Urine Specimen Collection
Breath Alcohol Testing
Hair Follicle Drug Test
AMS is a provider of urine drug testing services. We conduct urine drug analyses in accordance with DOT requirements. Testing of non-regulated specimens is conducted using comparable stringent protocols.
Our strategically located facility offers a full range of testing services and provides prompt turnaround time.
Standard urine drug testing panels range from 5 drugs to 10 drugs. Specimen validity testing is available to detect adulterants or specimen substitution resulting from a donor's attempts to mask drug use.
Easy to operate
Fuel cell accuracy
Designed for both law enforcement and workplace testing
Many optional configurations including pass/warn/fail
External breath path eliminates breath condensation inside the unit
The Intoxilyzer 400 is fully automatic and features a highly accurate, simple operation.
Results are displayed in seconds and can be automatically printed. The Intoxilyzer 400 appears on the NHTSA Conforming Products List. It has standard memory for 500 test results, and optional memory is available for up to 5,000 test results. With optional software packages, the I-400 can be connected to a PC for data download or for conducting tests
with full data entry capability.
A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination is conducted by a licensed "medical examiner." The term includes, but is not limited to, doctors of medicine (MD), doctors of osteopathy (DO), physician assistants (PA), advanced practice nurses (APN), and Doctors of Chiropractic (DC).
A DOT physical exam is valid for up to 24 months. The medical examiner may also issue a medical examiner's certificate for less than 24 months when it is desirable to monitor a condition, such as high blood pressure.
Hair drugs of abuse testing offers up to a 90-day window for detection of drug use prior to the test date and a convenient collection process that can be performed almost anywhere.
The collector obtains a 100-milligram sample of hair (90 to 120 strands)
cut at the scalp. The collector secures the hair sample in foil and
completes chain-of-custody documentation in preparation for shipment
to the testing laboratory. Since hair samples are obtained in full view of
the collector, the process minimizes the likelihood of sample adulteration or specimen substitution
Blood tests are done to help make a medical diagnosis. Symptoms generally lead to blood tests and radiographs, depending on the situation. Blood tests are a key step in the evaluation. Blood tests interpretation should be done by a medical professional.
The normal values for blood tests can be different from lab to lab. Blood tests can have false positives and false negatives. Interpretation of blood tests takes knowledge of the underlying disease process and experience.
Blood tests should be interpreted by health care providers. Sometimes blood tests need to be confirmed if there is a question about the reliability of the result.
- DOT Drug Screening
- NON DOT Drug Screening
- Breath Alcohol Testing
- Hair Specimen Collection
- Urine Drug Screening
- Instant Urine Testing
- Oral Fluids Drug Testing
- Blood Testing
- DOT Physical Exams
- Pre-Placement Physical Exams
- Forensic Point of Collection
- Vision Screens
- Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT)
- Cardiac Testing: EKG
- Vital Signs
- General Medical Exams
- Return to Work Evaluation
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