6 panel drug test.
EliteScreen 6 panel assay is a rapid urine ‘dip card’ for six drugs. Available in three options, so you will always find the right product for establishing possible drug abuse.
This device is classed as a qualitative immunoassay designed to screen drug metabolites at the cut-off levels specified by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA); fixed cut-off levels ensure consistency and accuracy when testing.
This is the best drug testing kit on the market for rapid multi-drug urine screen analysis. Manufactured with accuracy and reliability, this FDA certified six-panel drug test is cleared for use at home or in the workplace. It has also been approved by CLIA, establishing it as a device that needs no prior knowledge or professional training.
6 panel drug test overview:
This device consists of six individual panels. Each panel detects a specific drug of abuse. The assay has a one-step lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay based on the principle of competition for limited antibody binding sites between a drug or drug metabolite. After completion, urine migrates along the membrane by capillary action, mobilizing the colored antibody conjugates. The antibody conjugates then move along the membrane panel to the test area, displaying the result of the analysis producing reddish/pink bars indicating the result of the analysis.
- FDA 510 (k) cleared for professional and home use
- Conforms to NIDA guidelines for cut-off levels
- CLIA Waived and FDA 510(k) cleared for professional use
- Shipped in 25 foil sealed devices per box.
- Analyses and detects six drugs in one device
- 99% accurate results
- Fast-acting with results in three minutes
- Easy to use and interpret
- The result can be photocopied
- Low unit cost.
- Testing at home.
- Staffing agencies.
- Workplace testing programs.
- Pre-employment testing.
- Random employment testing in the workplace.
- Random testing in schools or youth organizations.
Procedure on how to use the 6 panel drug test:
Collect a fresh sample of urine from the donor in a suitable container. We recommend a container with a temperature strip. Collect around 2 fl oz (50 ml) and observe the temperature. It should be between 93 to 98° F.
- Step 1. Remove the cap to the dip card and place it on one side.
- Step 2. Gently submerge the six tips of the dip card into the urine sample. Be careful not to submerge, as this will flood the membrane fully. Keep the tips in the urine for around twenty seconds.
- Step 3. Place the dip card on a flat, clean surface.
- Step 4. Observe the clear lines develop in the result windows.
For more information on testing, refer to our testing instructions.
How to interpret the 6 panel drug test:
The control line (C) serves as internal quality control for each test on each panel. It will always appear as a colored band regardless of the presence of the drug.
Negative. A colored line will form in the (T) area on each panel: If the drug concentration is below the cut-off limit, the antibody’s binding sites will not affect the conjugates to the antigen in the test line area of the membrane.
Presumptive positive. No colored line will form in the (T) area on each panel: If the drug concentration is at or above the cut-off limit, the drug will saturate all the binding sites of the antibody, preventing the attachment of the colored conjugates to the antigen in the test line area of the membrane.
Invalid: Each panel has a built-in control feature called the control (C) line. The line’s presence indicates that an adequate sample volume of urine for testing and that the reagents migrated adequately. If a line does not form, the result is invalid. Discard the device and start the testing process with a new test.
Included in the pack is a data-sheet. It explains drugs detected, cut-off levels, and necessary information on procedures for using this device. You can also download a copy by clicking the link below. There is also a report form for documenting the test results and our cheat sheet for testing.
Alcohol (ALC), Amphetamines (AMP), Barbiturates (BAR), Benzodiazepines (BZO), Buprenorphine (BUP), Cocaine (COC), Codeine (COD), Ecstasy (MDMA), Heroin (6-MAM), K2 Spice (SCA), Marijuana (THC), Methadone (MTD), Methamphetamine (mAMP), Morphine (MOP), Opiates (OPI), Oxycodone (OXY), Phencyclidine (PCP), Propoxyphene (PPX), Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA)