Fentanyl Drug Test Info
Fentanyl, a dangerous synthetic opiate, is devastating the nation with a potency that’s 50-100x more powerful than morphine and heroin.
Fortunately, our 12 Panel DrugConfirm™ Advanced Urine Drug Test Cup includes integrated test panels to identify urine metabolites of 12 of the most common drugs of abuse, including a panel for Fentanyl detection.
Drugs tested in this 12 panel drug test include:
- Amphetamines (AMP)
- Barbiturates (BAR)
- Benzodiazepines (BZO)
- Buprenorphine (BUP)
- Cocaine (COC)
- Ecstasy (MDMA)
- Fentanyl (FEN)
- Marijuana (THC)
- Methadone (MTD)
- Methamphetamine (mAMP)
- Morphine (MOR)
- Oxycodone (OXY)
This urine drug test is a perfect solution for addiction treatment centers and community corrections where Fentanyl is of particular concern.
DrugConfirm™ Advanced Urine Drug Test Cup quickly and reliably delivers 99% accurate results to keep up with the pace of the Fentanyl epidemic.
For forensic use only.
Can Fentanyl be detected on traditional opiate drug tests?
Fentanyl is not detectable on traditional opiate drug tests as it's a synthetic opioid that produces different metabolites than non-synthetic opiates like heroin and morphine.
Instructions for Use:
Remove test device from the foil pouch and label the cup with the donor's information.
Remove the test cup lid and have the donor urinate directly into the cup, making sure to provide a urine specimen that's a minimum of 30ml to a maximum of 110ml.
Once the donor has collected the urine sample, ask them to place the lid securely back onto the test device, then return the cup to the collection official.
Peel back the label to reveal the drug test results and read at 5 minutes. Results read after 10 minutes should be considered invalid
How to Read the Drug Test Results:
Negative drug test results will have two lines - one line in the control region and one line in the test region. Please note: Even a faint line indicates a negative result.
Presumptive positive results will have only one line in the control region. If a test fails to show a line in the control region, this indicates and invalid test result.
Invalid test results occur when no line appears in the control region. Should this occur, repeat the test with a new cup. If results are still invalid, please stop using the test cups and contact TestCountry.