Li­te­ra­ture on the Ru­ma® Mar­ker-Sys­tem

Quod est demonstrandum.

The Ruma Marker-System is a scientific procedure, verified by numerous studies and confirmed in various expert opinions. Scientific backing is also provided in a vast number of publications.

On this page we would like to provide an overview of a range of published literature within the context of application of the Ruma Marker-System. Here you can find both our own content as well as information provided by external contributions.

Scientific literature

 

Pu­bli­Ca­tio­ns

 

Multiple scientific professional publications address the use and application of the Ruma® Marker-System. Here you find an overview of these papers, some of which we are making available as pdf downloads.

EX­PERT OPINI­ONS

 

We have compiled a selection of scientific papers and expert opinions for you with information on the fundamental principles of the Ruma® Marker-System and other relevant topics all around drug analysis, doping tests and the various matrices.

Legal As­pec­ts of the Ru­ma Mar­ker-Sys­tem

The polyethylene glycols used by us find applications in many domains as carrier substance, because they are neither metabolised by the body nor do they react with other substances. They are

 

  • not medicines
  • not medical devices
  • not diagnostic agents

 

Areas of application are, for example, cough syrup for children or sports ointments.

 

 

From a le­gal per­spec­ti­ve, this me­ans the fol­lo­wing:

  • No ap­pro­val is re­qui­red for a sub­s­tan­ce that can­not do any­thing and ex­hi­bits no ac­ti­vi­ty beyond "just be­ing the­re". Va­rious na­tio­nal and in­ter­na­tio­nal au­tho­ri­ties have con­fir­med this in wri­ting. This in­clu­des EMA at the Eu­rope­an le­vel and FDA/CDER for the USA.
  • The sa­me ap­plies to CE mar­king - so­me­thing we are as­ked about of­ten.
  • Sin­ce our PEGs don't do any­thing and have no abi­li­ties, they are not sub­ject to laws that for­bid in­ter­ven­ti­on with bo­dy func­tions du­ring drug tes­ting or make such in­ter­ven­ti­ons de­pen­dent on con­sent by the per­son to be tested. You can find mo­re in­for­ma­ti­on about this un­der our sec­tion Pe­nal Sys­tem and Pro­ba­ti­on Ser­vices.
  • With pregnant pa­ti­ents, the de­cis­i­on of whe­ther using the mar­ker is in­di­ca­ted lies with the trea­ting phy­si­ci­an.

 

Our state­ment of no ob­jec­tion re­gar­ding the po­ly­ethy­le­ne gly­cols we use in­clu­des all re­le­vant in­for­ma­ti­on on the le­gal clas­si­fi­ca­ti­on of the sub­s­tan­ces.

 

State­ment of no ob­jec­tion