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  • Join us at NAME 2019, Kansas City

    A recent report in The Guardian stated that opioid overdoses in the US increased by 30% in a 14-month period between 2016 – 2017. Following 142,000 US hospital overdoses between July 2016
  • Screening in the Emergency Department

    On a global scale, emergency departments have been providing critical access to the health care system for many years, however, more recently visits to the emergency department has been an opportunity to
  • Randox Toxicology – Evidence MultiSTAT

    Using our revolutionary Biochip Array Technology (BAT), the Evidence MultiSTAT is an automated analyser that enables on-site simultaneous detection of up to 21 classical, prescription and synthetic drugs from a single sample.
  • Prescription Drugs – UK

    Health chiefs within the UK are worried that hundreds of thousands of people are becoming addicted to prescription drugs.  A Public Health England Review found that a quarter of adults were using
  • TIAFT 2019

    Joao Matias of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction has stated that “Cocaine use is going up”. Britons use more cocaine than almost any other country in Europe. In
  • IACP DAID 2019

    According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 11.8 million people aged 16 and older drove under the influence of illicit drugs in 2016. This survey also found that men
  • AACC 2019

    Randox will be attending the annual American Association for Clinical Chemistryfrom August 4th – 8th in Anaheim, CA. Drop by our stand to see live demonstrations of our Evidence MultiSTAT – including data which confirms the MultiSTAT
  • Drug Related Deaths – Scotland

    In the past year, Scotland’s drug related deaths have increased dramatically by 27%. Almost levelling the fatality rate per capita with the US. The latest figures showed the majority of fatalities was
  • International Day Against Drug Abuse

    From the 7th of December 1987, the general Assembly of the United Nations formally made the 26th of June an international day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking as a symbol to
  • Scotland: Zero Tolerance

    Scotland is set to introduce a new “zero tolerance” policy to those caught driving under the influence of drugs. Ministers in Scotland want to make it easier for police officers to target