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Multidrug Test Cups

Multidrug Test Cups

12 Panel Now’s MultiDrug Test Cups are one of the most reliable and widely used tests on the market today.  12 Panel Now labeled tests ensure unsurpassed quality and durability. The MultiDrug Test cups are all leak-resistant and easy to use, displaying results in just a few minutes. 

Once the donor provides the urine sample specimen contained within the cup, the test administrator can safely view the test results from the outside once the peel-away label is removed. Our drug test cups have been the preferred method of screening for Medical Facilities, Corporations, Sober Living Facilities, and more.  For those who are interested in single-use at-home drug tests, smaller quantities can be purchased as well.

What Drugs are Detected on a Drug Test?

The MultiDrug Test Cups from 12 Panel Now detect many different kinds of substances of abuse.  Each drug test has a slightly different configuration.   For instance, if you are looking for a Multi-Drug test that Detects TCA/Tricyclic Antidepressants, the 12 Panel Cup with TCA would be the appropriate choice.  Many of the different configurations are listed below.

How to Read a Urine Drug Test Result

Peel off the label for the MultiDrug Test cups when you’re ready to interpret the results. Test results should be read within 5 minutes. Do not interpret the result after 8 minutes. How Long Does it Take to Complete this Test?

A Urine Test is one of the fastest and most efficient ways to perform drug screening.   This is in part due to the ease of use and the time it takes to complete the procedure.  Multidrug Test Cups from 12 Panel Now will indicate test results within 5 minutes.  Of course, depending on who the test administrator is, the overall testing session length may vary.

How Far Back Can a Urine Test Detect Drugs?

This would be very difficult to determine because different substances metabolize differently within different individuals.  Many drugs will remain within the body within a few days after last use.   Many opioids will remain within the system up to three days after last use.  Before purchasing your Drug Test Cup from 12 Panel Now, make sure to read the detection times and cutoff levels on each product listing.

What are the Cutoff Levels for Drug Test Cups?

Every specific test may have a different cutoff level.  To view the different cutoff levels of the drugs detected on 12 Panel Now’s drug test, please see Drug Test Cutoff Levels.

Does Alcohol Show Up in a Urine Test?

Alcohol is detected on many urine drug test kits.  12 Panel Now provides a 14 Panel Drug Test that will detect Alcohol, in addition to 13 other drugs of abuse.  The alcohol testing strip within this test will detect alcohol in urine up to 8 hours after last use. EtG, (Ethyl glucuronide) however, is a metabolite of Alcohol. 

An EtG test will detect alcohol in urine, though the detection time is longer.  An EtG test will determine if someone has consumed alcohol up to 80 hours after last use.

Where Can I Find Drug Test Instructions for the Drug Test Cups?

The test cup instructions are included in our packages before we ship.  If you are looking for an extra copy you may download it HERE.

How Do Drug Test Cups Work?

Using 12 Panel Now’s Drug Test Kits is a simple and easy process.  The duration of the test should only take a few minutes.  To view the test instructions, see Drug Testing Instructions – Evaluating Your Test Results 

How to Read Temperature Strip on Drug Tests

All of 12 Panel Now’s Multi-Drug Test Cups contain a temperature strip.  This temperature strip indicates the temperature of the urine specimen once it is provided.  Evaluating the temperature of a urine specimen is essential to determining whether it has been tampered with. 

The temperature strip is visible on the face of the label. Verify the temperature of the specimen by observing where the green dot appears.  A green dot will appear on the corresponding temperature line. Normal body temperature is around 98.6 degrees. 

The specimen may be a few degrees less.  If you are concerned about adulterated samples, keep an eye out for samples with unusually low temperatures or high temperatures.

What Are Drug Test Cutoff Levels?

In drug testing, a drug test cutoff level is the point that determines whether the test is positive or negative. For example, the cutoff level for oxycodone is 100 ng/mL. So when a urine drug test cup detects the presence of this substance, the result exceeds that level (100 ng/ml) and will result in a positive reading. 

If the test displays a negative test result, the amount of oxycodone in the sample did not reach the cutoff level.  To find out all cutoff levels for 12 Panel Now’s Drug Tests, see: “Drug Test Cutoff Levels“.

How Accurate are At Home Drug Tests?

The Multi-Drug Tests available from 12 Panel Now are all 99% accurate and suitable for clinical use or as a home test.  Most of our cups are CLIA-waived and FDA-approved.  Additionally, new lower cutoff levels make this the ideal urine analysis test for pain management and addiction screening.  [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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