10 Panel Cup
The 10 panel multi drug screen test is one of the most comprehensive immunoassay drug tests available. Capable of detecting 10 parent drugs and metabolites with a stamped 99% accuracy rating, 10 panel drug tests screen for the five most frequently misused prescription drugs as well as five commonly abused illicit drugs in the US.
With a wide variety of 10 panel drug test bulk products, 12 Panel Medical offers a low-cost solution in clinical settings and regulated environments that administer high volumes of drug tests, and where the potential drugs of abuse are unknown. FDA-approved testing cups can be configured to determine whether a drug is being abused or taken for a legitimate purpose. And because the margin for error is zero, operators are also provided with a temperature gauge and assurance that adulterants can and will be detected within minutes.
Made to industry standards and in compliance with SAMHSA guidelines for cutoff concentrations of the drugs and metabolites being simultaneously tested, 12 Panel Medical issues 10 panel drug test bulk products that are graded for clinical use but easy enough to use at home.
10 panel testing builds on the standards set by the Drug-Free Workplace Act established in the 1980s. Those standards were based on the most common drugs of that time, namely: amphetamines, marijuana, cocaine metabolites, opiates, and phencyclidine.
The 10 panel drug test screens for the most commonly abused prescription drugs in the US today. The five additional drugs and metabolites it tests for are among the most commonly abused illicit drugs. These are:
10 panel multi drug screen test configurations have become the standard in situations where the potential drug of abuse is unknown and effectiveness, accuracy, and ease of use are critical. They are intended for industries and organizations where safety is critical and are the preferred urine drug test of choice among law enforcement, occupational medicine professions, and civil servant positions that entail dangerous work or maintaining the safety of others. 10 panel drug test cups are also commonly used by probation officers for mandatory drug tests.
12 Panel Medical complies with SAMHSA guidelines in setting all cutoff concentration levels in drug testing cups. The 10 panel drug test cutoffs are expressed in nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml) and adjusted as follows:
- Amphetamine 1000 ng/ml
- Barbiturates 300 ng/ml
- Benzodiazepines 300 ng/ml
- Buprenorphine 10 ng/ml
- Cocaine 300 ng/ml
- Opiates 2000 ng/ml
- Morphine 300 ng/ml
- Ecstasy/MDMA 500 ng/ml
- THC 50 ng/ml
- Methadone 50 ng/ml
- Oxycodone 100 ng/ml
- Methamphetamine 1000 ng/ml
Urine drug test cups detect even the slightest heightened levels of parent drugs and metabolites. For more stringent testing, 10 panel drug test cutoffs are adjustable. This flexibility allows employers and technicians to accurately determine the difference between abuse or legitimate use of legal prescription drugs.
Before using, the operator is responsible for ensuring that the test cup is brought to room temperature (59 to 78 degrees F). Do not freeze testing cups. The operator may remove the testing cup from the protective packaging when the donor is ready to provide the sample.
The donor should sign and initial the cup and use it as soon as possible. Donors should be advised that they must provide at least 15 ml of urine. Laboratories typically require a minimum of 30 ml of urine if the test is sent for further examination.
After the specimen is collected and the operator has checked the cap for tightness, a five-minute timer should be started immediately. The rapid results testing come will provide results within five minutes. Do not interpret the result of testing cups after eight minutes. Exposure to light and air beyond eight minutes will disqualify the results of the 10 panel drug test.
To ensure the reliability of results, operators must ensure all controls are satisfied. The temperature indicator must be checked to determine that the specimen is in the proper range for an unadulterated human urine sample. Proper handling of the specimen is also critical to both the safety of the operator and the integrity of the sample. If contamination of any kind is found on the testing cup, they should be disposed of immediately.
In the event that the sample contains one or more of the 10 drugs and metabolites in the multi screen drug test, no colored band will form in the result area of the testing cup. If performed in the home or outside of a clinical setting, it is best to send positive test cups to a toxicology laboratory for confirmation.
A negative result is indicated by a colored band in the result area of the testing cup. In some instances, operators may choose to test the cup for adulterants. The temperature gauge may also indicate if it is suspected that the specimen has been tampered with.
WEIGHT: 13 lbs
DIMENSIONS: 14 x 14 x 17 in