Detection of Δ9 THC in oral fluid following vaporized cannabis with varied cannabidiol (CBD) content: an evaluation of two point-of-collection testing devices

New publication out now, examining the accuracy of two commonly used point-of-collection testing devices in detecting oral fluid THC. Tests were performed at fixed intervals over 3 hours, yielding a total of over 300 tests. Both devices produces a surprisingly high number of false positives and false negatives. By 180 min, all samples contained less than 10 ng/mL THC. Neither device met recommended criterion for sensitivity and accuracy.

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