Urine Drug Screening : Practical Guide for Clinicians REVIEW

@inproceedings{Mller2007UrineDS,
  title={Urine Drug Screening : Practical Guide for Clinicians REVIEW},
  author={K. M{\"o}ller and Kelly C Lee and Julie Cold Kissack},
  year={2007}
}
Drug testing, commonly used in health care, workplace, and criminal settings, has become widespread during the past decade. Urine drug screens have been the most common method for analysis because of ease of sampling. The simplicity of use and access to rapid results have increased demand for and use of immunoassays; however, these assays are not perfect. Falsepositive results of immunoassays can lead to serious medical or social consequences if results are not confirmed by secondary analysis… CONTINUE READING
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