Urine Drug Testing & Monitoring Kit for Pain Management Clinics – BUP/BZO/COC/MTD/MOP/OXY
A unique combination of drugs assisting physicians specializing in pain management
- 6-Panel Instant Urine Dip Drug Test was specifically designed to assist physicians in the area of pain management
- FDA 510(K) cleared
- Up to 99% accurate test, read result in 5 minutes
- Easy, one-step procedure, no additional devices or instruments
- With its flat design and clear cap, this test card can be photographed without fear of contamination by the tester’s work area.
List of Drugs
The list of drugs detectable with this test are as follows (SAMHSA Standards):
BUP– Buprenorphine, 10 ng/ml – Suboxone/Subutex/Buprenorphine
BZO– Benzodiazepines, 300 ng/ml – Valium/Xanax/Paxam/Victan
COC– Cocaine, 300 ng/ml – Crack
MTD– Methadone, 300 ng/ml – Methadone/Amidone/Methadose
MOP– Opiate, 300 ng/ml – Heroin/Morphine/Codeine
OXY– Oxycodone, 100 ng/ml – OxyContin/Percocet/Vicodin
Physicians specializing in pain management write prescriptions for narcotics daily, and this unique drug test was developed specifically to assist in monitoring their patient drug usage. It is also important for doctors to identify medication usage from other sources that can complicate the plan of treatment.
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Positive: Colored lines appear in the control regions (C) but do not develop in the test region. The absence of any line in any target drug test region indicates a positive result for that drug or drug metabolite.
Negative: Colored lines adjacent to each target drug name and in the control (C) regions will appear. The color intensity of the line for the target drug may be weaker or stronger than that of the control line however any line, no matter how faint should be interpreted as a negative result.
Invalid: No line appears in the control region. If the control line (C) does not form, the test result is inconclusive and the test should be repeated with a new device.
Note: Test lines are not of equal intensity or color.