At Intelligent Fingerprinting, we’ve always been at the forefront of innovation in the drug testing industry. Our passion for creating efficient, accurate, and dignified methods has led us to develop the DSR-Plus Reader. Today, we’re excited to take you on a journey through the features and benefits of this state-of-the-art device.
One of the core principles that drives our innovation is user-friendliness. With the DSR-Plus Reader, we’ve ensured that the drug testing process is as straightforward as possible. Once fingerprints are collected onto our specially designed Drug Screening Cartridge, users are seamlessly guided through a series of on-screen instructions. Insert the cartridge into the DSR-Plus, and within just 10 minutes, you’re presented with clear, on-screen results for each drug in the test.
While we pride ourselves on the speed and efficiency of the DSR-Plus, we never compromise on accuracy. It’s worth noting that the DSR-Plus provides preliminary results. As with all point-of-care tests, we always recommend a follow-up laboratory confirmation test if a positive result is indicated. This dual approach ensures the utmost reliability of our testing process.
For those keen on understanding the intricacies of our technology, we’ve prepared a step-by-step video that showcases the entire fingerprint drug screening process. From sample collection to the unveiling of results, this video will highlight the unique features that make the DSR-Plus Reader a game-changer in the industry.
The DSR-Plus Reader is more than just a product for us; it’s a reflection of our dedication to revolutionising drug testing. Whether it’s for workplace screenings, rehabilitation centres, or any other scenario, we believe in making the process efficient and dignified.
As we continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible in drug testing, we invite you to check back soon for our next piece on “How to Use the Fingerprint Drug Screening Cartridges.” We’re confident it’ll provide you even more insights into the world of fingerprint drug testing.