Benzodiazepines, most commonly known as the prescription drugs, Xanax®, Valium®, Halcion®, Ativan® and Klonopin®, can be very helpful to those who need it. Unfortunately this medication has a high risk of dependency and can lead to abuse. Join our Chief Product Officer, Eric Malis, for another LIVE recorded educational webinar about the commonly prescribed yet commonly abused depressant. Learn about the importance and dangers of Benzodiazepine and how and why you should be testing for it.
Most of us have probably heard something in the news about Xylazine. The powerful veterinary sedative and anesthetic, often referred to as “Tranq” on the street, is becoming more commonly abused across the US. In this recorded live session, Chief Product Officer, Eric Malis, will talk about why this is important, things you should know, and what you can do to detect use and help fight this new emerging threat.
Often thrown away or forgotten, the Product Insert holds key information to understanding how to properly use an instant diagnostic test and so much more. Join Chief Product Officer, Eric Malis, in another live webinar as he unlocks the power of the product insert and guides you through the important information it has to offer. Make sure you don’t throw this one away.
The state of designer opioids is an ever changing landscape. When it comes to powerful street drugs such as designer opioids it is important to understand what is being produced and what to look out for. Chief Product Officer takes a deep dive into understanding current trends of designer opioids.
Adulteration is an issue that most have encountered at one time or another in drugs of abuse management programs. Patients, or donors, sometimes go to great lengths to adulterate a specimen in an attempt to avoid a positive test result. In this video, Chief Product Officer, Eric Malis, discusses the importance of using and reading adulteration test strips correctly along with a hands on demonstration.
In the latest NTS-U Webinar, join Chief Product Office, Eric Malis in a discussion about drugs of abuse commonly found at gas stations, convenience stores, and smoke shops; most of which are in legal gray areas.