13 Panel Cup
For the most comprehensive results available, the 13 panel drug test detects of the widest range of illegal and legal drug and metabolites. Intended for industries and governments requiring the strictest standards as well as individuals requiring effectiveness and ease of use, 12 Panel Medical multi drug screen tests comply with all drug testing cup regulating bodies, including FDA 501(k), CLIA accuracy waivers, and SAMSHA cutoff concentrations.
Qualitative, visual, and definitive results of the 13 panel drug test are intended for forensic use only. They are equipped with highly sensitive immunoassay detection technology, which is reliable enough to be used either alone as a point-of-care test or as the initial screen before a confirmatory gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
Rapid results drug tests from 12 Panel Medical provide 99% accurate results in as little as five minutes. The ergonomic cup design makes it easy for donors to use and the no-drip lid created a tight seal that protects the specimen from potential contamination. Additionally equipped with contamination indicators, the 13 panel drug screen test offers convenience and speed in professional settings and in the home.
13 panel drug tests test for the five most common illegal substances, the five most commonly abused legal substances. In the context of rising abuse of prescription drugs, and particularly painkillers, this comprehensive multi screen drug test extends the number of panels detecting these parent drugs.
The 13 panel drug test tests for the following parent drugs and their metabolites:
- Tricyclic Antidepressants
Designed for the effective and effortless use of home consumers, 12 Panel Medical urine drug test cups are graded for the strictest regulated environments, including law enforcement and other civil service, federal and other government bodies, laboratories and clinical settings, as well as private employers.
All 12 Panel Medical rapid results drug tests comply with SAMHSA guidelines for the cutoff concentrations that should determine a positive or negative result in human urinalysis. The cut off concentrations for the thirteen drugs and metabolites tested in the 13 panel drug screen test are expressed as nanograms per milliliter and are set according to the following levels:
- Amphetamine 1000 ng/ml
- Barbiturates 300 ng/ml
- Benzodiazepines 300 ng/ml
- Buprenorphine 10 ng/ml
- Fentanyl 300 ng/ml
- Cocaine 300 ng/ml
- Ecstasy 500 ng/ml
- THC 50 ng/ml
- Methadone 50 ng/ml
- Opiates 2000 ng/ml
- Morphine 300 ng/ml
- Oxycodone 100 ng/ml
- Methamphetamine 1000 ng/ml
- Tricyclic Antidepressants 1000 ng/ml
Cut off concentration levels ensure the efficacy of the results by minimizing the risk of false positives. Adherence to SAMHSA guidelines prevents false positives specifically occurring from passive or exposure or exposure to foods containing legal amounts of some substances, such as hemp, coca, and opium. With the ability to set customized cutoff concentrations, multi screen drug tests from 12 Panel Medical are sensitive to any variation in cutoff concentration and within a 1% accuracy rate.
If the testing was cup was stored in the refrigerator, it must be brought to room temperature before being used. If the testing cup was frozen, it should be discarded. Operators should also discard of cups that show any sign of contamination.
The 13 panel drug screen test cup should remain in packaging until the donor is ready to provide a specimen. After the operator has removed the testing cup from the protective packaging and opened the seal, the donor should sign and date the cup in the body label.
The donor must provide a sample between 15 ml and 30 ml for accurate results and potential laboratory usage. After receiving the sample, operators should check that the no-drip lid is tightly sealed before beginning a five-minute timer. The temperature indicator should be consulted to ensure that the specimen is between 90 and 100 degrees F. Operators may also choose to check the specimen for adulterants or contamination at this time.
Results can be interpreted five minutes after collecting the specimen. Do not interpret results if the testing cup was left to stand for more than eight minutes.
Human urine is potentially infectious to and also sensitive to light, air, and contamination. Operators must ensure proper handling of the testing cup and specimen to ensure the accuracy of the results as well as adhere to basic health and safety precautions. Expired cups should be discarded.
A positive result is an indication that the sample exceeds the cutoff levels of one or more of the thirteen drugs and metabolites tested for. When the sample is positive for one or more of the drugs that the 13 panel drug test tests for, no colored band forms in the result area of the testing cup. To confirm the positive results, the sample should be sent to a toxicology laboratory for additional examination.
A negative result indicates the sample does not exceed the cutoff levels for any of the thirteen drugs and metabolites tested for. If a colored band forms in the result area of the testing cup, the sample is negative.
DIMENSIONS: 14 x 14 x 3 in