6, 7 & 8 Drug Multipanel with Integrated
The main benefit of the test cup is that sample
collection and testing is secure - the test is inaccessible to the
person being tested and is triggered with the separate key only
when the operator chooses. Interpreting the test is secure - the
peel-off label keeps results confidential until the appropriate
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|6 Drug Multipanel Test with an Integrated Cup - BUP
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How accurate is this test?
This test is very accurate and the sensitivity levels
meet the U.S.A, SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
standards and recommended levels set by the National Institute on Drug
There is however a possibility of false results due
to the interference of other substances in the urine. Substances that
may give a false, positive result are as follows:
- Codeine which can be found in medicines such as
Calpol and Benylin
- Morphine which can be found in Co-codamol.
These substances will give a positive result for opiates.
If carrying out the test on someone it would be advisable
to ask the person being tested if they are on any prescription drugs for
medical purposes when the test is carried out.
Drugs in the workplace
Drugs can affect the brain and the body in a number
of ways and this can affect the employee's performance at work even if
the misuse takes place outside the place of work.
As an employer you have a duty to ensure as far as
is reasonably possible that your employees are not a danger to other employees
or the general public by consuming drugs of abuse.
If you are an employer wanting to test staff for drugs of
abuse it is important that you have a policy in place, warning staff that
they may be subject to random drug tests and that the use of drugs in
the workplace or being under the influence of drugs in the workplace is
a dismissible offence. It is also important that you keep up to date on
the latest government legislation. If one of your employees has a drug
problem you should make every effort to help them, and encourage them
to seek professional help. If drug abuse is a common problem in your work
place it may be in your interest to begin a drug awareness program for
staff and managers.
Due to the sensitive nature of this drugs cup, you
must be careful when carrying out the test to avoid contamination and
thus inaccurate test results.
Please read the instructions carefully before
beginning the test.
- Open the
bag containing the plastic drug cup and remove the cup.
- The person
to be tested for the presence of drugs needs to urinate into the drug
cup. Ensure the specimen reaches the minimum fill volume line on the
test label. There
is a temperature bar on the label of the drugs cup. If the temperature
does not show a green colour then the test may have been tampered with.
Human urine should be between 90-100ºF.
- Secure the
cap on to the cup by screwing the lid on firmly.
a flat surface, insert the provided key into the bottom of the cup and
push in firmly to a fully closed position.
ready, peel off the label to view the results. You can read the results after 5 minutes. All results can be read for
up to 8 hours after the test was carried out.
Read the results of each strip individually and independent
of one another.
You will see 2 letters on the drugs cassette by the test
strips, ‘C’ this is the control band and ‘T’, the test band.
A pink coloured line should appear on each strip of the
control band (C), this confirms each strip has worked properly. If no
line appears in the control band (C) then that strip has not worked properly.
A second pink coloured line, no matter how faint should
now appear in the test band (T). This is a negative result. If a second
line does not appear on a strip then that strip has tested positive for
the drug of abuse on the label above the strip.
Remember a negative urine sample will produce 2 lines, and
a positive urine sample will produce only one line in the control band
What should I do with the results?
If you obtain a negative result then the person tested has
none of the tested drugs of abuse in their body at this time. You may
want to re-test again in a month’s time. If you obtain a positive result
on one of the drug strips then a drug of abuse has been detected in the
urine. You may want to do another test later, or at
a further date to confirm the result.