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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Q1: What are D-TEKT Kits?
A1: D-TEKTš Kits are urine, self drug testing kits for private use within the home or office.** You administer the collection and testing, thus laboratory, collection site, and physician office visits for drug and alcohol testing are not required, saving you time and money.**
Q2: Who uses D-TEKT Kits?
A2: D-TEKTš Kits are used by individuals, employees, parents, students, attorneys, employers, corporations, and governmental entities.
Q3: When are D-TEKT Kits used?
A3: D-TEKTš Kits are used in a variety of situations and environments, to determine the presence of illegal or abused drugs and/or alcohol in the human body.**
Q4: Where are D-TEKT Kits used?
A4: D-TEKTš Kits are used in a variety of environments, including the home, office, school, church, law office, and government office.
Q5: Why are D-TEKT Kits used?
A5: D-TEKTš Kits are used to determine the presence of illegal or abused drugs and/or alcohol in the human body.** Individuals, organizations, and entities have various reasons for using D-TEKTš Kits, including to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the individual(s) being tested and others around them.
Q6: I contact my doctor, Dr. Smith, for everything, including drug and alcohol testing. Why would I not contact my doctor for personal or familial drug and alcohol testing needs?
A6: Many times, medical doctors or family physicians are consulted first for personal or familial drug and alcohol testing needs without considering several important factors, including the purpose of testing, frequency of testing, cost of testing, and various alternatives for testing. An individual seeking drug and/or alcohol testing or treatment should first answer several questions: (1) What is the purpose of the drug and/or alcohol testing? (2) How frequently will drug and/or alcohol testing be required? (3) How much will the drug and/or alcohol testing cost me and my family? (4) What other alternatives are available for drug and/or alcohol testing besides visiting a medical doctor or family physician that will yield similar outcomes?
Individual circumstances differ, thus answers to questions (1), (2), (3), and (4) differ, and testing needs differ. Many times, individuals DO NOT need to consult or visit a medical doctor or family physician for drug and/or alcohol testing needs. In fact, other, comparable, more cost effective alternatives for drug and/or alcohol testing are available, including (a) self drug testing with DTEKTš Kits in the privacy of the home or office and (b) visiting a toxicologist, a specialist in drug and alcohol testing and the effects of drugs and alcohol on the human system.**
Q7: How do the costs of drug and/or alcohol testing at a
medical doctor or family physician office compare to the costs of drug and/or
alcohol testing through D-TEKT USA * 1985?
A7: Consider the following information provided by a small family physician practice in Fremont, Nebraska on May 1, 2008. Visiting a medical doctor or family physician will cost at least $94.00 per office visit, urine chemical or complete testing will cost between $12.00 and $15.00, clinical laboratory urine testing for drugs and/or alcohol will cost an additional $180.00, and reporting each positive drug will cost $30.00. The total cost for drug or alcohol testing at a medical doctor or family physician office will cost between $316.00 and $319.00, assuming only one positive drug is reported. The medical doctor or family physician possesses "little knowledge on drug and/or alcohol testing results," including interaction effects between illegal drugs and/or prescription drugs, and the effects of drugs and alcohol on the human system.
Purchasing a D-TEKTš Kit will cost between $7.50 and $15.00, depending on the D-TEKTš Kit purchased, plus $3.00 for shipping and handling. The total cost for drug or alcohol testing through D-TEKT USA * 1985 will cost between $10.50 and $18.00. Results are completely confidential, and reporting each positive drug will cost nothing.** In addition, with the D-TEKTš Kit, you have the option and convenience of speaking telephonically or via email correspondence with a board certified forensic toxicologist about collecting, administering, and interpreting the drug and/or alcohol test for no additional cost.** The D-TEKTš Kit is an exceptional value purchase.
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**All D-TEKTª Kits and the testing devices or diagnostic apparatuses contained therein only screen for a single drug, drugs, or alcohol. D-TEKTª Kits must be used responsibly, only in accordance with intended Product and/or Service use, and testing results should be interpreted with extreme caution and care. D-TEKTª Kits are disposable kits with a one and only one time use on one and only one urine specimen collected from one and only one human person at one and only one point in time. All urine specimens screened with D-TEKTª Kits and/or the testing devices or diagnostic apparatuses contained therein should be confirmed by another analytical method such as gas chromatography mass spectrometry (ÒGCMSÓ), and alternative explanations should be explored for any positive result. Confirmation services are available through Toxicology & Clinical Chemistry Laboratories, Incorporated, 11726 W. Dodge Road, Omaha, Nebraska 68154, for an additional cost or charge to you, the user or buyer, cost or charge to be determined solely by Toxicology & Clinical Chemistry Laboratories, Incorporated. Please call (402) 935-0401 or email email@example.com with questions pertaining to D-TEKTª Kits, testing devices contained therein, and confirmation services for urine specimens or for additional information.