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One Step Nine Panel Dip Card Drug Test

Quick Overview

  • Up to 9 Drugs
  • One Step “Dip & Read”
  • Results within 5 Minutes
  • Great for Home and Office
  • 18 Month Shelf Life
  • Easy to Read Results

Availability: In stock

Product sold in cases of 25 tests
1-34-1112-1920+
$131.25$113.75$104.75$83.75
$5.25 each$4.55 each$4.19 each$3.35 each
* Discounts may vary based on options above
ModelDrugs Tested
DOA-194AMP / BAR / BZO / COC / mAMP / MTD / OPI / PCP / THC

Additional Information

This Nine Panel Dip Card Drug Test is well-known for its simple and generic “Dip and Read” urine test card. It eliminates the need for additional steps to obtain test results. This makes it a great choice for office or home use. For professional use, this drug test dip card is clinical grade and FDA Approved. You can detect up to 9 different illicit drugs in one testing. Test results are available in 5 minutes or less, with up to a 99% accuracy rate. There is an 18-month extended shelf life.

 

TaglineN/A
Per Case25
Stability Expiration DateN/A
Panel Count9
With AdulterantsNo
AdulterantsN/A
ControlsNC-1, PC-1
Application Typeurine dip
CLIA Waived?No
FDA ClearedYes
Forensic only?No
DOT Approved?No
All Sales FinalN/A
Avg Competitor Price$157.50

Details

Before testing:

Read the instructions completely.
Check the expiration date on the box. Do not use the test if it is expired. Have a watch, clock or timer ready.

PERFORMING THE TEST
Step 1:
Remove the dip card from the sealed pouch. Write the donor name or ID on the dip card in the provided space, then remove the cap.

Step 2:

With the arrows pointing toward the urine specimen, immerse the sample tips vertically in the urine specimen for at least 20 seconds. Replace the cap back onto the dip card and place the dip card on a flat surface.
Step 3:

Read drug test results at 5 minutes. Results remain stable for 60 minutes.

Step 4:

Read urine adulteration test results by visually comparing the color of the reagent pads to the corresponding color blocks on the Color Chart at 3 to 5 minutes.

INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS

Negative Result

NEGATIVE: Two colored bands appear on the membrane. One band appears in the control region (C) and another band appears in the test region (T).Certain lines may appear lighter or thinner than other lines. A line is to be considered a line whether it is faint, light or dark.

Preliminary Positive Result:

POSITIVE: Only one colored band appears, in the control region (C). No apparent colored band appears in the test region (T).

Invalid Result:

INVALID: Control band fails to appear. Results from any test which has not produced a control band at the specific read time must be discarded. Please review the procedure and repeat with a new test. If the problem persists, discontinue using the kit immediately and contact your local distributor.



Details

ModelDrugs Tested:
DOA-194AMP1000, BAR300, BZO300, COC300, mAMP1000, MTD300, OPI2000, PCP25, THC50
Drug NameABBRCutoff LevelApprox Detection
time in Urine
Approximate Detection
time in Saliva
AmphetamineAMP500 ng/ml2-4 Days1-3 Days
1000 ng/ml2-4 DaysN/A
AlcoholALC0.02% and 0.04%6-24 hours6-12 hours
BarbituratesBAR300 ng/ml3-6 Days1 Day
BenzodiazepinesBZO300 ng/ml3-7 Days1-2 Days
BuprenorphineBUP10 ng/ml2-3 Days1 Day
CocaineCOC150 ng/ml2-4 DaysN/A
300 ng/ml2-4 Days1-3 Days
EcstasyMDMA500 ng/ml1-3 Days1-2 Days
FentanylFEN300 ng/ml3 DaysN/A
K2 / SpiceK2/Spice50 ng/ml1-3 DaysN/A
MarijuanaTHC50 ng/ml5-30 Days3 Hours - 1 Day
20 ng/MLUp To 30 daysN/A
MethadoneMTD50 ng/ml3-5 Days1 Day
MethamphetamineMAMP1000 ng/ml3-5 Days1-3 Days
500 ng/ml3-5 DaysN/A
MorphineMOP300 ng/ml2-4 Days1-3 Days
OpiatesOPI2000 ng/ml2-4 Days1-3 Days
OxycodoneOXY100 ng/ml2-4 Days1 Day
PhencyclidinePCP25 ng/ml5-10 Days1-3 Days
Tricyclic AntidepressantsTCA1000 ng/ml3-6 DaysN/A
PropoxyphenePPX300 ng/ml1-2 DaysN/A
*Detection times should be considered estimates. Window of detection is relative to usage pattern and chronic usage.