nicotine test

nicotine test

An obsolete test of historical interest in which a subject smoked a standard number of cigarettes; the nicotine would stimulate vasopressin (ADH—antidiuretic hormone) production in normal subjects but not in those with diabetes insipidus.
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The Wilcoxon signed-rank test compared radon and airborne nicotine test results from baseline to 15 months.
"The animal selected should also be put to nicotine test, cocaine test before a certificate of suitability of the bulls to participate in the event is issued by the authorities," one of the guidelines stated.
The amount of cotinine in the saliva of participants was measured using the NicAlert saliva nicotine test, purchased from Craig Medical Distribution Inc., CA, USA.
"I even offered to take a nicotine test at a pharmacy to show I am a non-smoker."
Humana won't hire smokers and requires a nicotine test for candidates.
They also offer nicotine test kits, pregnancy test kits and urine adulteration detection testing kits.
Scotts fired Rodrigues when the nicotine test came back positive.
Four employees from Weyco, a firm that manages benefit plans for workers on behalf of other companies, were sacked in January after refusing to take a nicotine test on whether they had smoked since a deadline of January 1, this year.
Of the 24 families who returned a readable airborne nicotine test kit, 9 (38%) tested at or above .1 [micro]g/[m.sup.3].
Four employees from Weyco, a firm that manages benefit plans for workers on behalf of other companies were shown the door in January after refusing to take a nicotine test on whether they had smoked since a deadline of January 1, this year.
Burjeel and Medeor Hospitals, collaborating on the campaign will provide free nicotine tests for residents throughout the month of June.
After positive nicotine tests, families will be notified but therapy won't be required, she said.