Our SalivaConfirm Premium 12 Panel Saliva Drug Test can now detect Alcohol and Fentanyl in addition to 10 other drugs of abuse making this test perfect for law enforcement agencies.
This 12 panel drug test is designed to reduce the threat of invalid drug test results with our new saliva indicator that turns pink once an adequate saliva sample has been collected. The built in Saliva Indicator gives you confidence that a sufficient saliva collection has been made for complete testing. This indicator helps to decrease invalid results that makes the testing process difficult for administrators and donors, and decreases overall costs for re-testing.
Drugs detected in our SVC-5124A include:
- Alcohol (ALC)
- Amphetamines (AMP)
- Barbiturates (BAR)
- Benzodiazepines (BZO)
- Buprenorphine (BUP)
- Cocaine (COC)
- Fentanyl (FEN)
- Marijuana (THC)
- Methadone (MTD)
- