10 panel drug test
Its unique design offers its users a safe and easy to use product, well suited for both office testing and personal use.
Some of its features include
- a no-drip screw-on lid that prevents leakage and it keeps things hygienic
- built-in temperature strips to prevent any modifications to the urine sample.
- SAMHSA cutoff levels, making them the perfect tool in drug testing
The 10 panel drug screening cup is a device that aims to help both controllers and donors to administer safe testing.
The 10 panel drug test cost is best suited for large-scale testing, similar to those that might occur in a workplace environment.
Their ease of use and unique design offers the donors an encouraging tool for administering the tests and the controllers a tool for quick and accurate results.
The sheer amount of drugs that can be tested with these drug screens make the 10 panel drug screen a must have for both personal use and use on a larger scale.
What does a 10 panel drug screen test for?
|Drug Name||Cut-Off Level||Detection time|
|Amphetamines/AMP||1000 ng/mL||1-2 Days|
|Benzodiazepines/BZO||300 ng/mL||1-2 Days|
|Buprenorphine/BUP||10 ng/mL||2-6 Days|
|Cocaine/COC||300 ng/mL||2-4 Days|
|Ecstasy/MDMA||500 ng/mL||2-4 Days|
|Marijuana/THC||50 ng/mL||5+ Days|
|Methadone/MTD||300 ng/mL||1-3 Days|
|Methamphetamine/mAMP (or MET)||1000 ng/mL||2-4 Days|
|Morphine/OPI||300 ng/mL||2-3 Days|
|Oxycodone/OXY||100 ng/mL||1-3 Days|
Given that these cups are FDA approved and CLIA waived we can be sure that their efficiency is top-notch. This fact, combined with the advanced design gives the 10 panel cups a clear edge over other additions.
10 Panel Test instruction
Be sure to follow the instructions when using the 10 panel drug testing cups.
- Open: The drug testing device should be held at temperatures between 36 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit. If this is followed the cup can be removed from the packaging slowly.
- Collect: Urine should be administered into the open cup only once you are ready to use the device, otherwise, it should remain closed.
- Check: Once the urine is in, the temperature strips on the cup should show a temperature of between 90 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Wait: Once the urine has been administered and the cup closed, wait for 5 minutes at least, if you check the test sooner than that the results will be inconclusive.
- Peal: Once the 5 minutes have passed you can read the results of the test by looking at the test strips membrane which is printed out on the cup itself.
- Read: Following the instructions on how to read the test, take a look at the membranes of the strips, keep a close eye on the C and T markings.
How to use 10 panel drug test cup
How to read 10 panel drug test results
To read 10 panel drug test cups just follow the instruction on the page or on your cup, all the test strips in the cup can be read by looking at the red lines they show.
10 panel drug test cup is a quite sensitive drug screen that adheres to SAMHSA cutoff levels.
It is recommended that you wait for at least 5 minutes after the test has been administered in order for the cups to provide a clear and readable result.
Reading Test Results
Does suboxone show up on a 10 panel drug test?
Yes, Suboxone can show up on a 10-panel drug test. A 10-panel drug test is designed to detect the presence of commonly abused substances, and one of the panels typically tests for buprenorphine, which is one of the active ingredients in Suboxone.
Buprenorphine is a medication used to treat opioid dependence, and Suboxone is a brand name for a combination medication that contains buprenorphine and naloxone. If someone has taken Suboxone, it is likely to be detected in a 10-panel drug test.
What does 10 panel drug test includes?
It’s important to note that the specific substances tested for can vary depending on the organization or institution conducting the drug test. Our 10 panel test kit includes the drugs that you can see in the chart above.
Some variations of the 10-panel test may also include additional substances such as synthetic cannabinoids or other prescription drugs. It’s always best to check with the testing facility or employer to get accurate information on the panel configuration they use.