6 drug test cup.
UScreen 6 drug test cup is a fully integrated drug of abuse urine test. Designed as a collection component, the container, and drug test are in one together with a specimen validity and urine temperature test.
The cup comprises six panels each panel detecting a specific drug. The built-in temperature and specimen validity test ensure urine integrity of the donor’s sample, which is an essential preliminary part of every procedure; This information is read directly from the cup saving time and possible errors and tells you that the urine was valid while testing.
In conclusion, each sample collected by the administrator is guaranteed to be clean and free of adulterants, at the correct temperature and confidence the drug result is correct.
The six drug test cup fully complies with government regulations ensuring excellent accuracy. For this test, the FDA provided a 510(k) clearance for In Vitro Diagnostic Use.
- Six drug test cup
- It detects six drugs in one test
- Built-in temperature test
- Built-in specimen validity test
- Clean, one step operation.
- Fewer positive effects from OTC medications
- Ships in 25 kits per box
- Built-in temperature test.
- Built-in specimen validity test.
- Results appear almost instantly.
- No collector exposure to urine
- Precise, sharp test results
- NIDA certified drug cut-off levels
- FDA 510(k) cleared
- 99% accurate drug cut-off levels.
- Manufactured to the highest standards by UScreen
Suitable uses for the 6 drug cup test:
- Industry drug testing programs
- Workplace drug testing for random, reasonable suspicion and pre-employment drug testing purposes
- Testing a teen or family member at home
- For use in institutions and rehab centers
How to use the 6 drug cup test:
Ask the donor to provide a urine sample to a level marked on the cup; the administrator will then affix the lid onto the cup, remove the peel-off label on the front and read the results.
Results begin to appear in seconds showing clear, sharp red lines in the window. The results are read by looking at the (C) mark here there should be a red line; This is the control line indicating the test was successful. A second red line will then appear against the (T) test line.
When the line appears, and no matter how faint, the result is negative, if no line appears the test is presumed positive. Send the sample to a SAMHSA certified lab for further analysis using GC-MS technology.
One of the most critical issues in drug screening today is interference from common over the counter drugs as they can cause false-positives. Almost always, these specimens get sent to the laboratory unnecessarily, leading to wasted time and money. Compare this with other brands!
How to use the specimen validity test:
This test determines the integrity of the urine sample prior to the drug test.
- Bleach or oxidants:
Tests for the presence of bleach, hydrogen peroxide, and Pyridinium Chlorochromate, in urine. Observation of a blue-green, brown, or orange color indicates adulteration with bleach or other oxidizing agents.
- Specific Gravity: Tests for sample dilution. The color changes from dark blue to blue-green if the urine is of low concentration and green and yellow-green in of higher densities.
- Creatinine: Creatinine reacts to produce a purplish-brown color complex. The color intensity is directly proportional to the concentration of creatinine. Urine samples with creatinine concentrations of less than 20 mg/ml are dilute, which may be indicative of contamination.
Specimen validity comparison chart.
Compare the colors to the chart enclosed. Note: If colors are outside the normal range, open a second test cup, collect a new specimen, and retest.