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Quantisal Oral Fluid Collection Device

Quantisal Oral Fluid Collection Device

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Description
The Quantisal™ oral fluid collection devices were used in the 2007 and 2013 Roadside Surveys (PI: John Lacey) and in the Drug Crash Risk Study (PI: John Lacey) that took place in Virginia Beach, VA in 2010. Participants place the cotton swab beneath their tongue. The swab collects a sufficient oral fluid sample for laboratory testing. There is a volume adequacy indicator on the swab that turns blue when a sufficient amount of oral fluid has been collected. Users then place the oral fluid sample into a plastic transport container with stabilizing buffer solution in it. This is sent to a laboratory for testing results. Samples can be tested for a range of drugs, as well as alcohol.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Vial
vial
Physical Description
plastic (overall material)
Measurements
tube: 3 3/4 in x 11/16 in; 9.525 cm x 1.7145 cm
ID Number
2014.0301.15
catalog number
2014.0301.15
accession number
2014.0301
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Work and Industry: Transportation, Road
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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