Blood

It is good practice to request a sample of blood for drug/alcohol analysis when the incident has occurred in the preceding 4 days. A single sample of 10 mL of venous blood should be placed in a container with an anticoagulant (e.g., potassium oxalate) and a preservative that prevents decomposition and fermentation (e.g., sodium fluoride) for drug and alcohol analysis. If volatiles are suspected, a portion of blood must be collected into a container with an intrinsic rubber bung to enable the dead space above the blood to be analyzed.

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