Disposable Alcohol Test
#1 in the Country!
Meets Federal and D.O.T. regulations
On-The-Spot Leader In Alcohol Testing...
Approved (A150 only)
Simplicity with Clinical Lab Accuracy...
can be used as an accurate screen in place of blood tests. In clinical
trials, saliva alcohol levels measured with the Q.E.D.5®
tests demonstrated high correlation to blood analyzed by gas
chromatography (r=O.98) and produced no false positive or false negative
Q.E.D. test is used for ...
testing for DOT or drug-free workplace programs
trauma treatment protocol
or unconscious victims
/ Trauma Departments
Reliable, Fast, Simple...
QA Spot assures quality control for every test
results in minutes
- Long shelf
like a thermometer
- No instrumentation
STAT alcohol results with the CLIA "waived" Q.E.D.® Saliva
Breath Alcohol Test
complenient to a rapid drug screen. More than 60% of hospitals do rapid
drug screening using urine-based test cups, dipsticks or panels. The market
leader generates $56MM annually in drug test sales. But what about alcohol?
Hospitals conduct 6.76 million blood and breath alcohol tests each year
- that's about 5% of all patient visits to the Emergency Department. Our
research indicates a potential to sell 2.6 million Q.E.D. tests per year.
Q.E.D. A35O Saliva Alcohol Test provides quantitative results (0-345
mg/dL) in 5 minutes.
Departments complete drug and alcohol screeing in 5 minutes.
tests have a 0.98 correlation to blood analysis.
results will match blood work requested from the lab. Very credible.
tests are CLIA waived, and do not need to be run by the lab.
Emergency Department staff, including med techs, can run the test,
saving time and freeing nurses and physicians for treatment.
tests are CLIA waived, reducing the Quality Control check requirement
to each lot, not each day.
Control checks only on each new lot saves both time and money. Checks
can be run right in the Emergency Department.
tests are inexpensive at $6.50 per test and reimbursable under CPT
can be ordered by the Emergency Department Director.
of "waived" status
tests can be run by any Emergency Department staff, including med techs.
- Q.C. checks
need only be run on each new lot of devices, as per our product instructions.
Previously Q.C. checks were required every day of patient testing.
can fall under the hospital lab's "unbrella" program, with
Q.E.D. tests classified as Point of Care rapid tests. Q.C. can be run
right in the Emergency Department.
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