Are They Drinking?

TADTS will help you find out.

EtG is a direct metabolite of alcohol (ethanol). Its presence in urine may be used to detect recent ethanol ingestion, even after ethanol is no longer measurable. The presence of EtG in urine is an indicator that ethanol was ingested and can be detected in urine for up to 80 hours after ingestion. EtG is only evident when ethanol is ingested and is not produced as a result of fermentation.

The Benefits of Using EtG test:

  • Detects recent usage more accurately and for a longer period of time than standard testing
  • Ideal for zero tolerance and abstinence situations
  • Strong indicator of alcohol ingestion within the previous 3 to 4 days
  • EtG is only evident when alcohol is consumed and is not produced as a result of fermentation
  • Allows monitoring in alcohol treatment programs
  • Acts as an early warning system to detect trends towards relapse
  • Tests are performed by LC/MS/MS on state of the art equipment for accuracy and reliability
  • 24 TO 36 hour turnaround time from receipt of specimen
  • EtG may be run on urine specimens in conjunction with other drug testing panels