The Drug Screening
Our screening program is simple, safe, quick, and
relatively inexpensive. While laboratory test are expensive and may
take up to a week to generate results, the Rapid Drug Screen provides the
immediate information required to take appropriate disciplinary action in
a timely manner. As such, KAP's on-site substance abuse tests are ideal for monitoring individuals assigned by the courts. This
program is effective with adults and juveniles alike. Our program is
also used in jails as part of a commitment to a drug-free
PROVEN ACCURACY. The Rapid Drug Screen offers laboratory
accurracy in just five minutes. The test is proven to
correlate 100% with results generated by the standard
laboratory-screening test. Built-in tamper detection measures
ensure this non-invasive test produces accurate results.
Our normal Rapid Drug
Screen test for the following:
In addition we can Rapid Drug Screen several other drugs, including:
EASE OF USE. The Rapid Drug Screen is
the only on-site drug test without pipettes, reagents, or the need to
tilt, mix, or shake the specimen. This one step test does not
require clinical personnel, technical training, or special
equipment. The Rapid Drug Screen is the most secure test on the
market with a safe procedure that eliminates any risk to the test
administrator who does not need to place specimen drops on a test panel
or have any other contact with the specimen.
FEDERAL COMPLIANCE. The Rapid Drug Screen complies with
federal drudg testing directives at mandated sensitivity levels.
This test has received all appropriate clearances from the FDS for
marketing to the clinical sectors.
POSITIVE CONFIRMATION. As should be done with all on-site and
laboratory drug screens, positive results from our screens are confirmed
by a second and separate technology in a certified laboratory. In
the event of a positive result, the Rapid Drug Screen collection cup is
sealed and sent to a laboratory for verification.
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