Alcohol Breast Milk Tests Instructions for Use
PREGMATE Alcohol Breast Milk Tests detect the presence of alcohol at a level of 20 mg/dL or greater in breast milk. The test consists of plastic strip with a reactive test pad attached to the tip. The test pad will change color on contact with breast milk that contains alcohol.
Open the pouch and remove the test
Saturate test pad with breast milk
- Express milk directly onto test pad OR dip test pad in small portion of milk from a pumped sample collected in a clean, dry container.
- Remove test strip after 3 seconds.
- Discard milk.
2. Tap excess breast milk off test pad.
3. Wait exactly 2 minutes.
4. Read test results by comparing test pad to the Color Card.
Read results in 2 minutes
READING THE RESULTS
Positive: The test will produce a color change in the presence of alcohol in breast milk. The results will show the concentration of alcohol in milk in a scale from 0.02% to 0.30%. This is represented by the intensity of the blue color which ranges from light blue (0.02%) to dark blue (0.30%). Please, use the provided scale for more detailed reference. The test may produce colors that appear to be between adjacent color examples.
Negative: When the test shows no color change this should be interpreted as a negative result indicating that alcohol has not been detected.