Below are links to independent studies on SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring and transdermal alcohol testing.
Contingency Management for Alcohol Use Reduction: A pilot study using a transdermal alcohol sensor
Conducted by Brown University and funded by NIAAA, this study evaluates the effectiveness and use of CM – in conjunction with SCRAM – to measure and reduce alcohol use in heavy drinkers.
When Should Judges Use Alcohol Monitoring as a Sentencing Option in DWI Cases?
Published in Court Review (Vol. 44, 2009), this article summarizes the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) recidivism study, Effectiveness of the SCRAM Alcohol Monitoring Device: A Preliminary Test.”
Effectiveness of the SCRAM Alcohol Monitoring Device: A Preliminary Test
Commenced by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), this article reports the results of a preliminary study on how SCRAM affects recidivism.
Validity of Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring: Fixed and Self-Regulated Dosing
This University of Colorado scientific study evaluates the validity of transdermal assessment of alcohol concentration measured by a lightweight, noninvasive device.
Transdermal Testing Peer Review : A Survey of Studies, Research, Articles and Court Opinions
SCRAM Systems has compiled a comprehensive listing of articles, research, lab and field studies, and court documents that pertain to transdermal alcohol testing, as well as studies and articles that pertain to SCRAM. This listing can be used to validate the fact that transdermal testing and SCRAM have been studied and researched extensively.