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As a practicing toxicologist, Dr. Amitava Dasgupta is involved with the pre-employment drug testing at his own hospital and aptly shares his expertise in Beating Drug Tests and Defending Positive Results: A Toxicologist’s Perspective, which covers all major issues concerning how people try to beat drug tests and defend positive test results. In each chapter, extensive references are cited so that readers can access more information on a particular topic that may interest them. The book will undoubtedly prove helpful to toxicologists, medical technologists, pathologists, human resources professionals and anyone interested in workplace drug testing.
- Verlag: Humana Press
- Erscheinungstermin: 10.03.2010
- ISBN-13: 9781607615279
- Artikelnr.: 37344858
Chapter 1. Beating Drug Tests and Defending Positive Results: A General Overview
Chapter 2. Pharmacology of Commonly Abused Drugs
Chapter 3. Workplace Drug Testing: SAMHSA and Non-SAMHSA Drugs
Chapter 4. Diuretics, Flushing and Detoxifying Agents for Beating Urine Drug Tests: Are they effective?
Chapter 5. Household Chemicals and Internet Based products for Beating Urine Drug Tests: How to detect such Adulterants?
Chapter 6. How People Try to Beat Drugs Tests using Hair, Saliva and Sweat?
Chapter 7: Defending Positive Opiate and Marijuana Test Results.
Chapter 8. Defending Positive Cocaine Test: Handling paper Money Contaminated with Cocaine, Drinking Health Tea, Dentist Used Procaine etc.
Chapter 9. Defending Positive Amphetamine Results: Taking OTC Cold Medications, Taking Weight Loss Products, Using Vicks Inhaler
Chapter 10. Analytical True Positives in Workplace Drugs Testings Due to Use of Prescription and OTC Medications