EtG/EtS Urine Alcohol Testing
Monitor Recent Intoxication with the 80 Hour Alcohol Test
EtG/EtS urine alcohol testing is a way of detecting traces of alcohol when an individual has consumed it within the past 3to5 days, or 80 or so hours. EtG/EtS urine alcohol testing is by far the most common method for detecting recent to mid-range alcohol use.
At FastestLabs®, we offer highly accurate alcohol testing in our clean, state-of-the-art lab facilities. Our certified collectors adhere to the strictest industry standards to ensure a secure chain of custody and we conduct all our testing services with speed, confidentiality, and with accuracy in mind. Whether you need, random testing, court-admissible results, or DOT-certified procedures, you can rely on Fastest Labs for accurate results, fast.
Contact us at (210) 361-7778 to learn more about our various alcohol testing methods!
How Does EtG/EtS Urine Alcohol Testing Work?
EtG and EtS are both metabolites that are left behind when the body processes alcohol. EtG and EtS typically appear in an individual’s urine after about a day and can be detected for about 3 to 5 days after alcohol has been consumed. Importantly, EtG and EtS are not present if alcohol has not been consumed, meaning there is no chance of a test returning a false positive. This is especially important for tests in which the use of alcohol is especially significant, including court-administered or parole-mandated tests.
Some of the many benefits of this method of alcohol testing include:
- Increased accuracy
- Fast results
- No false positives
- 80-hour alcohol detection
- Court-admissible results
At Fastest Labs, we are committed to providing top-quality alcohol testing for all our clients. We can even assist you in creating and implementing an ongoing alcohol policy for your employees. No matter your alcohol testing needs, we provide certified results, accurate analysis, and secure sample collection. Our friendly, knowledgeable team is ready to answer your questions throughout the entire process.
Give us a call at (210) 361-7778 today to find out how we can help you with EtG/EtS urine alcohol testing.