what can be used to test for DNA

We can test items for knowledge non standard testing such as toothbrush,women’s panty crotches or blood-, saliva-, or semen-stained items, collars, waistbands, hats, bedding with vaginal/semen stains or rubbed off skin cells), fingernail clippings, cigarette butts, toothbrushes, hairs in razors and hairbrushes, discarded facial tissues or handkerchiefs with nasal secretions, condoms, gum, feminine products, pathology paraffin blocks or slides from previous surgery or from autopsy,  teeth, blood, buccal swabs, hairs, bone,  tissues from internal organs (including brain), muscle, and skin, ear wax, dental floss, toothpick, umbilical cord (dried), fecal matter, vomit, prenatal fluids/cultures, paraffin embedded tissue, teeth, bone marrow, bone used kleenex used handkerchief, urine fluid, licked envelope or stamp.

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Consolidated Health Management Team

(Northern California Drug Testing Clinic)’

  • 573 W. El Camino Real Mountain View, CA 94040 (Corporate Location
  • 26010 Eden Landing Road , Unit 1C, Hayward, CA 94545 
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ETG hair test

Etg alcohol hair drug test

ETG can detect up to 90 days prior consumption.  For more information call

510 491 5782

Multiple locations, Nationwide

Call for Appointment

(Request a free phone consultation)

650-669-6567

510-491-5782

Consolidated Health Management Team

(Northern California Drug Testing Clinic)’

  • 573 W. El Camino Real Mountain View, CA 94040 (Corporate Location
  • 26010 Eden Landing Road , Unit 1C, Hayward, CA 94545 

DOT and Non DOT drug test

Difference between DOT and Non DOT urine collection
DOT urine collection follows federal regulation protocols; however, the Non DOT is not. In DOT urine collection, the donor is required to provide 45 ml urine. The collector pours 30 ml of the urine in the specimen bottle and will be sealed by “A” label and 15 ml in another specimen bottle and will be sealed with “B” label.

Courtesy of:

Dr. Mersedeh Eghdami

Consolidated Health Management Team # 11

dba Northern California Drug Testing Clinic

Mountain View, CA 94040

650-669-6567

http://www.drugtestca.com

 

What is “Shy Bladder”

what is “Shy Bladder” drug testing
The term “shy bladder” refers to a situation when the employee does not provide a sufficient amount of urine (45 mL) for a DOT-required drug test. The collector explains to the employee the process for a shy bladder collection and urges the employee to drink up to 40 ounces of fluids, distributed reasonably through a period of up to three hours, or until the individual has provided a sufficient urine specimen, whichever occurs first. It is not a refusal to test if the employee declines to drink.

Courtesy of:

Dr. Mersedeh Eghdami

Consolidated Health Management Team # 11

dba Northern California Drug Testing Clinic

Mountain View, CA 94040

650-669-6567

http://www.drugtestca.com