EZ Split 5MP - COC,THC,OPI mAMP, PCP with new lid - EZ-Split Drug Test Cups by USHealthTests

 
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EZ Split 5MP - COC,THC,OPI mAMP, PCP with new lid

Easy and clean urine testing for cocaine, marijuana, opiates (including heroin and morphine), methamphetamine, and phencyclidine. Now with a new spill proof lid.

Prices as low as $4.49 per test, available to order in multiples of 25. Please click on the product image or name above to find out more information.


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A very popular 5-drug EZ split cup. The EZ Split cup provides immediate results. The test sample is split into two chambers, making for easy confirmation of the untouched sample, should this be necessary.

The CLIA-certification means this test meets federal government standards for both ease of use and clarity of result interpretation.

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INTENDED USE
This drug test cup is an immunochromatographic assay for rapid qualitative detection of drugs of abuse and their principal metabolites in urine at specified cutoff concentrations listed below:

ABBREVIATION TARGET ANALYTE CUT-OFF (ng/mL)
COC Cocaine 300
THC Marijuana 50
mAMP Methamphetamine 1,000
OPI Opiates 2,000
PCP Phencyclidine 25

This assay is intended for professional use. It is not for over the counter sale.

Note: This assay provides only preliminary analytical test results. A more specific alternative chemical method must be used in order to obtain confirmed analytical results. Gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) is the preferred confirmatory method. Clinical consideration and professional judgment should be applied to any drug of abuse test results, particularly when preliminary results indicated positive.

SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION OF THE TEST
Drug abuse remains a growing social and economic concern in many developed and developing countries throughout the world. The above stated drugs are among the most frequently abused illicit drugs according to the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

This drug test cup uses a fast, qualitative, visually read competitive immunoassay method for screening without the need for instrumentation. The method employs a mixture of antibodies and antigens to selectively identify the drugs of abuse and their metabolites in test samples with a high degree of sensitivity.

The length of time following drug use for which a positive result may occur is dependent upon several factors including the frequency and amount of drug, metabolic rate, drug half-life, and the drug use’s age, weight, activity, and diet.

PRINCIPLE OF THE TEST
The drug test cup is a competitive immunoassay in which drugs and drug metabolites in a urine sample compete with immobilized drug conjugate for limited labeled antibody binding sites. By utilizing antibodies that are specific to different drug classes, the test permits independent, simultaneous detection of up to twelve drugs from a single urine sample. The test results can be read at 5 minutes.

In the assay procedure, urine mixes with labeled antibody-dye conjugate and migrates along a porous membrane. When the concentration of a given drug is below the detection limit of the test, unbound antibody-dye conjugate binds to antigen conjugate immobilized on the membrane, producing a colored line in the appropriate Test Zone for that drug. Conversely, when the drug level is at or above the detection limit, free drug competes with the immobilized antigen conjugate on the membrane by binding to antibody-dye conjugate, forming an antigen-antibody complex and preventing the development of a colored line in the Test Zone.

Regardless of the drug levels in the sample, a colored line is produced in each Control Zone by a parallel immunochemical reaction. The presence of this colored line in the control region serves as 1) verification that sufficient volume is added and 2) that proper flow is obtained.

MATERIALS PROVIDED
1. Test cups with strips containing dye-conjugated antibody and immobilized antigen in a protein matrix with sodium azide.
2. Test Instructions.

MATERIALS NEEDED BUT NOT PROVIDED
1. Timing device (i.e., timer, clock, watch, etc.)

WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
1. For in vitro diagnostic use.
2. For professional use only.
3. Do not use the test device beyond the expiration date.
4. Use a new device for each urine test to avoid cross contamination of urine samples. The drug test cup cannot be reused.
5. Urine specimens may be infectious; properly handle and dispose of all urine and urine reaction devices in a biohazard container.
6. Visually inspect the foil package to ensure it has not been compromised before beginning the test. If the package does not reach you intact, the integrity of the test cup may be comprised.

STORAGE AND STABILITY
Store test kit below 28ºC (83ºF); do not freeze. If stored at 2º-8ºC (36ºF-46ºF), allow the test kit to reach room temperature 15º-28º (59º-83ºF) before performing the test. The test cup will be stable until the expiration date as printed on the foil package.

SPECIMEN COLLECTION AND PREPARATION
Fresh urine specimens should be collected directly into the cup with a minimum of 30ml volume and do not require any special handling or pre-treatment. The drug test cup employs a thermal strip to validate the urine collection. This device should be checked immediately after collection.

Note: Urine specimens can be transferred from a urine collection container into the drug test cup if necessary.

TEST PROCEDURE
Do not break the seal of the protective pouch until ready to begin testing.

1. Tear open the foil pouch and remove the test cup.
2. Issue the device to the individual to be tested.
3. Have them urinate directly into the Drug test cup. Ensure the specimen is above the minimum level line on the test label.
4. The cup must be returned immediately to the collector. Authorized personnel at collection sites to remove tear-off label and read the results at five minutes post collection.

NOTE: In order to prevent any incorrect results, the test results should not be interpreted after 8 minutes.

Each of the tests is read individually and independently of one another.

Positive: A colored line is visible in each Control Zone. No color line appears in the Test Zone, indicating a preliminary positive result for the corresponding drug of that specific Test Zone. Send this urine specimen to a certified laboratory for confirmation.

Negative: A colored line is visible in each Control Zone and in the Test Zone, indicating that the concentration of the corresponding drug of that specific test zone is below the detection limit of the test.

Invalid: If a colored line is not visible in the Control Zone, the test is invalid. Another test should be run to re-evaluate the specimen. Each strip in the drug test cup is read and functions independently. An invalid result on one test strip does not invalidate other results derived from the same device.

Note: There is no meaning attributed to the line color intensity or width. Any evidence of a line should be considered a line.

1. Adulteration Strip Results are obtained by direct comparison of the reacted strips with the color blocks. Adulterated urine will show result colors under the “Abnormal” block colors of the color chart. Unadulterated samples will show strip colors similar to the “Normal” block colors of the colors chart.

pH: Normal urine pH ranges from 4.5 to 8.0 Values below pH 4.0 or above pH 9.0 are indicative of adulteration.

Specific Gravity: Random urine may vary in specific gravity from 1.003 – 1.030. Normal adults with normal diets and normal fluid intake will have an average urine specific gravity of 1.016 – 1.022. Elevated urine specific gravity values may be obtained in the presence of moderate quantities of protein. A urine specimen with a specific gravity level of less than 1.003 can be an indication of substitution. Specific gravity and creatinine values should be considered together to provide a better picture of whether the sample is substituted.

Creatinine: Daily creatinine excretion, related to muscle mass of the human body, is usually constant. A urine specimen with creatinine levels of less than 5 mg/dl is an indication of substitution.

Available in quantities that are multiples of 25.


Minimum order Qty: 25

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