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Q.E.D Saliva Alcohol Test
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Q.E.D Saliva Alcohol Test

SKU: QED A150

The QED A150 Saliva Alcohol Test is easy to operate test and provides results which are as accurate as a blood test.
This self-contained test serves customers anywhere at any time.
Common uses include home, workplace, criminal justice, hospital emergency, psychiatric and occupational health departments to name just a few.

QED Saliva Alcohol Test Advantages

Q.E.D.Ž A150 Saliva Alcohol Test has a quantitative range of 0 - 145 mg/dL (0.0% - 0.145% BAC).
Q.E.D.Ž Quality Controls
Quantitative results in 2-5 minutes Reads like a thermometer Long shelf life Built-in quality control spot CLIA waived High correlation to blood analysis Non-invasive No instrumentation required DOT-approved Screening Test Technician (STT) video training kit available .

FDA Cleared.
CLIA waived test.
D.O.T Approved test.

The test is intended to be administered by a trained professional.
This product is intended for forensic use only and is not for use in diagnostic procedures or to be used as a diagnostic tool.
Details
Market price: $89.50 Our price: $88.75
Quantity
Please note: Quantity of '1' means you are ordering 1 Box of 10 tests.. For example: Quantity of '3' means you are ordering 30 tests. Tests are sold in manufacturer supplied, original packaging.

What is ALCOHOL?

  • The chemical formula for the most basic alcohol is ethanol, C2H5OH.
  • It is a clear flammable sprit with a boiling temperature of 78.40 degree.
  • Alcohol has been there with humans from ages. The first alcohol was found in the 10th century by a Persian chemist.
  • It is used for medical, recreational and as an active ingredient or as a raw material in various industries.
  • The alcohol is made from grapes, corn, rye, wheat, potatoes, sugar cane, or can be is produced synthetically.
  • The concentration of isotopes of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen gives the purified alcohol distilled from each source a unique "fingerprint."

How is ALCOHOL abused?

  • Alcoholic drinks have different amounts of alcohol in them:
  • Beer is about 5% alcohol, although some beers can have more.
  • Wine is usually 12 - 15% alcohol.
  • Hard liquor is about 45% alcohol.
  • Alcohol gets into your bloodstream quickly. The effects show within 10 minutes of consumption.
  • Alcohol is consumed as it is or with other alcoholic beverages, water, juice, or injected with narcotic drugs for an instant and strong euphoria.

What is the Impact of ALCOHOL on our Brain and Central Nervous system?

  • The blood alcohol level-
  • 0.05 -- reduced inhibitions
  • 0.10 -- slurred speech
  • 0.20 -- euphoria and motor impairment
  • 0.30 -- confusion
  • 0.40 -- stupor
  • 0.50 -- coma
  • 0.60 -- respiratory paralysis and death
  • Chronic heavy alcohol consumption impairs central nervous system, brain development in youngsters, shrinkage of brain, dementia, increases physical and psychological dependence, increases neuropsychiatric and cognitive disorder.

What is the impact of ALCOHOL abuse on the liver?

  • Alcohol stays in the bloodstream until it is broken down by the liver.
  •  The amount of alcohol in the blood is called “blood alcohol level.”
  •   Alcoholic liver disease is a major public health problem.
  •  Chronic alcohol abuse can cause fatty liver, cirrhosis and alcoholic hepatitis.
  • Alcohol is a leading cause of liver cancer.

What is the impact of ALCOHOL abuse on the Heart?

  • Alcohol slows breathing rate, heart rate, and effect normal functioning of the brain by affecting the central nervous system. 
  • These effects may appear within 10 minutes and peak at around 40 - 60 minutes. Alcohol stays in the bloodstream until it is broken down by the liver. The amount of alcohol in the blood is called your "blood alcohol level.
  • Alcoholics develop signs and symptoms of heart failure.

What is the Impact of ALCOHOL on women and their babies?

  • Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can harm the developing baby. Chances of still birth, miscarriage, premature delivery increase.
  • Severe birth defects such as foetal alcohol syndrome is possible.
  •  Prenatal and postnatal growth deficiency, congenital abnormalities.
  • Effect on height and weight, short stature, developmental delay, dysfunction of motor skill and facial dimorphism.
  •  In addition there may be cleft palate, joint and cardiac anomalies.

What is the Impact of ALCOHOL abuse on Teenagers and Young Adults?

  • Alcohol is one of the most widely used drug substances in the world.
  • Alcohol use is not only an adult problem. Most American high school seniors indulge in alcohol abuse in spite of the legal drinking age which is 21 years and above.
  • About 1 in 5 teens are considered “alcoholics” which means that they:
  • Get drunk
  • Have accidents related to alcohol use.
  • Get into trouble with the law, family members, friends, school, or dates due to alcohol.
  • Lost interest in studies, career planning, getting jobs, future.
  • Then they start abusing other narcotic drugs, which leads to higher doses, more dependence, risk of unplanned pregnancies, unprotected sex, HIV, AIDS, bad company, a total waste of life.

It is never too late, if someone you love or care is abusing any form alcohol please take the first corrective step –take the simple alcohol drug strip test done.

What are the street names and slangs used for ALCOHOL?

  • Some common street names for  alcohol are-
  • Booz, chug, shine
  • Swish, sauce, vino
  • Poison, refreshment, mouthwash
  • Jack juice, hard stuff, kool aid
  • Giggle juice, gargle, brew
  • Jell-O shots or zippers
  • Hand grenade, beer bong. It may cause cognitive and memory deficiencies

How is ALCOHOL used in Medical Field?

  • Alcohol, it is generally considered a common recreational drug.
  • The development of higher quality and concentrated alcohol has paralleled advances in pharmacy through the ages.
  • It is second only to water in use as a solvent in medicine and is used particularly to extract active ingredient from crude drugs.
  • This concentrates the medicinally active compounds and makes the remedy easier to dispense and consume while also improving its absorption.
  •  The compounds that normally dissolve in alcohol include alkaloids, glycosides, resins, and volatile oils.
  •  When combined with water to make a hydro alcoholic solvent, it acts as a preservative.
  •  Brandy, whiskey, and neutral spirits can all be used as solvents.
  • Modern uses for ethyl alcohol includes use as an antiseptic, most commonly in antiseptic wipes and hand sanitizers.
  • It can kill bacteria, fungi, and many viruses on the hands and skin. 
  • Medical professionals often use gel sanitizers before treating patients to prevent the spread of harmful germs.
  • Ethyl alcohol can also be used as an antidote to help  reverse or lessen the effects of certain  drugs,
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