- 10 panel drug test kit.
ProScreen are the most reliable drug testing kits available, manufactured in the USA to the highest standard providing accurate and reliable results every time.
This kit detects 10 drugs in one test together with a urine temperature test and an optional specimen validity test.
- Drug testing in health care facilities, pain centers and other clinics.
- Hospitals, Medical Centers, Doctors Medical Center, Physicians.
- Corporate drug testing programs.
- Probation situations and or inmates in law enforcement facilities.
- Pre-employment testing.
ProScreen Cup features.
- CLIA waived.
- FDA 510(K) approved.
- Optional built-in specimen validity test.
- Built-in specimen temperature test.
- Results appear almost immediately.
- Negative results within one minute.
- Non-Negative results are visible in only five minutes.
- Results are easy to read and can be photocopied.
- Manufactured in USA.
Fewer positive results from common medications.
One of the most critical issues in drug screening today is the interference of common prescription and over-the-counter medications causing them to produce false-positive results. Almost always, these specimens get sent to the laboratory, wasting your time and money.
Specimen temperature test.
This is possibly one of the most important aspects of drug testing. A urine specimen that is out of temperature range is generally an indication that the specimen is invalid. We recommend that the urine sample temperature is checked within one minute from the time of collection. The temperature range should be from 93° to 98°F . If the specimen is not within range, ask the donor to provide a new specimen.
Specimen validity test. (see configurations)
This is based on the color response of chemical indicators for the presence of adulterants. It is one of the most comprehensive tests available for determining the integrity of a urine sample.
- Cr: Creatinine reacts with a creatinine indicator in an alkaline medium which forms a purplish-brown color complex. The color intensity is directly proportional to the concentration of creatinine. Urine samples with creatinine concentrations of less than 20 mg/ml are dilute, which may be indicative of adulteration.
- Ni: Nitrite reacts with the reagent’s aromatic amine to form a diazonium salt which couples with an indicator to yield a pink-red/purple color complex. Urine samples containing nitrite at levels greater than 15 mg/dl are considered adulterated.
- pH: Tests for the presence of acidic and alkaline adulterants. Normal urine pH ranges from 4.0 to 9.0. Values below pH 4.0 or above pH 9.0 are indicative of adulteration.
- Bl: Tests for the presence of oxidants, such as bleach, hydrogen peroxide and Pyridinium Chlorochromate, in the urine. Observation of a blue-green, brown, or orange color indicates adulteration with bleach or other oxidizing agents.
- S.G.: Tests for sample dilution. Normal levels for specific gravity will range from 1.005-1.025. Specific gravity levels of less than 1.003 or higher than 1.030 is an indication of adulteration. The color changes from dark blue to blue-green in urine of low ionic concentration to green and yellow-green in urine of higher ionic concentration. Urine specific gravity below 1.005 or above 1.025 is considered abnormal, which may indicate adulteration.
Directions for testing.
Read our recommended procedure for testing. The urine specimen must be collected in the cup provided. Urine collected at any time of the day may be used, but we recommend that the donor be present when testing and the specimen temperature be in range. The use of gloves is recommended to avoid unnecessary contact with the specimen.
- Remove the 10 panel drug test kit from the foil pouch.
- Label the lid with patient or control identifications.
- Have the donor provide a specimen directly into the test cup.
- Collector retains test cup lid.
- Have the donor screw the cap on tight after specimen has been provided.
- Verify that temperature is within range on the temperature strip (93° – 98°F). If the temperature of the specimen is out of range, ask the donor to provide a new sample.
- Place cup on its side on a flat clean surface.
- Compare specimen validity test pads with the color chart. Note: If pad colors are outside normal range, open a second test cup, collect a new specimen, and retest. (See above)
- Read the drug test results when control lines are clearly visible.
- Download a drug test record form and document the result. (see below)
- Do not interpret the result after ten minutes.
Drug test interpretation.
- Negative: A negative result is indicated by the presence of both a “C” control line or and a “T” test line for each designated drug. The presence of a “C” control line and a very light “T” test line indicates a negative result. Any indication of a “T” test line is interpreted as a negative result.
- Positive: A positive result is indicated by the presence of a “C” control line and the absence of a “T” test line. Wait 5 minutes to read positive results.
- Invalid: An invalid result is indicated when the “C” line is completely missing from one or more test windows. If this happens, run another test.
A drug test is only a preliminary screen and all positive screens should be confirmed using a more definitive form of testing such as GC/MS (Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry). Lab confirmation is available upon request.
Full instructions are included in each box, but you can also download a copy by clicking the red button below.