Detecting Illicit Fentanyl in Newborns
Joseph Jones, Ph.D., NRCC-TC, Chief Operating Officer at USDTL discusses the toxicology of fentanyl in newborn umbilical cord tissue followed by a brief Q&A.
What You’ll Learn
- The advantages of using umbilical cord tissue for newborn toxicology.
- Does hospital-administered fentanyl show as positive at the 500 pg/g cutoff?
- What trends are we seeing with fentanyl in umbilical cord at USDTL?
- And more…
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- ToxTime: Understanding Toxicology Reports: Confirmations, Cutoffs, and the Quantitative Values
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