QML Pathology is the leading supplier of on-site testing products for employees and other testing programs in Queensland. More employers use our on-site instant testing products than any other product in the market.
QML Pathology is able to supply a variety of on-site “instant” test kits that enable you to make informed decisions about issues that might otherwise compromise safety of patients, employees and your business. Our quality standards ensure that our on-site testing products are reliable and validated against laboratory standards.
All on-site “instant” test kit results that are to be relied upon for medico legal or HR purposes should require validation of the specimen’s result via a “gold standard” laboratory based liquid/gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analysis. QML Pathology is able to offer this gold standard for both urine and saliva specimens.
To customise your drug screening program, contact us on (07) 3121 4945, or click here to email us.
On-site Urine Testing Products
QML Pathology is the exclusive supplier of the Alere™ Cup2. This cup style device gives a presumptive positive or negative result for the drug classes in 5 to 8 minutes. These cups are the most widely used kit for onsite testing due to the quick turnaround of results, and their ability to test for adulterants to rule out any tampering of the specimen during the collection process.
Features of our Alere™ Cup2 include:
- Confirmation to Australian Standard AS4308
- Tests for the presence of 5 – 9 drug combinations, including:
- Amphetamine type stimulants (Amphetamine (AMP), methamphetamine (mAMP) and others)
- Methamphetamine (mAMP)
- Opiates (OPI)
- Benzodiazepines (BZO)
- Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
- In built adulterant test to prevent tampering
- In built Creatinine test to prevent specimen dilution
- Screw Lock lid to prevent leakage
- Result interpretation guide
- Split specimen sampling enabling easy inbuilt lab confirmation
- No keys or activation steps
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On-site Saliva Based Testing Products
Whilst for many years, urine testing is considered the standard in on-site testing, saliva testing is growing in usage. QML Pathology is able to supply to you the DrugWipe® 5S instant saliva testing device. This instant saliva device is widely used in industry as an alternative where for reasons such as location of staff testing, facilities, collection environment, urine collections are not favoured. The DrugWipe® 5S is an instant saliva device that gives a presumptive result within 8 minutes.
Features of our DrugWipe® 5S include:
- Confirmation to Australian Standard AS4760
- Utilised by Australian police for testing
- Confirmation to Australian Standards
- Available in 5 drug group combination
- Only one wipe down the tongue required
- Sealed device. No external contamination risk.
- Can be stored at room temperature or refrigerated.
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To enable you to rely on the results of an instant on-site testing program for medico legal (including human resource) reasons, it is a usual requirement that the test results are confirmed by the more sensitive and accurate lab based liquid/gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analysis.
QML Pathology is able to offer this confirmatory service for both Saliva and Urine specimens, allowing you to incorporate the industry's best practices into your drug and alcohol testing program.
Lab based confirmations on urine specimens are usually only performed once a non-negative result is received from the initial screen. Only the drug class that produced a 'non-negative' result will be confirmed, with the purpose of eliminating any false positive results that may have been produced in the initial screen. Mass Spectrometry is considered by the courts as being the ‘gold standard’. Due to the method being more time-consuming and technically complex, there is a longer turnaround time for results than the initial screen.
Lab based confirmations on saliva specimens are usually only performed a positive result is received from the initial screen. In contrast to urine confirmations, in the case of saliva confirmations, all of the drug classes including the negatives are retested and a new report is issued. Again due to the method being more time-consuming and technically complex, there is a longer turnaround time for results than the initial screen.