 panel oral fluid drug test is a handy one-piece device, collect saliva and operate with a few simple steps. The iScreen is a smartly designed test kit and was not the first saliva test to emerge on the market, but after some initial designs originated, the quality or functionality was not desirable as most would want. After the iScreen was created, it has become a proven testing method that functions effectively for drugs of abuse identification.
Oral drug tests are the most convenient method of drug testing since bathrooms are not needed. Oral fluid can be collected easily while the donor is under observation, which makes it harder for the donor to tamper with the results. Oral fluid collection (for the test purpose) is much less invasive and embarrassing than urine drug testing. Although oral drug testing has a shorter detection time than a urine drug test, it cannot be adulterated as easily. iScreen utilizes dependable drug testing methods to detect drug residue in oral fluids.
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Does a faint line indicate a negative result?Yes, faint lines DO indicate negative results. The shade of color in the test region (Drug/T) will vary, but it should be considered a negative result whenever there is even a faint colored line. Any indication of a line (even faint) is a negative result.
What are saliva (oral) drug tests used for?Saliva or Oral drug testing detects the presence of various drug. Employers use it for screening purposes, and medical personnel use it for a quick, post-accident drug test.
What different drugs are detected by a saliva (oral) test?Oral drug screens detect most illegal drugs. The iScreen OFD tests for Amphetamine, Cocaine, Marijuana, Methamphetamine, and Opiates or Phencyclidine (depending on which configuration you purchase).
What are the advantages of a saliva or oral drug screen?A saliva drug test gives you immediate results. Test subjects have a harder time faking or cheating the test because it is given under direct supervision as opposed to a urine test.
Are there any disadvantages of an oral drug test?Yes, oral drug screens can only detect the presence of drugs for a short period of time after use, for example, 24 hours for marijuana.