Urine ETOH Alcohol

Ethyl alcohol is an intoxicating ingredient found in beer, wine and liquor. Alcohol is produced by the fermentation of yeast, sugars and starches. Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant that is rapidly absorbed from the stomach into the bloodstream. Alcohol is metabolized in the liver but the liver can only metabolize a small amount of alcohol at a time, leaving the excess alcohol to circulate throughout the bloodstream. The immediate effects of alcohol on the body are directly related to the amount consumed. Individual reactions to alcohol vary and are influenced by many factors such as age, gender and the amount of food consumed before drinking.

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Customers that request alcohol testing may be in a program that requires them to have this test. It is sometimes used by the court system for persons who may have had a DUI in the past. Employers that have a Zero Tolerance alcohol usage policy may be interested in this test, as well as employers that have substance abuse programs in place that require enrollees to be tested.

This test can give you a look back for several days on alcohol ingestion, so it is also frequently used by parents who are interested in finding out if their child has ingested alcohol recently. You may also consider this as part of the Trust But Verify accountability program.

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FAQs

Am I required to fast?
No
Is a doctor's order required?
No. You do not need to provide a doctor's order to get lab testing done at Any Lab Test Now.
When will I get my test results?
When the drug screen is performed in the laboratory, the drug screen results take 24 to 48 business hours after specimen collection. If the drug screen is non-negative, the result and specimen will then need to be confirmed. Confirmation takes an additional 48 to 72 business hours after the screen is completed.
Do I need to make an appointment?
No. You can walk in for same day testing. We make it easy for you by offering work-friendly hours.
If I have questions about my tests results who should I contact?
We recommend you share your results with your physician.