5 panel drug test kit (5pk)
This is the perfect solution for a parent who wants to check their loved ones but only needs a small number of devices. Manufactured with the highest standards, they represent the best that money can buy. The device is described as a rapid one-step analytical assay that detects the five most common drugs found in human urine. Cut-off levels conform to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) guidelines ensuring accuracy and consistency. It carries a CLIA waiver and is FDA 510(k) cleared for use at home.
5 panel drug test kit includes five of the following:
- 5 – Specimen cups with temperature check
- 5 – Six urine adulterant checks
- 5 – CLIA waived a 5-panel drug analysis.
- For testing your child or family member in your own home
- At-home drug testing
- Pre-employment testing
- Random employment testing in the workplace
- Random drug testing in schools or youth organizations
- 5 panel drug test kit
- It detects five of the most commonly abused drugs
- It checks for seven (6) adulterants found to compromise a urine sample
- It includes a specimen cup with a temperature check
- It complies with NIDA cut-off levels
- Negative results are visible within one minute
- Positive results are evident in less than three minutes
- Results are easy to read with sharp, clear result markers
- FDA 510 (k) cleared. CLIA Waived
- Shipped in multiples of 5 per box
- No other kit compares!
- Easy to use and administer
- Includes: Adulterants test and specimen cup
- 99% accurate
- Fewer false-positive results
- There are fewer cross-reactions from OTC drugs (See Chart).
Why is it so important to check the temperature before the drug analysis?
Parents understand it’s possible to cheat a test by providing a substitute sample. But substitute samples are invariably out of the temperature range. Over the many years of testing, we have found that the urine temperature of fresh urine will always be between 93° to 98°F. Check the temperature with the heat-sensitive strip on the cup; this will give you an indication the temperature is in range and immediately alert you to a fake or out of temperature samples.
Why do I need to check for specimen integrity before I drug analysis?
Parents have found that their teens can pass their tests by adding chemicals to their urine. Using a specimen validity or adulterant check, you are alerted that the urine properties are not consistent and possibly adulterated. It alerts you by checking six different anomalies that may affect the drug analysis.
- OX – Oxidants: Detects the presence of oxidants
- S.G. – Specific Gravity: Tests for sample dilution
- pH: Tests for the presence of acidic and alkaline adulterants
- GLU – Glutaraldehyde: Tests for the presence of an exogenous aldehyde
- NIT – Nitrites: Detects for commonly used commercial adulterants
- CRE – Creatinine: Detects waste product called creatine present in human urine.
Directions for testing with a 5 panel drug test kit:
- Remove the device from the sealed pouch.
- Remove the cap from the device and place it on a flat surface.
- Dip the tips of the device into the urine for twenty seconds
- While waiting, you will notice the windows where the result appears to change color.
- Once you see that, remove the device, place the cap back on, and lay on a level, clean surface.
- Wait for two minutes and observe the results.
Interpreting the result after testing with a 5 panel drug test kit:
Each window displays a pinkish line.
Both the Control line (C) and Test line (T) will be present.
- Not all lines will be the same intensity; some lines may be fainter than others. Note: It does indicate that a small amount of drug is present; it is a negative result.
Presumed positive is when the apparent Test line (T) is not visible at all.
If neither the Test line (T) or Control line (C) is present, it is usually an indication there was insufficient urine sampled, or the tips were not in contact with the test device when initially testing.
We are very passionate about you getting the right result from a drug test. Our experience tells us that to reliably test a person, all aspects of the testing procedure need to be strictly observed, especially the specimen temperature. Typically 93° to 98°F. If the urine is not within the temperature range, then do not test the urine sample. Ask for a fresh example, and start again.
Specimen integrity is also an essential consideration as adulterating a sample can mask the drug test result. The person taking the drug test is called a donor. The donor can efficiently use a fake or adulterated urine sample and pass their test. The 6 test adulterant check will establish urine integrity and determine any tampering.
5 panel drug test kit product documents:
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