Drug Test

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  • No cross reactivity
  • All standard test Strips are 4 mm
  • All tests require urine sample
  • No cross reactivity
  • All standard test Strips are 4 mm
  • All tests require urine sample
  • 18 months + of shelf life
  • Test result in 5 minutes or less
  • Room temperature storage
  • 18 months + of shelf life
  • Test result in 5 minutes or less
  • Room temperature storage

Drug Test

Drug tests is used to describe a category of test devices and methods for detecting drugs of abuse, marijuana (THC), cocaine (Benzoylecgonine), amphetamine (AMP), Methamphetamine (MET), phencyclidine (PCP), opiates (OPI), Buprenorphine (BUP), Ketamine (KTM), and other controlled substances.

Drug Test methods include immunoassay methods, TLC, GC/MS or LC/MS analysis methods. Drug tests based on immunoassay methods are usually for pre-screening test of drug use and GC/MS or LC/MS methods are usually for confirmation test of urine specimens showed positive results in screening test.

Immunoassay drug test methods include laboratory testing methods and rapid on-site testing methods, or point of collection (POC) test methods. Laboratory drug testing usually employ enzyme immunoassay, such as ELISA, or EMIT assay methods. Such methods use an enzyme labeled drug antibody to trace small amount of drugs in urine, blood, or saliva specimens. The enzyme can be detected by a color reaction when an enzyme substrate is added to the enzyme containing solution. Enzyme immunoassay (EIA) methods are usually sensitive to less than 1ng/ml concentrations, but the assay reaction requires precision transfer of reagents, incubation time, and instrument reading of assay results.

Rapid test method for drug testing is an immunochromatographic assay method or lateral flow immunoassay method. Rapid lateral flow drug tests are simple to perform, the test reagents are easy to transport and store. Rapid drug test methods usually involve adding test sample one step action. Therefore, such tests are often called one-step tests or one step tests. The test results are visually read in 5-10 minutes.

Test Format

One Step Dipstick Strip

Drug Test

The one step dipstick strip is an economical alternative to the One Step Cassette Pack. It has the built-in control that ensures the reliability and consistency of its performance. The testing can be as simple as dipping the dipstick strip into the specimen sample.

One Step Casette Pack

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The one step cassette pack is a rapid, qualitative sandwich dye conjugated immunoassay packaged in convenient plastic cassettes. By adding urine or serum sample to the sample window, an accurate and visually distinguishable indicator would appear in minutes. It is packaged with a pipette and desiccant bag under low humidity in an opaque, airtight pouch that preserves the longevity of our product to a shelf life of up to twenty four months at room temperature of 2-30°C.

ONE STEP MULTI-TEST PACK – CARDLAB™

 

Drug Test

 

This is an extension of the dipstick strip test, designed with multiple testing capabilities. This design best suites the drug abuse screening with two or more test zones producing multiple results from one patient’s sample. It is time efficient yet as reliable as the single test above.

Suretest™

Drug Test

The Drug of Abuse Test Cup device employs a unique split sample technology. When urine is collected in the test cup, a small volume, sufficient for testing, is split into a test chamber of the device and produces an instant drug test result. The split urine sample does not flow back into the main cup reservoir. This leaves the urine specimen in the main reservoir uncontaminated. We have automatic, push key and turnkey split sample cups

FAQ

Rapid test = rapid lateral flow test = immunochromatographic assay is a common test device in point of care/point of collection (POC) testing (POCT).

Rapid tests – How does it work?
Rapid test is a lateral flow type of immunoassay. Reagents are embedded at different sections of a porous test strip. When a liquid sample is introduced to a sample, the sample wicks towards the opposite end of the strip, which results in the sample solution mixes with the assay reagents and the analyte reacts with the reagents. At the end, a color band will be present or absent at a middle section of the assay strip, which indicates the presence or absence of the analyte in the sample.

Is it complicated to use?
The test sample is introduced to an end of the test strip by pipetting, dipping, or other methods. Cassettes, cups (CupLab™), discards (CardLab™) are designed for convenience. (Please refer to package insert for full instruction). The lateral flow test result takes only 1-10 minutes to develop. Most rapid tests are suitable for point of collection (POC) testing. Due to the low complexity, many rapid test products have been CLIA Waived for non-professional/home use, such as pregnancy tests, ovulation tests and rapid drug test devices.

How sensitive are rapid drug tests?
The limit of detection (LOD) of rapid drug tests for drugs in urine is usually a few nanograms to a few hundred nanograms per milliliter. This sensitivity is sufficient for detecting most drugs of abuse in urine after drug use. The detection window of drugs in urine is usually a few days after drug use.

How accurate are the results of rapid tests?
The test results are generally > 98% accurate. Rapid tests are in most cases a prescreening test only. Once a sample is tested positive, a more reliable laboratory test method is recommended for confirmation of the positive result. A confirmation test method, such as GC/MS analysis of the urine sample is recommended before proving one is guilty.

How stable are rapid tests?
Rapid tests contains dry reagents only are usually stable at room temperatures for about 18 months to 25 months. Like most biological products, rapid test reagents are heat sensitive. For longer-term storage the products should be stored at cool places and avoid extreme high temperature conditions and direct sunlight in storage or during transportation.

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