Why choose a 12 Panel Drug Test Cup?
The Eco II Cup 12 Panel Drug Test Cup is a helpful, single-step drug screening pack. It will specifically identifies raised levels of particular drugs and their metabolites in human pee within 5 minutes of the sample collected.
This 12 Panel Drug Test Cup is FDA 510k approved. As a protection, the test panel stays hidden from sight until the security strip is removed by the testing officer or person. It also comes with a temperature strip to protect against any sample substitution. Now with a simpler and easy way to collect urine with a wider opening.
The Eco II CUP 12 Panel Test Cup tests for the accompanying illicit drugs or prescription drugs and their metabolites.
The 12 drugs screened for with this test show for the most abused legal and illegal drugs in the United States. The abuse of prescribed drug(s) like amphetamines (Adderall), benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, Klonopin, and so forth.), and oxycodone (OxyContin) has achieved a exceedingly high level in America. Well known illicit drugs like pot, cocaine and opiates are likewise tested in the 12 panel drug test.
The 12 panel test can distinguish both legal and illegal drug levels and you can get your test results at home, in five minutes. The 12 Panel Drug Test Cup is a tough, clean, female-accommodating testing cup. It has the test strips incorporated with the container, so the procedure is speedy and simple and does not require a stick to be plunged into pee.
The 12 Panel Drug Test Cup will test for the following drugs:
Interpretation of readings
NEGATIVE: Two lines show up. * One colored line ought to be in the control area (C), and another shadowed line adjoining ought to be in the test area (T). This negative outcome shows that the drug concentration is under the noticeable level.
*NOTE: The shade of color in the test line area (T) will differ, however it ought to be viewed as negative at whenever there is even a faint, barely visible line.
POSITIVE: One color line shows up in the control area (C). No line shows up in the test area (T). This positive outcome demonstrates that the drug concentration is over the detectable level.
INVALID: Control line neglects to show up. Not enough urine sample or wrong procedural setup are the reasons behind control line failure. Double check the method and repeat the test trying with another cup.
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