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Rapid drug screening.

American Bio Medica Corporation has added to its available point-of-collection drug screens with the introduction of Rapid TOX, a screen in a horizontal cassette platform. Users of this screen drop a urine specimen into a channel in the cassette, or the cassette itself can be dipped into a specimen. Rapid TOX is compatible with American Bio Medica's Rapid Reader[TM], the company's drug screen result interpretation and data management system.

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Rapid TOX is designed to provide accurate test results within minutes. American Bio Medica's products also include the urine testing products Rapid Drug Screen, Rapid ONE[R], Rapid TEC[R], and RDS[R] InCup[TM] and the oral fluid testing product OralStat[R]. More information about American Bio Medica products can be found at www.abmc.com.
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Title Annotation:Addiction Professional Monitor
Publication:Addiction Professional
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2006
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