We would advise new users to watch the video below and read the short, step by step Instructions for Use guide, before taking the exam. If you are a returning customer or an experienced collection officer, you could go straight to the on-line exam.
The ScreenPro Oral Fluid Device is a qualitative point of care screening device for the rapid detection drugs and metabolites in human saliva.
Before using the ScreenPro Oral Fluid Device, bring it up to room temperature between 15-30 degrees C
Carefully inspect the packet to ensure it is intact. Do not use if opened, damaged or torn
Check the Expiry Date and only use if in date
Tare open the packet and remove the device and the collection swab. Place the silica desiccant pouch and packet to one side. Do not use the collection swap if the indicator is visible in the saturation indicator window
Important: Donors should not eat, drink, smoke or vape for 10 minutes prior to a specimen being taken. Also instruct the donor to not bite, suck or chew on the sponge
Remove the collection swab from the pouch without touching the sponge, then hand it to the donor
Ask the donor to sweep the inside of the mouth, cheeks, gums, tongue several times then hold the swab in the mouth until a red colour appears on the saturation indicator window
If at 7 minutes the saturation indicator has not turned red, continue to read the test
Remove the collection swab from the donor’s mouth and without touching the sponge, insert it sponge first into the screening device. Push down until locked into place, in the bottom of the screening device
Place the device on a flat surface and keep upright whilst the test is running, you can tap the device gently to remove any air bubbles from the base of the strips, to ensure the device runs correctly
Note: The THC strip does not wick as quickly as the others, it is designed to wick slowly, allowing the sample and antibody to incubate, providing the sensitivity required to accurately measure THC
Interpreting the results
You will see that the ScreenPro Oral Fluid device, tests for 1 drug per strip making it easy to read. Each strip has its own control line and test line
Make sure the control line at the top of the strip is visible. This indicates the strip has worked correctly
Positive also known as Non-Negative Results
The presence of a reddish-purple line in the top C position and no line in the bottom T position, on any of the test strips, indicate a Non-Negative result for that drug. Non-Negative results should be read at 10 min. All Non-Negative results should be sent to a suitably accredited laboratory for confirmation analysis where required.
The presence of a reddish-purple line in the top C position and again in the bottom T position on any of the test strips, indicate a Negative result for that drug. Negative results can be read as soon as both Control and Test lines are visible on each strip
If a control line fails to appear on any individual test strip, the test result is invalid and should be repeated with a new device.
Please Note: It is normal for the line intensity to vary. Any line, regardless of the intensity, colour or size, should be read as a line.
If the device includes Alcohol, read the alcohol strip at 2 minutes.
Compare the colour of the reaction pad with the colour chart provided to determine the relative blood alcohol level. No colour change indicates a negative result
Please contact us if you need anymore information regarding the use of this product.
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