Detecting Alcohol Use with ETG Test Strips

Detecting Alcohol Use with ETG Test Strips

Alcohol testing is an important part of keeping workplaces and public areas safe and secure. One of the most commonly used methods for alcohol testing is the Ethyl Glucuronide (ETG) test strip.

ETG urine test strips work by detecting the presence of ETG, which is a direct metabolite of ethanol, in a sample of urine. When consumed, alcohol is broken down in the body and the metabolites, including ETG, are excreted in the urine. The ETG urine test strips are able to detect this metabolite, which can indicate the presence of alcohol in the body.

ETG test strips are a simple, quick, and cost-effective way to detect and measure the amount of alcohol in a person’s body. The test strips are easy to use and can detect alcohol levels in the body up to 80 hours after the last drink. The ETG test strips from Zoom Testing have an industry-standard cut off of 500mg/Ml

ETG test strips are used in many settings, including workplaces, the military, and probation officers. They are an effective way to detect the presence of alcohol in a person’s system, even if it has been several days since the last drink. The test strips are also useful for monitoring a person’s alcohol consumption over time, which can be beneficial in recovery programs and other types of rehabilitation.

ETG test strips are highly accurate and provide a cost-effective way to monitor alcohol consumption levels. They are an important tool for keeping workplaces, schools, and public areas safe and free from the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption.

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Zoom Testing is a leading UK drug testing company and a supplier of Drug Test Kits.

This post was originally published in January 2015 and has been updated since.

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