5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test Kit
5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test Kit

5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test Kit

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Our 5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test Kit screens for five different drugs in a single convenient dip card.  It is easygoing, accuracy up to 99%, interpret results within a couple of minutes and cost effective for any on-site screening.  THC, Meth, COC and OPI and BZO. can be screened through our 5-panel dip device.  The 5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test Kit is FDA 510 (K) Authorized and CLIA Waived.

Five classes of drugs screened are

  • (COC) 
  • (THC)
  • (MOR/OPI)
  • (METH) 
  • (BZO) 

Drug Testing Levels and Detection Periods

Drug

Detection Period

Cut-Off Level

COC

2-10 days

300 ng/mL

THC

3-30 days, depending on usage

50 ng/mL

MOR/OPI

1-4 days

2000 ng/mL

METH

Single Use:  1-4 days

Heavy Use:  Up to a week

1000 ng/mL

BZO

2 to 10 days

300 ng/mL


Product Description

The 5-Panel/Dip Device is a quick, economical and instant on-site drug screening solution with results in a few minutes.  The device screens for THC, Meth, Opi, BZO and COC.  The dip test utilizes lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay method for qualitative detection of a selected drug and its metabolites in urine.  The Panel/Dip Device is FDA 510(K) cleared to market, CLIA Waived and adheres to SAMHSA approved guidelines.  The 5-Panel drug test is employed in various settings like pre-employment, random, reasonable cause, educational institutions, forensic investigations, corrections, clinical, hospital, rehab centers, and personal use.

Quantity Discounts - The more you order, the more you save! See Pricing Table below.

Quantity

Price

Quantity

Price

1-9

$4.17 ea

100-299

$2.23 ea

10-24

$3.79 ea

300-499

$2.08 ea

25-49

$2.96 ea

500-699

$1.65 ea

50-99

$2.69 ea

700-999

$1.50 ea

1000+

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Features & Benefits

  • FDA 510(K) approved
  • CLIA Waived
  • Result accuracy up to 99%
  • Utilizes lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay method
  • Simple and easy to use one-step procedure
  • Clean, hygienic testing
  • Result interpretation within 5 minutes
  • Authentic
  • Normal storage conditions (room temperature)
  • 18-month shelf life from the date of manufacture
  • Cost efficient for any on-site screening
  • No special storage requirements to preserve stability
  • Small sample volume required, just dip
  • Portable and disposable, non-biohazard waste
  • Adheres to SAMHSA standards for substance abuse screening

How to use the Drug Test Kit

  • After collecting the urine sample, remove the instant drug test kit from the foil pouch.
  • Remove the cap from the end of the test and use it to gently bend the exposed strips back and forth to repair them for urine absorption.
  • Dip the exposed strips into the urine sample making sure the urine does not come in contact with the plastic portion of the testing panel.
  • The strips should be immersed in the urine for 10 to 15 seconds.
  • Recap the urine test and lay down on a clean flat surface.
  • Red lines will begin to appear on the result window almost immediately; however, the results should only be interpreted at 5 minutes.

How to Read Drug Test Results

Please make sure to read the results within 5 to 10 minutes.  Do not read after 10 minutes since the results will be invalid.

  • On the testing panel, a red line will appear next to the Control Line (C).  This shows the test is working and has plenty of urine to perform correctly.
  • A red line next to the Test Line (T) shows the test is negative for the corresponding drug listed above.
  • If there is no red line next to the Test Line (T), then the donor is positive for the corresponding drug/drugs listed above.
  • If any of the testing windows has no lines present and does not appear as though the urine has migrated up the sample window, you may try to remove the cap and re-dip the strips again in the urine for 10 to 15 seconds, recap the test and lay down on a flat surface.  At this point if the red line appears next to the Control Line (C), then the kit is working.
  • If no lines appear even after second attempt, then it is Invalid.  You can contact the manufacturer.

This screening device will provide only qualitative result.  All positives should be confirmed by an alternative method such as GC/MS (Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry), which can only be performed by a drug testing laboratory.

