Fundamentals of Sample Preparation used in Toxicology

$78.00

This course addresses sample preparation techniques that may be used for confirmatory testing of urine, blood and tissue specimens in forensic drug testing laboratories. All specimens with positive initial drug test results must be analyzed using a confirmatory drug test to identify and quantify the specific drug or drug metabolite. Specimens routinely undergo sample preparation prior to confirmatory analysis. This course covers sample pre-treatment techniques, extraction theory as well as both solid phase and liquid phase extraction techniques, and derivatization.

Course Type: On-Demand Presentation
Length: Approximately 75 minutes
Performance Requirement: This course is not graded; however, in-course questions will be used to ensure that participants understand the material and can apply theory to laboratory practice in drug testing.
Course Accreditation: Certificate of Attendance

Description

This course addresses sample preparation techniques that may be used for confirmatory testing of urine, blood and tissue specimens in forensic drug testing laboratories. All specimens with positive initial drug test results must be analyzed using a confirmatory drug test to identify and quantify the specific drug or drug metabolite. Specimens routinely undergo sample preparation prior to confirmatory analysis. This course covers sample pre-treatment techniques, extraction theory as well as both solid phase and liquid phase extraction techniques, and derivatization.