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Oral fluid specimen collections

Oral fluid drug test collections

Oral-Eze® oral fluid drug test collections are simple and non-invasive to perform and are typically conducted by the employer at the workplace. This offers a number of important benefits to both donors and employers including: 

Observed, tamper-resistant collections

Oral fluid testing requires a small sample that is collected under direct supervision without any invasion of privacy. Because collections are observed, oral fluid testing is considered a tamper-resistant screening method in that it’s difficult for a donor to cheat or adulterate their specimen.  Also, the Oral-Eze sample adequacy window helps collectors know when they have collected a sufficient amount of oral fluid.

Convenient, on-site collections maximize productivity

Oral fluid collections are simple to perform and are typically conducted at the place of employment, eliminating collection fees and reducing lost productivity. For more on how to perform an Oral-Eze collection, take our online oral fluid specimen collection training.

Simple collections

Donors are sometimes unable to void enough urine to be tested in an urine drug screen. Other donors lack the necessary hair to have a hair drug screen performed. But oral fluid is commonly simpler to provide as most every donor is able to provide a sufficient quantity to be tested. Oral fluid drug test collections also help to eliminate gender-based collection site issues or potential invasions of privacy.

We have a number of tools to help you and your collectors better perform your oral fluid collections using Oral-Eze such as step-by-step collection instructions.

Download our white paper about marijuana detection using oral fluid testing. We examine trends in detection by drug test type, positivity rates in states with recreational marijuana use laws, and drug screening using Oral-Eze.


View the Oral-Eze collection instructions and package insert.

Download our white paper featuring an Oral-Eze collection time study.

Download our Oral-Eze brochure or read our FAQs.