ProScreen 10 panel drug test.
ProScreen 10 panel drug test is one of the most reliable drug testing kits available. They are manufactured in the USA to very high standards providing accurate and reliable tests every time.
This ten drug testing kit screens for the most popular 10 drugs of abuse as recommended by SAMHSA. The cut-off concentrations for each drug of abuse and their metabolites has been developed to match concentration levels set by NIDA (the National Institute on Drug Abuse) for the qualitative detection of a corresponding drug in human urine. This means that the result will either be positive or negative.
Drugs tested in these kits are: Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates, Morphine/Opiates, Amphetamines, Methamphetamine, Ecstasy, Barbiturates, Propoxyphene, Phencyclidine, Benzodiazepines, Oxycodone and Methadone.
Because of its accuracy and consistent reliability, it is used for a wide range of purposes including; drug testing at home, pre-employment drug testing, workplaces for testing employees, and in schools and colleges.
Fewer positive results from these common over-the-counter medications: Zantac, Sustiva, Prilosec, Protonix, Prevacid, Nexium, Phenergan, Zoloft, Sudafed PE and Adipex.
- Drug testing in your own home.
- Staffing agencies.
- Random testing in the workplace.
- Reasonable suspicion drug testing.
- Random drug testing in schools or youth organizations.
- Drug testing in health care facilities, pain centers and other clinics.
Directions for use.
To use the ProScreen 10 panel drug test, have the donor provide approx 60 ml of urine into a clean specimen container with a temperature strip. Always use gloves to avoid unnecessary contact when collecting the urine specimen.
- Verify the specimen is with acceptable temperature range.
- Read the temperature by viewing the affixed temperature strip on the side of the container.
- The specimen temperature at the point of collection should be between 93° – 98°F.
- If the temperature is out of range, retest with a new sample.
- Remove the ProScreen 10 panel drug test from the foil pouch.
- Remove the cap from the device and label it with the donors name.
- Immerse the absorbent tips into the urine specimen for ten to fifteen seconds.
- This drug test kit is “flood proof” and so can be fully immersed into the specimen sample.
- Replace the cap back on the card and lay on a flat clean surface.
- Allow the test card to continue resulting for two minutes.
- Read results when the lines appear on the face of the card.
- Do not interpret results after ten minutes.
Full instructions are included in each pack, but you can also download a copy by clicking the red button below.
Interpreting the result.
By viewing the face of the card, pinkish-red lines will start to appear. The (T) test lines appear first followed by (C) control lines.
- Control Line: The control line (C) indicates that each indicated drug panel was tested correctly.
- Negative: A negative test is indicated by the presence of a test line (T) for each indicated drug. Even if the test line (T) is light or faint, it still indicates a negative result. A negative result indicates that the drug concentration is below the detectable cut-off level.
- Positive: A positive is indicated by the absence of a test line (T) No line appears in the test region. This indicates that the drug concentration is above the cut-off level. Theses levels are set by NIDA – National Institute on Drug Abuse for consistency and is accepted as a reference to determine whether a donor is positive or not.
- Invalid: If the control line fails to appear this is an indication that there was insufficient specimen volume or the tips of the drug test kit were not in the sample for a long enough period of time.
The term “Drugs of Abuse” has a wide range of definitions related to taking a psychoactive drug or performance enhancing drug for a non-therapeutic or non-medical effect. Depending on the actual compound, drug abuse may lead to health problems, social problems, physical dependence, or psychological addiction. Drugs of abuse tests are a rapid, one step screening test for the simultaneous, qualitative detection of multiple drugs and metabolites in human urine.