The Q.E.D. Saliva Alcohol Test is the first FDA-cleared, CLIA-waived and DOT-approved point-of-care test for saliva alcohol.


  • 3 easy-step procedure
  • Results in 2 minutes
  • Built-in quality control

Proven Accuracy

  • >98% correlation to blood gas chromatography
  • Precise quantitative results (0-145 mg/dL)

Trusted and Reliable

  • FDA-cleared; CLIA-waived
  • DOT-approved
  • Accepted by major insurance carriers (CPT 80305)

Proven clinical lab accuracy at point-of-care

The Q.E.D.® test can be used as an accurate screen in place of blood tests. In clinical trials, saliva alcohol levels measured with the Q.E.D. tests demonstrated high correlation to blood analyzed by gas chromatography (r=0.98) 1 and produced no false positive or false negative results 2 .

Data on file. 1 Study conducted by Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine.

2 Study conducted by Rutgers University, Center of Alcohol Studies.

The Q.E.D. test is used for . . .

DOT and non-DOT worksite & occupational health testing Substance abuse and criminal justice

  • Random testing
  • Post-accident
  • Reasonable cause
  • Follow-up testing

Physician offices/emergency & trauma depts.

  • Risk-reduction testing
  • Pre-discharge
  • Admission screening
  • Seizure or unconscious patients
  • Compliance testing

Substance abuse and criminal justice

  • Testing upon admissions
  • Interventions
  • Counseling sessions
  • Random testing