Drugscan: Great Chemistry
Clinicians use intellect, science, and patient information to determine the right course of therapy for patients. That’s why DRUGSCAN is passionate about delivering Great Chemistry through comprehensive, accurate, and timely laboratory services, so clients can treat with confidence. It is our mission to provide service and support to protect and respect everyone in the patient care process. The DRUGSCAN team strives for greatness in everything we do, every day!
The Great Chemistry Story
DRUGSCAN is a leader in clinical and forensic toxicology, medication monitoring, and drug detection laboratory services. One of only a few nationally certified SAMHSA toxicology laboratories; DRUGSCAN is fast, professional, accurate, and responsive.
At Drugscan, our first priority is customer satisfaction. Contact us today to find out more about the DRUGSCAN difference.
Drugscan has been SAMHSA certified since 1989 and is CAP accredited.
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Quantisal Oral Fluid Collection Instructions:
Observe the collection process in its entirety. Make sure the donor has not had anything in their mouth for at least 10 minutes. This includes the use of mouthwash or breath sprays that contain alcohol and may results in a false positive ethanol is ordered. Hand the package to the donor and have them examine the expiration date on the device and make sure it is valid. While opening the package have the donor close their mouth and move their tongue from side to side to stimulate the production of saliva. Do not swallow. Grasp the handle and position the cotton pad under their tongue like a thermometer. Keep the device under the tongue until the volume adequacy indicator on the handle turns blue. The donor must not talk or bite the device during the collection process. Remind the donor to keep their head down during the collection to allow the saliva to reach the blue indicator more easily. The collector must NOT leave the room during the collection. The volume adequacy indicator should turn blue within a few minutes. During this time you can fill out the requisition. When the volume adequacy indicator turns blue instruct the donor to remove the red cap from the plastic vial being careful NOT to spill the blue liquid. Remove the collection device from the mouth and place the pad first into the transport tube. Place the red cap back on the device and push down firmly. Take the security seal and place it over the top of the device and press down both sides of the seal to secure it to the device. Place the transport device back into the package and include a completed DrugScan requisition and send to DrugScan for analysis. Samples may be stored at room temperature prior to shipment. You may contact the laboratory with any questions.