Alcohol Screening

Alcohol Screening Types and Testing Kits

When you need to know if someone has been consuming alcohol, Confirm BioSciences has various alcohol screening test kits to accommodate any type of testing that may be appropriate.

Choose from breath, saliva or urine alcohol tests to screen anyone you suspect may be under the influence of alcohol.

Saliva

The Instant Alcohol Saliva Test is quick and easy to use. It produces reliable results in just minutes. This test detects the presence of alcohol in saliva and can provide an approximation of blood alcohol concentration from 0.02% and higher.

Breath

By far the most common way of detecting alcohol consumption, these breath tests are extremely portable and affordable. Many people believe that you need sophisticated equipment to perform an alcohol breath test, but these tests prove it can be done with simple, inexpensive equipment.

Urine

Urine alcohol tests are administered in order to determine if a person has been drinking recently. This urine alcohol drug test that is intended for use as a rapid method to detect the presence of alcohol in urine greater than 0.04%. It is intended for the detection of ethyl alcohol in human urine. To confirm the concentration of positive specimens, an alternate method in a laboratory is recommended.

EtG Urine Testing

EtG alcohol urine testing is different from traditional urine testing because it doesn’t test for the amount of alcohol in a person’s body, it tests for the presence of the alcohol metabolite Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG).

Ethyl alcohol, whether tested for via saliva or urine, will only be detectable for a matter of hours after a person consumes alcohol. But, EtG is present in the body for up to 4 days after alcohol consumption. This makes the EtG urine test kit invaluable for any organization that has zero tolerance alcohol policies in place.

Perfect for workplace testing in environments that have a zero tolerance alcohol policy, these instant alcohol tests can help determine if someone has been drinking alcohol. Regardless of which method you choose, they are cost-effective, accurate and reliable for indicating recent alcohol usage.

EtG testing is especially reliable, as traces of alcohol metabolites can be detected for up to four days after ingestion.