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7 PANEL DRUG TEST CUP W/ 6 Adulterants – FDA Cleared and CLIA-Waived
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Benefits of the 7 Panel Cup w/6 Adulterants
⏺ CLIA-Waived and FDA 510k approved
⏺ 99% accuracy
⏺ 6 Adulterant tests
⏺ Flat front for photocopying
⏺ Quick results
⏺ Easy to use
⏺ Temperature strip included
⏺ MDC-375AD (Cocaine, Marijuana, Opiates 300ng, Methamphetamine, Oxycodone, Benzodiazepines, Buprenorphine)
What is a 7 Panel Drug Test Cup with w/6AD?
Our 7 panel cup with 6 adulterants is a self-contained and fully integrated testing device, used to detect both drug metabolites in urine and adulterants to ensure that the sample hasn’t been tampered with. The 6 adulterants tested are Oxidants, Specific Gravity, Ph, Nitrite, Glutaraldehyde, and Creatinine. All our drug testing cups are both FDA-510k approved and CLIA-Waived. You will see results in 5 minutes or less, saving you time by not having to wait on the typical 24-48 hours wait time of a laboratory. When results are ready they are able to be photocopied due to our flat sided design of the cup. The lids form a tight seal and are leak proof making the product safe for transporting if lab confirmation testing is necessary. Our tests are competitively priced and ordering in bulk is encouraged if you have the ability to do so, in order to achieve maximum savings.
What is adulterant testing?
Specimen Adulteration– Deliberatively tampering with a urine sample in order to avoid a positive test result. An adulterated specimen may contain foreign substances added or be highly diluted making it inconsistent with normal human urine.
Oxidants– Foreign chemical substances that are added to a test in order to tamper with the results. This test reveals if any of the most common oxidizing agents such as bleach, have been added to a urine sample. The affect oxidizing agents have on the urine depends on the amount added and the duration of time it has been in the urine
Specific Gravity– The measure of the density of a substance compared to the density of water. It is used to test if the sample has been diluted. In urine the SG is a measure of the concentration of solid particles that have been dissolved. Low levels of SG are indicative of a test that has apparent dilution
Ph– Is the measurement of acidity – alkalinity level of the urine. The acceptable levels of urine Ph lie in the 4.0 – 9.0 range. Anything outside of this parameter indicates the likelihood of an altered sample
Nitrite– Tests for commonly used commercial adulterants such as Klear or Whizzies. They work by oxidizing the primary Cannabinoid metabolite 11-Hydroxy-THC. Urine should have no traces of nitrite
Glutaraldehyde– Tests for the presence of an Aldehyde. Some commercial adulterants such as clear choice and Urnaid contain Aldehyde which can cause a false negative reading due to the disruption of the enzyme used in some drug screening devices
Creatinine – A waste product of Creatine, which is an amino acid found in muscle tissue and contained in urine. A person may attempt to flush their system by drinking excessive amounts of water or other diuretics such as coffee or green tea. This can result in a diluted sample. Creatinine is a way to check for the possibility of diluted urine, which is one of the most common methods people use to circumvent drug testing. The absence of Creatinine is indicative of a sample inconsistent with human urine