The Twelve-Panel Pre-Screen Mini Drug Test is a guaranteed result if you're seeking for a self-administered 12-panel drug test cup. 1 -12 panel Test cup delivered per purchase for single use only. A single 12-panel Test cup with a single use will be delivered. The 12-Panel Pre-Screen Mini home drug test kit is a brand-new accurate urine drug test kit that has the following features:
It is an easy and convenient way to screen yourself for drugs in your body.
It can detect marijuana (cannabis), cocaine, heroin, oxycodone, opiates, PCP, amphetamines, barbiturates, phencyclidine (PCP), tricyclic antidepressants, benzodiazepines, and more.
There are 12 separate tests on one small strip so it's quick and easy to complete. Results are available in just 15 minutes or less.
It works by detecting the presence of drugs in your blood serum or plasma using a color change reaction. There is no need to send in a sample for testing as the kit itself contains all the chemicals needed for the reactions.
The test uses a red color indicator for positive results and blue for negative results. No interpretation of results is required since the test produces numerical scores based on color intensity from weak to strong.
The test strips are alcohol free and safe for use with urine samples of any age.
Urine tests that screen for individual medicines rather than the entire class are also available and can be used if necessary. Sometimes an additional drug test panel is added to the standard 5- or 10-panel drug testing. This testing panel may identify some substances, which are commonly referred to as semisynthetic or synthetic opioids. These include cyclopropanols, propane derivatives, phenylpropanes, and pyrazolones.
Opioids are a group of drugs that include morphine, heroin, hydromorphone, oxycodone, and codeine. Opioids are highly addictive and can be toxic if not taken properly. In addition, they can remain in your body for several days after you stop taking them. The only way to be sure you are free of opioids is by conducting multiple drug tests during treatment. Drug testing programs can identify whether you have been using other substances illegally, such as marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, methamphetamines, DXM, GHB, VXIs, phencyclidine (PCP), flunitrazepam (Rohypnol), and tricyclic antidepressants.
Drug testing is required for those who work with dangerous chemicals, including nurses, doctors, paramedics, hospital staff members, first responders, law enforcement officers, military personnel, and teachers. It is also recommended for students, athletes, and people who participate in risky activities where being sober is important such as driving or operating heavy machinery.
Ten-panel drug tests can efficiently screen for ten drugs within their own detection window. These detection periods vary depending on the substance and personal characteristics such as metabolism. Positive drug test results may be checked again by labs to confirm their diagnosis and eliminate false positives. If necessary, additional testing may be done at a later date.
A person who uses marijuana will likely fail a drug test that checks only for THC because it is able to stay in their system for several weeks or longer after cessation of use. However, if they also use caffeine or alcohol, which are common among marijuana users, then they would pass this particular drug test. A person who takes prescription medications daily may not be able to pass a drug test that examines only for THC because these drugs fall under federal regulations that prohibit employers from conducting drug tests for employees or applicants who use prescribed medications regularly. However, if these same individuals took prescription painkillers only once in a while for work-related injuries, they might be able to get away with not telling the employer about their medication usage.
It is important to understand that although drug tests can detect recent usage of many illegal substances, they cannot detect current usage unless you tell them about it. Therefore, even if you do not believe you have a problem with drug usage, it is still important to let your employer know about any medications you take so they can provide you with appropriate treatment if needed.
As a quick test, several of our drug test locations may provide the 4 panel (no THC), 5 panel, 10 panel, or 10 panel Plus OXY urine drug tests. This means that you will often receive any negative findings the same day, usually within an hour of leaving the collection facility. If your sample tests positive for drugs other than marijuana, the lab will notify you by phone or email.
The time it takes for a drug test result to be returned depends on the number of panels requested and the location where the sample is sent. Generally, results will be available in 24 hours but can take longer depending on how quickly the laboratory can process all the samples they receive each day. Labs are required by law to report any positive results to the Department of Transportation Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
It is important to remember that a negative drug test result does not guarantee that you have not used drugs during the previous month. There are many reasons why a person might appear to fail a drug test, even after following proper procedures. For example, someone who uses prescription medications or over-the-counter products regularly may show signs of drug use even when they are not using drugs. A person who consumes large amounts of caffeine or alcohol could also cause false positives on a drug test. Finally, some people choose not to tell their employers about their medical conditions which could lead to dismissal if they test positive for drugs.
A twelve-panel drug test is often administered in combination with a ten-panel test. A twelve-panel test is intended to look for opiates, prescription medicines, and any other banned drugs. Opiates, benzodiazepines, methadone, oxycodone, and other related medicines fall under this category. A ten-panel test will only detect these ten substances.
The goal of this type of test is to provide a complete picture of a person's drug use by checking a variety of sources including their hair, blood, urine, saliva, sweat, and tattoos. This is especially important when trying to determine if someone has been using drugs without being detected during a probation or parole screening.
Hair tests look for drug residues present in the hair shaft itself. Blood tests check for drug metabolites (products of drug activity found in the body) present in the bloodstream. Urine tests measure the amount of drugs present in the body through the process of elimination. Saliva tests use antibodies to identify whether drugs are present in the body. Sweat tests use drugs' chemical markers to identify recent use. Tattoos can reveal information about a person's past drug habits. Drug testing programs may also include tests of the breath, heart rate, blood pressure, and body fat percentage.
Individuals who use drugs illegally may try to conceal their habit by not taking all their pills at once. This could cause them to fail a drug test even though they have used legally prescribed medications.