Buprenorphine Drug Test Strips
- Suboxone test strips,convenient to use, our Buprenorphine / BUP test strips enable users to perform BUP testing with complete ease and without seeking assistance.
- The Suboxone test strips provide quick results within five minutes.
- Our Suboxone testing strips possess a cutoff level of 10 ng/ml.
- This suboxone test strip includes internal procedural controls.
- If there’s a sufficient amount of specimen and the procedure is followed properly, a positive result will show as a colored band in the control region.
- However, there are no external controls in this kit. That’s why we highly recommend further testing to verify positive results.
- The Oxycodone test strips are also available and provide quick results within five minutes.
- Forensic use only
What is Suboxone?
Suboxone is a prescription medicine used in treating adults who are dependent on opioid drugs. This drug combines Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Buprenorphine is a long-acting partial opioid agonist. Naloxone, on the other hand, temporarily reverses the effects of opioid medications on the brain.
Overall, Suboxone reduces cravings for addictive opioids. Patients who take this prescribed medication may experience pain relief, reduced stress levels, calmness, and overall well-being.
Suboxone, however, is still addictive, being an opioid. Its abuse could lead to severe physical or psychological dependence.
How to Use a Drug Test Strip?
- Remove the drug test from its sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible. For best results, perform the assay within an hour.
- Next, hold the strip by the end, where you can see the product name. To avoid contamination, do not touch the strip membrane.
- Then, holding the strip vertically, dip the test strip in the urine specimen for at least 10-15 seconds. Do not immerse above the maximum line (MAX) on the test strip. That’s about 1/5th of the way up the strip.
- After the drug test has finished, remove the strip from the specimen and place it on a non-absorbent flat surface. Start the timer and wait for the colored band(s) to appear. Read the result at 5 minutes. Do not interpret it after 10 minutes.
How to Read Drug Test Strip?
In the workplace
Spending time with different friends, sleepiness, and failing to go to work may indicate opioid use disorder. Testing for Suboxone helps monitor substance use, especially when patients do not report it. Most often, employers use urine tests.
Drug-testing shows employees that the company cares. It also helps secure a safe work environment for all.
People who abuse and are addicted to Suboxone will exhibit similar symptoms to heroin or opioid addiction. Some of these symptoms include stealing prescriptions from family members, “losing” medications to get more drugs, appearing sedated or tired, nausea and vomiting.
Test for Suboxone and let your worries end for your loved ones.
The Suboxone test strips provide quick results within five minutes.
12 Panel Now’s suboxone drug test kit uses the lateral flow assay (LFA) technology.
This paper-based platform has the following qualities:
- detects substances in complex mixtures like urine
- made up of membranes infused with specific chemicals that help pinpoint the presence of specific drugs in pee
All you need to do is to dip the drug test strip into the urine, then wait for a few minutes. This gives the strip enough time to absorb the urine. Then, read the results.
Easy drug testing at a price you can afford!
The Buprenorphine in Suboxone has an exceptionally long elimination half-life compared to other opioids. Even after eight days, an individual might still produce a positive test for Buprenorphine.
Several factors influence how quickly Suboxone flushes out of the system. These include:
- body fat content
- weight and height
- metabolism speed
- amount of the last dose take
- amount of time the abuse has gone on
- liver condition
It is complicated to overdose on Suboxone alone. Suboxone is only a partial opiate receptor agonist, so there is a built-in “ceiling” effect. There is a limit to how much Suboxone can activate the opioid receptors, so there isn’t as significant a risk of slowed breathing than potent opiates such as heroin, Oxycodone, or morphine.
When people overdose on Suboxone, it is almost always because they mix it with sedatives such as benzodiazepines that also slow breathing.
Read more here: 5 Myths about Using Suboxone
No, taking these two drugs can result in an extreme state of sedation. You may be at serious risk for respiratory depression and low blood pressure. Besides, coma and death can occur when these two substances are mixed.
If prescribed either medication by a doctor, the patient must be honest regarding any other substances that he is taking.
Read more here: Side Effects of Mixing Suboxone and Benzos
Suboxone may or may not show up on a regular drug test. Usually, standard drug screen panels do not test Buprenorphine. Suboxone will only show up on a drug test if it tests explicitly for Buprenorphine or its metabolites or Naloxone.
Read more here: Suboxone
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