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Designed for use in the workplace, self testing and at-home

Parents and employers buying kits should be aware of using inadequate quality tests that are not accurate, produce false positives, or produce inconsistent results; these are just some of the problems experienced from buying from dubious sources.

At ‘Buy a Test Kit,’ our products are quality checked for consistency, produce rapid results, and are up to 99% accurate. Our urine tests are the best money can buy and are ideally suited for professionals, parents, or administrators who need to analyze individuals for drugs either at home, in the workplace, schools, colleges, medical centers, substance abuse centers, and institutions.

FDA Cleared Drug test kits.

Our products are cleared for use at home and in the workplace by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). And many carry a CLIA Waiver with Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments. We also carry FDA EXEMPT oral saliva tests that can officially be used in non-federal environments for employers and parents at home.

What drugs can you check for?

Our larger urine panels are also equipped to detect a range of prescription drugs. And our substance tests can detect over forty unknown powders and pills. Here are the most common: ○ Amphetamines ○ Barbiturates ○ Buprenorphine ○ Cocaine ○ Ecstasy ○ Fentanyl ○ Heroin ○ Ketamine ○ Marijuana ○ Methadone ○ Methamphetamine ○ Morphine ○ Opiates (OPI) ○ Oxycodone ○ Phencyclidine ○ Propoxyphene ○ Synthetic Marijuana ○ Tramadol ○ Tricyclic Antidepressants.

Here is our current list.

What methodology do Drug test kits use?

There are various methodologies available to detect the presence of drugs. Customers generally prefer urine analysis kits because of the price, but Oral (saliva) analysis kits are a convenient alternative and cost a little more. Both are rapid screening products and produce a qualitative result that the user can easily understand. Means, yes there was a drug present or not. It’s the “YES” or “NO” approach similar to a pregnancy test. Finally, a “presumed positive” should always be analyzed at a lab. They will confirm the sample with quantification if positive. Their process of testing is by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS).

Instructions for Drug test kits.

Always refer to the manufacturer’s instructions but also read our recommended method for ‘drug testing.’ Furthermore, if you don’t follow the process correctly, you may get erroneous results. Finally, always use a Specimen Validity check before drug testing, and if you’re planning on using dip test kits, we would recommend you use an appropriate container for collecting the urine specimen. Here is an example, it has a temperature check on the side for monitoring the temperature of the urine sample before testing.

Conclusions when testing individuals with drug test kits.

Many factors influence the detection of drugs in the human body; this applies to both urine and saliva tests. Both are very accurate, but accuracy depends on the quality of the drug test kit, how long ago the person took the drug and how much they used it. Differences in the person’s metabolic rate, body mass, and rate of absorption are all factors that will also affect the result. Other factors such as adulterants and diluted specimens can affect it too. In conclusion, the ability to analyze accurately will rely on diligence and following the manufacturer’s recommendations.

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