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DrugCheck® Online Management System implemented

October 2008
OMS screen capture

Drug test administrators can now manage multiple aspects of their onsite drug testing program, including testing procedures, results management, and training with the DrugCheck® Online Management System (OMS). As the most powerful tool in the DrugCheck® OMS, the Results Management section of the web-based software allows users to upload scanned results from NxScan and Dip Test devices, record donor results, and refer back to past records on each drug test entered into the system. Administrators interested in reviewing the OMS can contact their DrugCheck® distributor for more information.

Health Canada License obtained

June 2008

The government of Canada recently issued a license (#77258) authorizing distribution in the country. With licensure under the name DrugCheck® Onsite Multi-Drug Drug of Abuse Test (urine), EDI is now able to market its products throughout Canada. For more information, feel free to contact EDI or visit the Health Canada website.

Copy/scan results for permanent record with
the new NxScan OnSite Drug Test Cup

May 2008

Drugcheck is pleased to announce the next generation of its onsite drug testing cup—the DrugCheck® NxScan OnSite cup:

  • Photocopy or scan results for permanent record (template included)
  • Cup lies flat on copier or scanner for clear copying or scanning
  • Results in 5 minutes
  • Lab accuracy
  • Simultaneous detection of up to 14 drugs, adulterants and/or alcohol
  • One drug per color-coded strip
  • Easy interpretation and better sensitivity

NxScan drug test cup images

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ISO 13485:2003

January 2008

We are pleased to announce our certification with ISO 13485:2003, the international standard for quality in medical devices and services.

As defined by the International Organization for Standardization:

ISO 13485:2003 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services.

CE Certification

December 2007

“CE” is an abbreviation for the French: “Conformité Européne.” Inclusion of CE marking indicates conformity with respect to European Union (EU) distribution standards. Certification allows manufacturers to freely distribute products throughout the 27-member EU market of nearly 500 million people.