6 Panel Urine Drug Test Information
- The 6 Panel urine drug test with THC is a rapid drug test that is CLIA-waived and FDA-approved POC (Point-of-Care) urinalysis cup.
- The 6 Panel Instant Urine Test is one of the most affordable ways to screen for drug abuse.
- This instant urine test detects 6 classes of drugs including THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol).
- Test results are fast and 99% accurate.
- Ideal as an at home drug test 6 panel screen.
- Test results are displayed within 5 minutes.
- Each Standard 6 Panel Drug Test is easy to use at home or clinical drug testing.
- 6 Panel drug test cup contains a built-in temperature strip for validating urine samples.
- Wholesale Pricing – As Low As $1.54 per 6 panel drug test cup.
What does a 6 Panel Drug test for?
|Drug Name||Abbreviation||Detection time||Cut-Off Level|
|Amphetamines||AMP||1-2 Days||1000 ng/mL|
|Oxycodone||OXY||1-3 Days||100 ng/mL|
|Ecstasy||MDMA||2-4 Days||500 ng/mL|
|Cocaine||COC||2-4 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Morphine||OPI||2-3 Days||300 ng/mL|
|Tetrahydrocannabinol||THC||5+ Days||50 ng/mL|
How to Use a 6 Panel Urine Drug Test?
COLLECT THE SAMPLE
- Remove the urine drug test cup from the sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible
WAIT FOR THE RESULTS
- At 2-4 minutes, verify the temperature of the specimen by observing where the green dot appears
- A green dot will appear on the corresponding temperature line
READ THE RESULTS
- Peel off the label when you are ready to interpret the results
- Test results will be read within 5 minutes
- Do not interpret the result after 8 minutes
How to Read 6 Panel Drug Test Cup Results?
What Is an Instant 6 Panel Urine Drug Test?
A 6 Panel Test tests 6 panels of drugs or 6 different substances in a single test. This test is both CLIA-waived and FDA-approved. These multidrug tests are POC (Point-of-Care) urinalysis cups. They detect: AMP/1000, OPI/300, MDMA/500, COC/300, OXY/100, THC/50
As this is one of the least expensive drug test kits, it is one of the more popular choices among those who administer drug testing programs and pre-employment screenings.
This 6 Panel rapid urine drug test’s rounded design, no-drip twist top lid, and leak-resistant features make it safe and easy to use for both you and the donor. Plus, it has a built-in temperature strip for authenticating a donor’s urine sample.
It contains six panels or six test strips that will detect six different substances of abuse. This is an ideal way of urine drug screening that will be the most efficient way to detect multiple substances within the urine.
What is in a 6 Panel Drug Test?
The 6 Panel test detects 6 different substances in one test. This particular test detects THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). In addition, the test also detects Amphetamines, Opiates, Ecstacy, Cocaine, and Oxycodone. This is one of the most affordable tests available as it detects a lower variety of drugs.
Does a 6 Panel Test for Alcohol?
Standard 6 Panel drug tests available from 12 Panel Now are available in two different variations. The first variation detects Amphetamines, Opiates, Benzodiazepine, Cocaine, Oxycodone, and Burprenorphine. The second variation of 6 Panel tests detects Amphetamines, Opiates, Ecstacy, Cocaine, Oxycodone, and Tetrahydrocannabinol.
The 6 Panel drug test from 12 Panel Now does not detect Alcohol. To detect Alcohol on a multidrug test, the 12 Panel Drug test with EtG would be recommended.
Does Alcohol Show up on a 6 Panel Drug Test?
No, a standard 6 panel drug test doesn’t test for alcohol. You’ll need an EtG test strip or other drug test cup configurations like 12 panel with EtG, or 14 panel with EtG.
What is a 6 Panel Drug Test?
A 6 panel drug test indicates that the screening procedure looks for six different classes of drugs. Typically, a 6 panel drug test is used to detect any of the following common drugs of abuse: Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Opiates (such as Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Codeine, and Morphine), Cocaine, Phencyclidine (PCP), and Marijuana Metabolites: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
The types of substances tested in a 6 panel drug test may vary, depending on the requirements of employers as part of pre-employment screening, random work-related testing, or occupational safety.
Results from a 6 panel urine drug test come out 1 – 3 days after testing. A positive result indicates that the amount of metabolites from the drugs tested for is above the established standard.
Will Benzodiazepines Show on a Drug Test?
Yes, Benzodiazepine or BZO will show up on a drug test. It will normally show up on a multipanel drug test, like the 6 Panel Drug Test. It will also appear on the Oral Swabs, Dip Cards, and Benzodiazepines Strips
Benzodiazepine or sometimes called Benzo is a depressant drug. It slows down the activities in the central nervous system of the body. It is a Schedule IV prescription medication that can act as a tranquilizer or sedative. Doctors usually prescribe it to relieve stress, anxiety, panic disorders, muscle spasms, insomnia, and other phobias.
The most popular benzodiazepines that will show up on a BZO urine test include Valium© (diazepam), Xanax© (alprazolam), Ativan© (lorazepam), and Librium© (chlordiazepoxide).
What Show's Up on a 6 Panel Drug Test?
A 6 panel rapid drug test shows results for the following substances. AMP, BUP, BZO, COC, OPI300 (MOP) & OXY
How Long Can a 6 Panel Drug Test Detect Alcohol?
a standard 6 Panel Urine Drug Test does not normally detect the presence of alcohol in urine. However, 12 Panel Now provides A 6panel drug test + Etg alcohol test strip. This will allow the administrator to detect alcohol alongside 6 controlled substances for their drug screening.
Urine tests that can detect alcohol can usually detect its presence about 48 hours after ingestion.
Does Buprenorphine Show up on a Drug Test?
Buprenorphine and naloxone are combined to make the drug Suboxone, which is widely used to treat opioid use disorders. Even though Suboxone is a prescription medication, it has a high potential for abuse. So when drug screening for Suboxone in the urine specimen, it should show only a positive result for buprenorphine. In addition, most panel drug screens today include a specific test for buprenorphine along with other illicit substances.
The effects of buprenorphine can last for approximately 24 to 60 hours when taken as directed. Nevertheless, there is enough of it remaining in the system for seven to ten days to appear on drug tests. However, depending on the amount taken and the individual’s metabolism, these times may vary.