Sweat Patch Drug Test System

Continuous Monitoring for Seven Days

The Sweat Patch drug test system is designed to be worn for seven days. The sweat patch consists of a collector pad held in place by a strong adhesive film. If the subject uses drugs while wearing the patch, a small portion of the drug and/or drug metabolite is excreted in the sweat and absorbed into the collector pad. The sweat patch provides continuous monitoring for the entire time the subject wears the patch.

 

Resists Tampering and Adulteration

None of the common methods used to defeat urine drug testing are effective with the sweat patch. Drinking fluids and ingesting cleansers have no effect on the sweat patch. High Times magazine gave the sweat patch an unintentional endorsement when it advised readers to avoid wearing the patch if possible.

 

Includes Laboratory GC/MS Confirmation Testing

All sweat patches are analyzed by a certified laboratory. Cut-off levels correspond to levels of detection in urine. Non-negative screening results are confirmed using the gold-standard GC/MS methodology to produce evidential-quality results. The sweat patch has a long history of successful defenses against court challenges.

Test medium

Sweat

Format

Absorbent collector pad

Cut-off levels

 

Cocaine

10 ng/ml

PCP

7.5 ng/ml

Opiates

10 ng/ml

Heroin

10 ng/ml

Morphine

10 ng/ml

Amphetamines

10 ng/ml

Methamphetamine

10 ng/ml

THC

0.5 ng/ml

 

 
   

STEP 1

Apply patch to upper arm or torso

STEP 2

After a week or longer, carefully remove the patch

STEP 3

Send patch to laboratory for analysis. Lab transmits results within two days of receipt of patch.

 

 

Workplace Treatment Facilities Law Enforcement Schools Corrections Personal Use
  • Continuous monitoring for seven days
  • Patch stays on through showers, swimming, workouts
  • Resists tampering and adulteration
  • Includes laboratory GC/MS confirmation of positive results
Price $42.00
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