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This assay was designed to test for and confirm by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) or liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) the most common classes of drugs of abuse.
This test uses the simple screening technique described under IDOAU / Drug Abuse Survey, Urine, which involves immunologic testing for drugs by class. All positive screening results are confirmed by GC-MS (positive alcohol by GC) or LC-MS/MS, and quantitated, before a positive result is reported.
This test represents the coupling of IDOAU / Drug Abuse Survey, Urine with an automatic confirmation of all positive results by the definitive assay available and described elsewhere (eg, AMPHU / Amphetamines Confirmation, Urine).
Detecting drug abuse involving alcohol, amphetamines, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, cocaine, methadone, opiates, phencyclidine, and tetrahydrocannabinol
This test is intended to be used in a setting where the test results can be used definitively to make a diagnosis
Not intended for use in employment-related testing.
The test does not screen for drug classes other than those listed above. More comprehensive screening is available using the serum or urine drug screens (DSS / Drug Screen, Prescription/OTC, Serum or PDSU / Drug Screen, Prescription/OTC, Urine).
For situations where chain-of-custody is required, a Chain-of-Custody Kit (Supply T282) is available.
Screening cutoff concentrations
Amphetamines: 500 ng/mL
Barbiturates: 200 ng/mL
Benzodiazepines: 200 ng/mL
Cocaine (benzoylecgonine-cocaine metabolite): 150 ng/mL
Ethanol: 30 mg/dL
Methadone: 150 ng/mL
Opiates: 300 ng/mL
Phencyclidine: 25 ng/mL
Tetrahydrocannabinol carboxylic acid: 20 ng/mL
This report is intended for use in clinical monitoring or management of patients. It is not intended for use in employment-related testing.
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