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What are the screening cut-off levels? The screening cut-off levels on our tests are consistent with those of SAMHSA. Amphetamines—————-1000 ng/ml Barbiturates———————300ng/ml Benzodiazepines—————300 ng/ml Cocaine————————-300 ng/ml Marijuana————————50 ng/ml Methadone———————300 ng/ml Methamphetamine———–1000 ng/ml Opiates————————2000 ng/ml Phencyclidine——————–25 ng/ml Tricyclic Antidepressants—-1000 ng/ml

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Are any of your drug tests FDA Cleared? All of our urine test have an FDA 510k clearance.

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Nicotine (Tobacco Smoking) Saliva Method: 4-6 hours Urine Method: up to 14 days depending on usage.

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Testing methods for alcohol and individual detection times: Saliva Method: 1 – 12 hours Urine Method 6-12 hours

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How long does alcohol stay in the human system? Up to 12 hours depending on the amount of alcohol consumed.

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How long do drugs stay in your system? Urine Method Amphetamines — 2-6 days Barbiturates — 3-8 days Benzodiazepines — 2-14 days Cannabis (Marijuana) — 14-30 days Cocaine — 2-5 days Ecstasy — 1-3 days Methadone — 2-8 days Opiates — 2-5 days Phencyclidine — 3-8days Tricyclic Antidepressants — 10 days   Saliva Method Amphetamines — up to 72 hours Barbiturates — up […]

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How accurate are the test results? Laboratory test results for drugs of abuse have indicated a greater than 97% accuracy when used according to the step-by-step instructions that are provided with the test.

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Are there any legal medications that can trigger positive results? Yes. The most common problem is the pseudoephedrine in many over-the-counter sinus and cold medications, which can cause a positive result for methamphetamine. A GC/MS confirmation as well as a MRO review is necessary to determine the source of the positive result. Some forms of the drugs we test for may be available legally under […]

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Do rapid test results hold up in court? Rapid Drug tests provide only a preliminary analytical test result. A more specific alternate chemical must be used in order to obtain a confirmed analytical result – Gas Chromatography (Mass Spectrometry) (GC/MS) is the preferred confirmatory method. Any result taken to court, must be confirmed by a SAMHSA certifed lab.

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What is the shelf life on the rapid drug tests? Our test devices have a shelf life of 12 to 18 months from the date of manufacture. The expiration date of each lot of devices is indicated on each individual foil pouch and can be used until that date. Upon date of purchase, one should have from 6 to 18 months, to be able to […]
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