Can I Pass An ETG Test After 100 Hours?


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James Parnell Profile
James Parnell answered
You may be fine, but this will depend on how quickly your body processes alcohol - and this will depend on factors such as: Your weight, age, gender, the amount you drank and your body's rate of metabolism.

ETG tests can be accurate up to 120 hours after you last had a drink, but the factors above will also contribute to how reliable the test is.

I would say you have about a 50/50 chance of passing this particular test. 

ETG test after 100 hours...
  • ETG (ethyl glucuronide) tests are normally used to check the alcohol consumption levels of individuals who may be prohibited from drinking alcohol by the courts or by their employer.
  • The test looks for the presence of ethyl glucuronide in the urine, which makes it more sensitive and accurate than a standard urine test.
  • Traditional urine screenings can only find traces of alcohol for up to twelve hours after it was last consumed.
  • Alcohol can also be detected in a blood test. This method of screening can find traces of the substance for up to twelve hours after it was consumed.
  • Mouth swab tests will also be able to look for alcohol traces. Alcohol remains within the saliva for up to five days after consumption.
  • Hair follicle screenings are used when a test requires a longer drug history. This method can find most drugs three months after they were taken.
Muhammad Nadeem Profile
Muhammad Nadeem answered
Yes, chances are that you may pass the ETG test after 100 hours because this test can detect alcohol consumption up to 80 hours.

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