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Dec 15, 15

Rapid Detect Inc. strongly recommends that a SAMHSA certified laboratory confirm all non-negative results. Please call us directly for assistance.

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Although there is no official training required to administer the tests, procedure cards are provided as well as, instructional videos, drug test interpretation quizzes and certificates of completion free of charge.

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Although there are only a small handful of products that can be used to change the result of an impending test, there are validity screens available which can detect these adulterants. Some are integrated into the tests, such as the iCup®, which has…

Dec 15, 15

It is always important to collect a sufficient amount of specimen in case of a non-negative result. The confirmation laboratory requires a minimum of 15mL of specimen but prefers 30mL for urine testing. For saliva, it is 2mL.

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The amount of time for results to remain stable varies according to the rapid test device. Please visit our library section or call us directly for more information.

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All drug test devices can be stored at room temperature up to the date of expiration printed on the individual foil pouch. They cannot be stored in extreme heat or cold and must remain sealed in the foil pouch until use.

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No. The iCup® A.D. contains a specimen validity test or SVT strip that verifies the validity of a specimen. The SVT strip checks for oxidants, specific gravity and pH in the specimen. For example, if someone tries to substitute water for urine, the …

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Yes, they are all tested using the Opiates (Rapid Response) or Morphine (Instant-View) test. These drugs are from the same family of drugs.

Dec 15, 15

Urine Method Amphetamines — 2-6 days Barbiturates — 3-8 days Benzodiazepines — 2-14 days Cannabis (Marijuana) — 14-30 days Cocaine — 2-5 days Ecstasy — 1-3 days Methadone — 2-8 days Opiates — 2-5 days Phencyclidine — 3-8days Tricyclic Antidepressant…

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Laboratory test results for drugs of abuse have indicated a greater than 97% accuracy when used according to the step-by-step instructions that are provided with the test.

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Yes. The most common problem is the pseudoephedrine in many over-the-counter sinus and cold medications, which can cause a positive result for methamphetamine. A GC/MS confirmation as well as a MRO review is necessary to determine the source of the …

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Rapid Drug tests provide only a preliminary analytical test result. A more specific alternate chemical must be used in order to obtain a confirmed analytical result – Gas Chromatography (Mass Spectrometry) (GC/MS) is the preferred confirmatory metho…

Dec 15, 15

Our test devices have a shelf life of 12 to 18 months from the date of manufacture. The expiration date of each lot of devices is indicated on each individual foil pouch and can be used until that date. Upon date of purchase, one should have from 6 …

Dec 15, 15

Our drug tests are qualitative, which means it only determines the presence of drugs at detection, limits comparable to SAMHSA cut-off concentration. GC/MS, which costs more, quantifies the concentration of drugs in the sample. Given the purposes of…

Aug 29, 15

By John Horton, Multimedia Specialist    What are the differences between you performing a Hair Drug Test at home and getting it done at the lab? That answer is simple: YOU! Think about it, if you go to a lab to have a hair drug test performed, the …

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