Tag: Cut-offs

Cut-off matters in drug testing!

In drug testing, “Cut-off” is a value which the results obtained in the analysis are compared against. When results are below the cutoff, they are considered as “Not Detected “or” Negative “, and when  above they are considered” Detected “or” Positive

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Cansford Labs guidelines for drug testing in the workplace – Part 2

Understanding cut-off When testing drugs in urine, saliva or hair samples, results are evaluated against established “cut-offs” for each of these type of sample before the issue of certificate of analysis. “Cut-off” is a value which the results obtained in the analysis

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Understanding “cut-offs” in drug testing

Why a result may be reported as “Not detected” even though the individual has taken some drugs When testing drugs in urine, saliva or hair samples, results are evaluated against “cut-offs” for each of these type of samples for interpretation before

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