NIDA-5 Panel Drug Test Kit (AMP, COC, OPI, PCP, THC) Dip Card
The term NIDA-5 refers to a five-panel drug test specified by the National Institute for Drug Abuse. You might also hear it called the SAMHSA-5 drug test. This test is compulsory for federal employees and companies that use professional drivers for safety-sensitive operations. Although other companies do not need to follow the NIDA-5 standard, it´s still the most common urine drug test.
This group of drugs was specified decades ago based on the prevalent drug use at the time. Although many prescription drugs, such as ADHD medications, will be detected in a NIDA-5 test, many others will not.
- Laboratory accurate, FDA 510 approved and CLIA Waived
- Simple dip and read procedure providing results in minutes
- Economical way to obtain results for multiple drugs in one step
- This product is ideal for pre-employment, random, reasonable cause, corrections, hospital, and clinical testing
List of Drugs
The list of drugs detectable with this test are as follows:
AMP- Amphetamine, 1000 ng/ml – Adderall/Ritalin
COC– Cocaine, 300 ng/ml – Crack
OPI– Opiate, 2000 ng/ml – Heroin/Morphine/Codeine
PCP– Phencyclidine, 25 ng/ml – Angel Dust/Special K/Ketamine
THC– Marijuana, 50 ng/ml – Cannabinoids/Weed/Pot
Some organizations with drug-free workplace programs qualify for insurance incentives, such as decreased costs for workers compensation and other kinds of insurance.
A rose-pink band is visible in each control region. No color band appears in the appropriate test region. It indicates a positive result for the corresponding drug of that specific test zone.
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 below zero or the detection limit of the test.
If a color band is not visible in each of the control region or a color band is only visible in each of the test region, the test is invalid. Another test should be run to re-evaluate the specimen.
Note: Test lines are not of equal intensity or color.