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Urine Drug Screens: Emergency Setting Vs Outpatient Practice

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Post  Admin on Sat Apr 21, 2012 12:34 pm

Urine Drug Screens: Emergency Setting Vs Outpatient Practice


Hi Friends.
Check these two videos on role of Urine Drug Screens in emergency and outpatient practice. Very informative and educational.

(1) Video presentation on "Drug of Abuse in Emergency Psychiatry".
Presented by: Kathryn Weibrecht, MD, Toxicology Fellow

This presentation focuses on:
(a) Analysis methods used in Drug screening (Initial Screening Vs Confirmatory Screening)
(b) Amphetamines:Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive
(c) Benzodiazepines: Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive & false negative
(d) Cannabinoids: Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive, Passive exposure and adulteration of urine by patients
(e) Cocaine: Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive, Passive exposure
(f) Opioids: Classification, Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive and false positive, Screening fr Heroin use
(g) Phencyclidine (PCP): Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive
(h) TCAs: Targets of drug screening, Drugs responsible for false positive
(i) Barbiturates: Targets of drug screening

Here is the link:--> http://quantiamd.com/player/rmxdqty?cid=1194&u=ypikhbaum

You will receive 1.0 CME CAT Credit on completion of this video presentation.


(2) Video presentation on "Urine Drug Testing in the Office Practice".

This presentation focuses on:
(a) Purpose of UDS in outpatient practice
(b) Whom and When to test your patients
(c) Frequency of testing
(d) Importance of Immunoassay drug testing vs Chromatographic drug testing

Here is the link:--> http://www.quantiamd.com/player/tbmskgjd?u=ypikhbaum


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