12 Panel Drug Test Cup with Phencyclidine (PCP)
Our 99% accurate 12 Panel drug test cup is your one-stop point-of-care diagnostic device for twelve common drugs of abuse.
Its efficient design makes it a safe, handy, and reliable PCP test. No messy leaks can compromise your health and safety.
What is Phencyclidine?
Phencyclidine (PCP) is a hallucinogenic that delivers mind-altering, psychological effects.
12 Panel Cup Drugs Tested
|Drug Name||Abbreviation||Detection time||Cut-Off Level|
|Amphetamines||AMP||1-2 Days||1000 ng/mL|
|Barbiturates||BAR||1-4 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Benzodiazepines||BZO||1-2 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Buprenorphine||BUP||2-6 Days||10 ng/mL|
|Cocaine||COC||2-4 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Ecstasy||MDMA||2-4 Days||500 ng/mL|
|Marijuana||THC||5+ Days||50 ng/mL|
|Methadone||MTD||1-3 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Methamphetamine||mAMP (or MET)||2-4 Days||1000 ng/mL|
|Morphine||OPI||2-3 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Oxycodone||OXY||1-3 Days||100 ng/mL|
|Phencyclidine||PCP||7-14 Days||25 ng/mL|
The 12 Panel CLIA waived cup can detect the following substances:
1. (AMP) Amphetamine
Amphetamine is a mood-altering drug, a very addictive substance. Doctors prescribe it for the treatment of ADD, ADHD, and narcolepsy.
However, some people use Amphetamines are as a recreational drug.
2. (BAR) Barbiturates
This central nervous system depressant is also known as muscle relaxers and is used to treat seizures, headaches, and insomnia. Additionally, Barbiturates peaked in popularity in the 1970s but are not as widely prescribed today due to their highly addictive nature.
3. (BZO) Benzodiazepines
Benzos are Central Nervous System depressants commonly prescribed to treat anxiety, convulsive, sleep, and mood disorders.
Furthermore, physiological and psychological dependence can result from Benzodiazepines misuse depending on the drug’s potency, its dosage, and the length of time it is taken.
4. (BUP) Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine, the primary ingredient found in Bunavail, Subutex, Suboxone, and Zubsolv, is a semi-synthetic opioid and partial agonist used in the treatment of opiate addiction.
However, Buprenorphine is no different from other opioids. It is also commonly abused because it produces significant euphoria. People use it illegally as a substitute for heroin or as a primary drug of abuse.
5. (COC) Cocaine
Cocaine is an addictive stimulant drug made from South American coca leaf extract. As a Schedule II drug, Cocaine has a high potential for abuse. Therefore, it can cause severe psychological or physical dependence.
6. (MDMA) Ecstasy
Neurologically speaking, Ecstasy tickles all the right spots of your brain.
MDMA, the drugs’ active chemical ingredient, enters brain cells and causes a serotonin release overdrive.
However, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) classifies MDMA as a Schedule I drug. This means it has a high potential for abuse but currently has no known medical use.
7. (THC) Marijuana
Marijuana or Cannabis is controversial and popular on a global scale. Additionally, scientists and biologists are still studying cannabis plants. They want to determine whether THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in Marijana and CBD, can be as medically helpful as some people believe.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse mentions that Marijuana can be addictive and a gateway drug.
8. (MTD) Methadone
Doctors prescribe Methadone for treating opioid addiction. This synthetic opioid agonist acts on the opioid receptors activated by opioids like morphine, heroin, and opioid-based pain medication.
However, unlike heroin, morphine, or opioid pain relievers, Methadone acts slowly. Additionally, it does not produce euphoria in a person with an opioid disorder.
9. (MAMP, MET) Methamphetamine
Meth is a highly addictive substance. Although it is possible to stop using it, the withdrawal symptoms that come with the process aren’t easy.
The long-time user can endanger the health and lives of the people around him. Additionally, people who use meth can exhibit violent behavior, experience hallucinations, and paranoia.
Not to mention that second-hand meth smoke can cause a person to test positive for the drug even if he doesn’t use it.
10. (OPI300, MOP) Opiates/Morphine
Opiates/Morphine are also illicitly used for recreational purposes by drug abusers.
Additionally, opiates can cause incapacitating physical dependence. This could severely affect an abuser’s physical and mental health.
11. (OXY) Oxycodone
Oxycodone comes from an alkaloid of opium known as thebaine. However, its effect is twice that of morphine and would lead to addiction stronger than some other opiates such as codeine.
Consequently, misuse and abuse of Oxycodone can lead to overdose and death.
12. (PCP) Phencyclidine
Phencyclidine or PCP (Molecular Formula C17H25N) is a synthetic hallucinogenic or dissociative drug that is considered one of the most dangerous illicit substances in the current list of drugs of abuse.
Developed as a general anesthetic drug, its medical usage was discontinued as a consequence of its addictive nature and negative side effects.
PCP, in its pure form, is a crystalline, white powder that easily dissolves in water and alcohol.
Additionally, like bath salts and spice (K2), abuse of PCP also results in detached, aggressive behavior and a feeling of invincibility and invulnerability.
Phencyclidine has been sold disguised as methamphetamine, THC, mescaline, LSD, MDMA, and even formaldehyde. Based on a 2000 report of DEA, ecstasy (MDMA) sold in the streets often contains PCP.
What do Drug Test Cutoff Levels Mean?
Simply put, a drug cut-off level is a level at which the amount of a detected substance reaches a point where it indicates danger. If the test results indicate an amount that is less than the indicated cut-off level, the test will yield a negative result.
