What drugs can be detected in a urine test?

Once a drug is consumed, the detection of that drug uses metabolites excreted from urine as a way to screen for that drug in a urine test. It can take a minimum of 1 – 7 hours in the system in order to be detectable in urine depending on the drug panel test. This is because the drug must be metabolized before urine drug screen tests are able to detect the presence of that drug. It is also why many rely on urine drug tests to detect the drug longer in the system versus other types of drug testing, such as saliva or blood.

 

Our EIA prescreen urine drug test panels come in single panel up to 14 multi-panel test kits. You can purchase these as a drug test dip card or a drug test cup. Panels included will vary based on the catalog tests selected. They are more than 99% accurate in detecting specific drugs, according to the designated cut-off levels. This includes common addictive drugs ( insert hyperlink for corresponding blog) and specialty kits that tests for synthetic substances ( eg: Fentanyl, Tramadol, and K2).

 

Here are the drug test panels we offer:

 

Amphetamine

Barbiturates

Benzodiazepines

Buprenorphine

Cocaine

Fentanyl

K2

MDMA

Marijuana

Methadone

Methamphetamine

Morphine

Opiates

Oxycodone

PCP

Propoxyphene

TCA

Tramadol

 

You can find these drug tests and filter the kits based on your drug test needs here:

 

https://healthcare-manager.com/collections/drug-tests

 

Email us at service@healthcare-manager.com or call toll-free at 1-855-822-6999 for more details on ordering.

 

 

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