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Fingerprint drug test video – introducing Intelligent Fingerprinting

Our fingerprint drug test video provides a quick introduction to the Intelligent Fingerprinting Drug Screening System and explains how it could simplify and improve drug testing programmes across many sectors.

World’s first portable fingerprint drug test

Our revolutionary new fingerprint drug test is the first of its kind in the world.  Portable and non-invasive the System works by collecting and analysing fingerprint sweat to detect tiny traces of drugs or drug metabolites to determine whether or not a person has consumed drugs.

It takes only a few seconds to collect a fingerprint sample onto the Intelligent Fingerprinting Cartridge, ready for analysis by the portable Intelligent Fingerprinting Reader 1000.

The Intelligent Fingerprinting 4-panel fingerprint drug test screens for opiates, cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines. Results are available in under 10 minutes.

Simplifying drug testing

In our fingerprint drug test video Intelligent Fingerprinting’s CEO, Dr Jerry Walker, explains how the company recognised the need for a convenient drug test which could be carried out at any time, without any special preparation.  Conventional drug tests require invasive samples, such as urine or saliva, which are bio-hazardous and may need gender-specific collectors for observed sample collection to minimise cheating, specially prepared collection areas, and clinical waste disposal facilities.

In contrast, the Intelligent Fingerprinting Drug Screening System is portable and easy-to-use. It’s non-invasive and samples are collected in seconds with results in under 10 minutes.

Dr Paul Yates outlines how the new fingerprint drug test could be of great benefit in many drug-screening situations, such as workplaces to establish fitness for duty; drug rehab clinics to help patients ‘stay on track’ with treatment; for spot checks in prisons and at the roadside; and to provide coroners with early intelligence relating to possible cause of death when a body arrives at the mortuary.

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