QuickScreen

QuickScreen

Substance abuse An OTC test for home testing of urine for drugs of abuse–cocaine, marijuana, opiates, amphetamine, and PCP; a positive result indicates the presence of one or more of these drugs. See Drug of abuse.
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QuickScreen is in late stage development and is anticipated to be available for use in several European countries in early 2014.
QuickScreen is able to detect the presence of the Z protein that is responsible for over 95% of severe AAT deficiency cases within 15 minutes.
QuickScreen will lead to improved patient outcomes by reducing the time and number of physicians it takes to make an accurate and timely diagnosis.
QuickScreen Touch Pad -- A simple user interface via the LCD touch screen presents all frequently used functions on a single screen.
The agreement establishes a licensing and royalty arrangement under which Phamatech will continue to market its Quickscreen line of products for drugs-of-abuse testing, and ABMC will be paid a percentage of revenues.
In the injunction motion, ABMC is asking the court to temporarily prohibit distribution of Phamatech's Quickscreen and identical products bearing different names, all of those products are onsite tests for drugs of abuse, which ABMC alleges infringes on its design patent granted to ABMC for its Rapid Drug Screen(TM) onsite test for drugs of abuse.
20, 1998--Phamatech, a San Diego-based provider of rapid personal and clinical diagnostic testing devices, received Food and Drug Administration clearance Friday for QuickScreen At Home Drug Test, the first-ever over-the-counter test for drugs of abuse.
QuickScreen comes in two models: one tests for cocaine, marijuana, opiates, amphetamine and phencyclidine (PCP); the other tests for cocaine, marijuana, opiates, amphetamine and methamphetamine.