14 Panel Drug Test Cup with EDDP & 6 Adulterants - Identify Health CLIA Waived
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Identify Health - 14 Panel point of care drug test cup with EDDP and 6 Adulterations - POCT
The current expiration date for this drug test cup is on or better than: FEBRUARY 16, 2025
Ships same day if by 3pm EST. Signature required delivery.
- CLIA Waived
- FDA 510(K) Cleared
- Over The Counter OTC Cleared
- Urine temperature strip included
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AMP - Amphetamines 500 ng/mL
BAR - Barbiturates 300 ng/mL
BZO - Benzodiazepines 300 ng/mL
BUP - Buprenorphine 10 ng/mL
COC - Cocaine 150 ng/mL
MDMA - Ecstasy 500 ng/mL
THC - Marijuana 50 ng/mL
MTD - Methadone 300 ng/mL
EDDP - Methadone Metabolite 300 ng/mL (Replaces PPX, a drug which is no longer produced or prescribed the USA)
MET - Methamphetamines 500 ng/mL
OPI300 - Opiates / Morphine 300 ng/mL
OXY - Oxycodone 100 ng/mL
PCP - Phencyclidine 25 ng/mL
TCA - Tricyclic Antidepressants 1,000 ng/mL
CR - Creatinine
GL - Glutaraldehyde
pH - Acidic or Alkaline
NI - Nitrite
OX - Oxidants
SG - Specific Gravity
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The Identify Health 14 Panel Drug Test Cup with 6 Adulterations is a comprehensive and advanced drug testing solution designed to analyze urine specimens for the presence of multiple prescription medications or illicit narcotic drugs. This drug test cup combines the detection of 14 commonly abused or prescribed drugs with the ability to identify potential adulterations in the urine sample, ensuring accurate and reliable results.
The 14 panel drug test cup covers a wide range of drugs, including commonly abused substances such as AMP - Amphetamines 500 ng/ml, BAR - Barbiturates 300 ng/ml, BUP - Buprenorphine 10 ng/ml, BZO - Benzodiazepines 300 ng/ml, COC - Cocaine 150 ng/ml, EDDP - Methadone Metabolite 300 ng/mL, MDMA - Ecstasy 500 ng/ml, MET - Methamphetamines 500 ng/ml, MTD - Methadone 300 ng/mL, OPI / MOP - Morphine / Opiates 300 ng/ml, OXY - Oxycodone 100 ng/ml, PCP - Phencyclidine 25 ng/ml, TCA - Tricyclic Antidepressants 1,000 ng/mL, THC - Cannabinoid (Marijuana) 50 ng/ml. By including these panels, the test can provide a comprehensive analysis of the most frequently abused drugs, making it suitable for various testing purposes, including employment screening, probation monitoring, and clinical diagnostics.
In addition to the drug panels, the Identify Health 14 Panel Drug Test Cup incorporates six adulteration tests. Adulterants are substances that individuals may add to their urine samples in an attempt to mask the presence of drugs or manipulate the results. By including adulteration tests, this drug test cup can identify common adulterants, ensuring the integrity and validity of the collected urine specimen.
The six adulteration tests included in the Identify Health 14 Panel Drug Test Cup are:
Creatinine: Creatinine is a natural waste product produced by the muscles. Its presence in urine helps determine whether the sample is diluted or concentrated. Abnormally low creatinine levels may indicate adulteration or dilution.
Nitrite: Nitrites are commonly used as an adulterant to interfere with drug detection. The presence of nitrites in the urine sample may suggest tampering or adulteration.
Glutaraldehyde: Glutaraldehyde is another commonly used adulterant that can affect drug detection. Its presence in the urine sample may indicate manipulation or adulteration.
pH: pH measures the acidity or alkalinity of the urine sample. Extreme pH levels may indicate adulteration attempts to manipulate drug test results.
Specific Gravity: Specific gravity measures the density of the urine sample. Abnormal specific gravity levels may indicate sample dilution or adulteration.
Oxidants: Oxidants, such as bleach and hydrogen peroxide, are frequently used to tamper with urine samples. The presence of oxidants suggests an attempt to adulterate the sample and manipulate the drug test results.