For example, if a donor eats a poppy seed muffin a day before the test, opium will not be detected in his drug test.
On the other hand, when a urine drug test results exceed the indicated cut-off level, it will result in a positive result. To find out all cutoff levels for 12 Panel Now’s Drug Tests, see: “Drug Test Cutoff Levels“.
What Does a 12 Panel Drug Test test For?
Generally, this test detects twelve different substances.
The 12 panel CLIA waived cup with PCP from 12panelnow.com detects the drugs: AMP, BAR, BUP, BZO, COC, MAMP (MET), MDMA, MTD, OPI300 (MOP), OXY, THC & PCP (Phencyclidine)
Furthermore, there are other configurations of 12 Panel Urine Drug tests available. For instance, the 12 Panel Drug Test with TCA includes the drugs listed above with the exception of PCP. Instead of including PCP, it detects TCA (Tricyclic antidepressants).
On the other hand, The 12 Panel Drug Test + Etg detects the same drugs as the 12 Panel TCA test, with the addition of EtG. (Ethyl glucuronide)
How Accurate is the 12 Panel CLIA waived cup?
The 12 panel CLIA waived cup is an easy-to-use test that is suitable in a Clinical Environment as well as for home use. The drug test is extremely sensitive and conforms to SAMHSA cutoff levels.
New lower cut-offs make this the ideal urine analysis test for pain management and addiction screening. Each 12 Panel drug test cup possesses a 99% accuracy rate and is also very comprehensive to use for at-home drug testing. This is a fully integrated and self-contained Drug screening cup.
How Long Does a Drug Test Take?
Results of the 12 panel CLIA waived cup can be viewed in as little as two minutes or less, although it is recommended that you assess the urine specimen five minutes after the drug test has been taken. Do not wait longer than eight minutes to interpret the result.
The 12 Panel Drug Test cup should be stored in a temperature-regulated room between 36 degrees and 78 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not remove the drug test cups from their seals until they’re ready for use.
Our 12 panel CLIA waived cup with PCP is 99% accurate and FDA approved. You can rely on its accuracy and ergonomic design to provide you with safe, precise, and hygienic urine drug testing all the time.
Furthermore, its rounded design and huge mouth make it easy to use and handle. Because this test has a leak-resistant feature and no-drip twist top lid, keeping things sanitary won’t be an issue.
Additionally, its peel-and-read tag allows you to interpret the results in a breeze.
12 Panel CLIA Waived Cup: The Convenient, Efficient Cup
There’s no need to use any other tool when authenticating the sample because each test cup comes with a built-in temperature strip. It tells you whether the specimen is within the normal body temperature range. If it’s higher than 90-100 degrees F, it means the specimen was warmed with a heating pad. A lower temperature suggests substitution or dilution.
Are you a part of an organization that needs to regularly use these kits? Consider buying these drug test cups in bulk from us.
12 Panel CLIA Waived Cup Instructions
Before the test
First, bring the PCP Urine Drug Test, specimen, and/ or controls to room temperature (59-78 degrees F). Remove the cup from the sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible.
Then, have the donor date and initial the body label.
The donor provides a urine specimen in the drug testing cup and screws the cap on top of it.
After the test
It’s important to check the temperature strip label at 2-4 minutes after specimen collection for the fresh urine specimen. Green color will appear to indicate the temperature of the urine specimen.
Reading the result of the 12 Panel CLIA Waived Cup
12 panel CLIA waived cup test results are indicated by the presence or absence of colored band(s) in the result area of the test strips. The result should be read at 5 minutes. Do not interpret the result after 8 minutes.
Positive test results must be confirmed by another drug testing method. Send the cup and urine specimen intact to a toxicology laboratory for confirmation
What makes our 12 panel CLIA waived cup with PCP unique?
1. Accuracy and reliability
Our 12 panel drug test cups are recognized by the authorities in the industry. They are 99% accurate. They come in a round design, with tight locking lids and leak-resistant features.
You can use these cups in:
- Testing facilities
- Probation centers
- Police stations
- Athletic organizations
Doctors need these urinalysis cups regularly, for both their patients and employees. So if you’re looking for a reliable and economical source for all your bulk testing cup buys, look no further than 12 Panel Now.
There are multiple reasons why using a 12 Panel CLIA waived cup is necessary. Some of these may be for:
Employers typically require regular and random drug testing in their workplace to ensure everyone’s health, safety, and productivity. They may also require job applicants to undergo drug testing as one of the determinants for hiring.
Courts require people charged with DUI and other criminal activities to go through drug tests.
Sports organizations, both collegiate and professional, require athletes to take a drug test to rule out doping.
Rehabs monitor the sobriety of their patients. They want to make sure their patients are taking their treatment programs seriously.
12 Panel Now’s 12 panel CLIA waived cup with PCP detects twelve types of substance of abuse including Phencyclidine.
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No, the 12 panel CLIA waived cup cannot detect Neurontin, a prescription medication for seizures and shingles. If you want to test for this substance, you can check out our gabapentin test strips.
Read more here: https://12panelnow.com/gabapentin-abuse/
No, Wellbutrin, a prescription antidepressant doesn’t show up on a 12 panel CLIA waived cup. It can only be detected by a blood test.
Drinking plenty of water can dilute your urine.
However, the 12 panel cup also measures the urine’s creatinine level. As stated in the study, Importance of creatinine analyses of urine when screening for abused drugs:
“Urine samples used in drug-abuse testing should be tested for creatinine; if creatinine is less than 4.0 mmol/L, negative results for drugs may not be valid.”
If someone’s urine’s creatinine level is too low, the evaluator will ask you for a retest.