Urine Alcohol Tests
Urine alcohol tests determine if a person has been drinking in the recent past. Urine Alcohol Tests, including EtG tests which have a longer look back period than a basic urine screening, are typically used in situations when the person is required to be abstinent, either permanently or over a specified period of time. A positive result on a urine test does not necessarily indicate current intoxication. Rather, a positive result would indicate the consumption of alcohol over the recent period of time specified by the type of assessment. A basic urine alcohol tests the prior 12 hours, whereas a test checks the prior 70 to 80 hours, i.e., the prior 3 days.
Health Street's 5000+ locations nationwide provide basic urine alcohol tests and EtG exams, as well as many versions of these tests that combine drug and alcohol detection in a single screening. Register at (888) 378-2499 or online.