Biological Monitoring - the practice of using biological fluids to determine the exposure and effect of exposure upon the individual
Biological Monitoring - the practice of using biological fluids to determine the exposure and effect of exposure upon the individual. Blood and urine is collected, tested by various efficient and effective analytical methods to aid a companies medical professional to treat an exposed person. The results of this type of analysis when combined with other medical services and evaluations will provide the employee and medical professional with information to aid in the overall protective programs.
Medical Surveillance - blood and urine is collected then analyzed to determine the health of the employee, unlike Biological Monitoring where we are determining the exposure to a hazardous material.
Drug Testing - NIDA/SAMHSA certified testing is provided for DOT and other mandated drug program analysis. Urine is analyzed to assist requesting employers and agencies in their quest to have a drug free workplace and environment.
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring - New service available.
Pacific Toxicology Laboratories, 6314 B 28th NW, Seattle, WA 98107. Tel: 206-781-7045; Fax: 206-781-8526.