Understanding Urine Drug Test

The most common and frequently employed method of drug screening is the urine drug test (UDS).  Urine sample is analyzed to detect for the presence of certain illicit drugs and prescription medications.  UDS is frequently employed due to its following features:

  • Quick and simple
  • Noninvasive
  • Highly accurate results
  • High specificity
  • Cost efficient
  • Drug-specific detection window
  • Flexible and customized to detect recent drug use
  • Provides plenty of options with different drug testing panels

Ingested drugs are excreted eventually from the body system.  After metabolic process (chemically alteration) of the drugs, they may be eliminated intact or drugs that are water soluble and their metabolites are excreted largely by the kidneys in urine.  Hence, drug dosage depends mostly on kidney function.

A urine drug screen can detect a variety of drugs including alcohol, amp, bar, bzo, coc, THC, meth, opi and PCP.

Urine drug testing helps in detecting potential substance abuse problems.  If a drug test identifies substance abuse or misuse, appropriate treatment plan can be undertaken.  Frequent urine drug tests throughout the treatment can make sure that the treatment plan is working and ascertain there is no drug misusage.

A physician may request a urine drug screen to determine if a person is misusing prescription drugs or illegal drugs.  A urine drug screen could also be requested if someone is behaving strangely or dangerously because of drug influence.

Employers give importance to drug testing their potential employees before they are hired.  It benefits the employers in keeping people with drug issues out of jobs that require the ability to be alert and focused.  It also lowers the risk of on-the-job accidents.

Rehabilitation centers for drug and alcohol screen their residents on a regular basis.  This ensures people receiving treatment stay sober.

Drug tests are also utilized in home settings.  Individuals can use affordable testing kits to check themselves and members of the family might want their kids or loved ones to take this test to ascertain they are not using drugs or alcohol.

There are two methods of urine drug testing.  The first method is immunoassay, which gives results fairly quickly and is cost-effective.  The drawback of this method is that it sometimes gives false positives.  A false positive may occur when the test result comes back positive for drugs, but there has been no drug use.

If the first test comes back positive, then the second method known as gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) is done for confirmation.  This method uses the same process as the immunoassay, but is more expensive and takes longer to give results, but rarely produce false positives.

Both immunoassay and GC/MS tests can yield false-negative results.  This can occur if the urine is very dilute.  Both tests can also fail to catch same-day drug use.

Urine drug screens have cut-off levels, in which case a result will only be positive if the amount of the drug is above a certain level.  It is calculated in nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL).

The cut-off levels help in preventing false-positive results.  These can occur if a person has ingested food containing hemp, poppy seeds, coca, yeast and not taken any illicit drugs.  It also reduces the chances of a person testing positive if exposed to passive or secondhand smoke or drugs.

Instant dip drug test kit yields the result in terms of positive or negative rather than numeric values.  The results appear on the test strip which changes different colors to indicate the presence of various substances.

If the result shows positive for illegal drugs, then one should make sure to get a GC/MS test immediately in a certified laboratory.

There are many factors that affect the length of time when a test screens for a certain drug in the body.  Some of these factors are hydration levels, body mass, the acidity of the urine and how long ago the person took the drug.  The urine test can detect a drug for a longer period if used very frequently or heavily.

One should note that certain medications and supplements may cause false-positive results for illegal drug use.  One should divulge the test provider if taking any prescription medications, over-the-counter medicines, herbal remedies or supplements before the test rather than later.

The best way to prevent false positives on a drug test is to stay and eat healthy and avoid any sorts of drugs.

5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test vs 5-Panel Premium Urine Dip Drug Test

The 5-Panel Drug Test is the gold standard in drug testing technology.  This panel screens for the commonly abused drugs THC, COC, OPI, BZO and METH/AMP in urine, saliva or blood.  It gives highly defensible results when performed properly.

One can choose either UriTox 5-Panel Urine Dip Drug Test or 5-Panel Premium Urine Dip Drug Test to screen for five drugs instantly at an affordable price.  The 5-Panel Premium Urine Dip Drug Test kit includes a Collection Cup with built-in Temperature Strip to ensure validity of the urine sample before running the test.  The collection cup is sterile and made up of good quality plastic material.  It offers comparatively most accurate results in the market.

The 5-Panel Drug Test is frequently utilized by government agencies such as DOT (Department of Transportation) and most of the private employers and businesses as part of their hiring and employee retention process.  These are easy to execute and cheaper.  It is also utilized in clinical settings, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, educational institutions, forensic investigations, home testing, sports, etc.


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