5 Panel Urine Drug Test Cup W/O THC
This Test is a comprehensive integrated urine drug testing cup!
- Detects 5 of the most common illegal drugs in urine
- THC has been eliminated because some states have legalized it for medical & recreational use
- FDA 510k approved & CLIA Waived – (certifies the drug testing device passes FDA standards)
- No handling or manipulation of urine needed to activate testing
- Perfect test kit for pre-employment, students, and medical personnel
- Open the foil pouch and remove the test device
- Remove the cap from the test device
- Have the donor collect his or her urine specimen in the cup to the recommended volume
- The cup does all the work! In Just 5 minutes, simply remove the privacy label revealing the results indicating whether the following drugs are present in the donor…cut off levels are established by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):
The list of drugs detectable with this test are as follows:
AMP- Amphetamine, 1000 ng/ml – Adderall/Ritalin
COC– Cocaine, 300 ng/ml – Crack
mAMP– Methamphetamine, 1000 ng/ml – Meth/Crystal/MDMA
MOP– Opiate, 300 ng/ml – Heroin/Morphine/Codeine
OXY– Oxycodone, 100 ng/ml – OxyContin/Percocet/Vicodin
Positive: A rose-pink band is visible in each control region and NO color band appears in the appropriate test region. It indicates a positive result for the corresponding drug of that specific test zone.
Negative: A rose-pink band is visible in each control region and the appropriate test region. It indicates that the concentration of the corresponding drug of that specific test zone is zero or below the detection limit of the test.
Invalid test result:
If a color band is not visible in the control region or the color band is only visible in the test region, the test result is invalid. Another test should be run to re-evaluate the specimen.
The urine drug cup detection test is ideal for testing employees, students or family members in private, medical offices, government, corporate, pain centers, healthcare facilities, and inmates in law enforcement facilities, probation situations, rehabilitation centers and clinics.