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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 843 Assessment

Instructions and Help about Where Form 843 Assessment

The eye screen of drug test procedure. First and foremost, for accurate results, it's very important to instruct the donor to not have anything in their mouth, including food, drinks, gum, or tobacco products for at least 10 minutes prior to the collection. Next, remove the sample collector protector. Then, have the person insert the sponge end of the collector into their mouth. Have the user swab the inside of their mouth, including the tongue. When the sponge softens, they should gently press the sponge between the tongue and teeth to ensure complete saturation, so no hard spots are felt within three minutes before removing the sponge. Afterwards, the user should hand the saturated collector over to the tester. Afterwards, align the red arrow on the device with either one of the white marks on the cap. Insert the collector vertically into the cap and press down firmly until the cap reaches the thread. Twist the handle clockwise 180 degrees to tighten the cap until the red arrow lines up with the other white mark. Place the test horizontally on a clean and level surface, with a result window facing up. Finally, you can read the results after 10 minutes, but not after 1 hour. If you'll notice, the first set of results show a positive for cocaine, methamphetamines, phencyclidine, and opiates. The second set of results show a negative for drug use. Finally, the third window displays an invalid result because there is no line in the control region. If the results are positive, then you should secure the cap with the security seal and send it to a laboratory for confirmation. Remember that all positive results are presumptive and should be confirmed by an alternate method. The preferred method is GCMS or GCMS-MS. For more information about any...