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Drug Testing Facts
standard cutoff levels of nicotine in
a Enzyme Multiple Immunoassay Test (EMIT) and
Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (GC MS)
A rose-pink band is visible in each control
zone. No color band appearing in the appropriate test
zone indicates a positive result for the corresponding
drug of that specific test zone.
A rose-pink band is visible in each control zone and
the appropriate test zone, indicating that the concentration
of the corresponding drug of that specific test zone
is below the detection limit of the test.
If a color band is not visible in each of the control
zones, the test is invalid. Another test should be run
to re-evaluate the specimen.
drug tests are very common for both health and insurance
purposes. Although nicotine is legal, some companies
offer benefits to their employees and customers who
are nicotine free. Nicotine drug tests are conducted
in a one step immunoassay for the detection of cotinine,
the major metabolite of nicotine in human urine and
blood, at a cut-off concentration of 200 ng/ml. Nicotine
is one of the most heavily used addictive drugs in the
United States. Cigarette smoking has been the most popular
method of taking nicotine since the beginning of the
20th century. In 1998, 60 million Americans were current
cigarette smokers (28 percent of all Americans aged
12 and older), and 4.1 million were between the ages
of 12 and 17 (18 percent of youth in this age bracket).
1989, the U.S. Surgeon General issued a report that
concluded that cigarettes and other forms of tobacco,
such as cigars, pipe tobacco, and chewing tobacco, are
addictive and that nicotine is the drug in tobacco that
causes addiction. In addition, the report determined
that smoking was a major cause of stroke and the third
leading cause of death in the United States.