A urine drug test kit is the most common way labs and consumers test for drug usage in a persons system. These kits come in many different forms. Urine drug testing could be done by panel testing or dip stick testing. Panel testing its when there are more than one line on the test that will provide results to drugs being present in a persons system. Panels come in many different numbers. It could vary to sometimes 12 and over panels depending on how many and the type of drug a person or lab will be testing for. The most used number of panels on a test is one through five.
Our six panel urine drug test kit will detect for 6 toxins:
This is the one most labs will use for pre employment opportunities as well as a person testing themselves at home before entering a lab for their test. A five-panel urine drug test kit mainly targets the five basic drugs. The higher the panel of the test kit the more advanced drugs the test can detect. Home kits are becoming more and more popular in the private sector for individual use, parents their testing teens, random drug testing in the work place and on the spot hiring.
Amphetamine, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine, Ecstasy (MDMA), Marijuana (THC), Methamphetamines, Methadone, Nicotine, Opiates, PCP and Oxycodone are more of the basic drugs a person or lab will be testing for. On the other had there is something else that is used for a urine drug test kit and that is dip stick testing. Dipstick this can come in the form of one strip and up, again depending on what the lab and the user is testing for. Dipstick tests are collected by the consumer urinating into a sterile cup, the same way they would when they are going for a urinalysis. The urine will be tested pretty much just as if labs would when they are doing a routine urinalysis.
Depending on the lab that is used will depend on the type of urine drug test kit they will use. With urine, drug testing kits always have pros and cons just like any other type of test. The test being used by the administrator should have the highest assurance of reliable results, least expensive, most flexibility in testing different drugs, etc. These tests should include alcohol and nicotine if necessary. They should also be non-defective and reliable to withstand legal challenge for example.
The cons of these are that a specimen can be adulterated, substituted, or diluted. There is also a limited window of detection, the test sometimes can be viewed as invasive or embarrassing, and there can be a biological hazard for specimen handling and shipping to lab which can lead to a skewed result. Also making sure there is enough urine in the specimen cup (or sample jar) is very important to gain an accurate results for a urine drug test kit.
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