5 panel urine drug test cup
T-cup is a CLIA waived one-step integrated drugs of abuse test that detects five drugs together with a urine temperature check with an optional specimen validity check all in one product.
- It detects five drugs in one device
- Built-in specimen validity test*. (optional)
- CLIA Waived
- FDA 510 (k) cleared
- It conforms to NIDA cut-off levels.
- Built-in specimen temperature check
- Easy to use and interpret the result
- Results are easy to read and understand
- Fewer positive effects of conventional medications
- No collector exposure to urine
- Results in appear minutes
- Shipped in boxes of 25 kits.
5 panel urine drug test cup uses:
- Pre-Employment testing
- Staffing agencies
- Drug testing in health care facilities and other clinics
- Hospitals, Medical Centers, Doctors Medical Center, Physicians
- Corporate drug testing programs
- For testing your child or family member at home.
Wondfo, the manufacture of T-cups, are very reliable drug testing kits, the results produce clear, sharp result lines from every analysis with cut-off levels that conform to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) guidelines.
- One of the most critical issues in drug screening today is the interference of common prescription and non-prescription drugs, causing false-positives. This product does not suffer from this issue, avoiding specimens being sent to the laboratory, leading to a waste of time and money.
Specimen temperature check:
Each cup has a temperature strip affixed to the side. Testing the temperature is an essential aspect of drug testing; if the temperature is out of range, it is generally an indication that the specimen was substituted. We recommend you check the urine sample temperature within one minute from the time of collection. The temperature range should be from 93° to 98° F. If the specimen is out of range, ask the donor to provide a new sample.
How to interpret the results of the 5 panel urine drug test cup:
The illustration below shows the various possibilities for the outcome.
Negative analysis: Both the (T) and (C) lines are present. If the lines are faint, it’s still a negative result. The donor passed the analysis, discard the sample, and document the outcome.
Invalid: Neither the (C) or (T) lines were present. The main reason for an invalid result is insufficient sample volume. Discard the sample and collect a new one to the line marked on the cup and test again.
Presumed positive: If the apparent (T) line is not visible, this indicates that a drug was detected, which is above the cut-off level for that drug. Send the sample in the cup to a SAMHSA approved laboratory to confirm your suspicion.
Product data for the 5 panel urine drug test cup:
Included in each box are twenty-five sealed cups and instructions for the T-cup 5 panel urine cup. You can also download a copy by clicking the data-sheet link below.