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1 Panel Generic Dip Card
1 Panel Generic Dip Card
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1 - 9 2.04
10 - 24 1.54
25 - 99 0.74
100 - 299 0.68
300 - 499 0.59
500 - 999 0.55
1000 - 1250 0.50
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The Instant Drug Screen Dip Card tests for Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine, Methamphetamines, Methadone, Opiates, Opiates300, Oxycodone, PCP, Propoxyphene, & Tricyclic Antidepressants. The dip card is a fast visual, competitive panel immunoassay that can be used for the simultaneous, qualitative detection of multiple drug metabolites at specific cutoff levels in human urine.

  • FDA Cleared
  • Results Remain Valid For Up To 4 Hours After Test Intiation
  • Up to 99% Accurate & Adheres to SAMSHA Cutoffs
  • SAMHSA Lab GC/MS Confirmation optional
  • Immediate Results
  • Shelf-life up to 18 months

AbbreviationDrug NameCutoff Levels
AMPAmphetamines1000 ng/ml
BARBarbiturates300 ng/ml
BZOBenzodiazepines300 ng/ml
COCCocaine300 ng/ml
MAMPMethamphetamine1000 ng/ml
MDMAEcstacy500 ng/ml
MOPOpiates300 ng/ml
MTDMethadone300 ng/ml
OPIOpiates2000 ng/ml
OXYOxycodone100 ng/ml
PCPPhencyclidine25 ng/ml
PPXPropoxyphene300 ng/ml
TCATricyclic Antidepressant1000 ng/ml
THCMarijuana50 ng/ml

Questions & Answers:

1- What is this product?

answer: This is called a dip card. You remove the cap and dip it into the urine.

2- How fast does it give results?

answer: After you dip it into the urine you see results immediately. A line will show up next to the "C" & the "T". That means negative.

3- I have very faint line next to the Drug Abbreviation (single dip) or the "T" (multi panel dip card), is this positive?

answer: A line, no matter faint, dark, or faded indicates a negative result.

4- What does the "BZO" Benzodiazepines test for?

answer: The most common drug tested are ROHYPNOL, VALUIM, XANAX, & LIBRIUM.

These screening devices will give you a qualitative result, all positives should be confirmed by an alternative method such as GC/MS (gas chromatograph/ mass spectrometry) by a lab.
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