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Background The use of mHealth methods for capturing illicit drug use and associated behaviors have become more widely used in… Expand The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) drug testing standards were published in 1988 and revised in 1994, 1998… Expand In this study, ethyl glucuronide (EtG), a specific metabolite of ethanol, was for the first time detected in sweat after alcohol… Expand We evaluated the utility of sweat testing for monitoring of drug use in outpatient clinical settings and compared sweat… Expand AIMS
To evaluate the advantages of using a sweat patch (PharmCheck) for detecting cocaine abuse in cocaine-dependent patients… Expand Although urine testing remains the standard for drug use monitoring, sweat testing for drugs of abuse is increasing, especially… Expand For many years, toxicologists have detected the presence of drugs of abuse in biological materials using blood or urine. In… Expand Six male and two female subjects participated in a clinical study to determine the time course, the cumulative excretion, the… Expand Eighteen male subjects participated in a clinical study to examine a skin patch method of monitoring drug use. On the first day… Expand The sweat patch is a new, noninvasive method designed to estimate the ethanol consumption of drinking subjects. It consists of… Expand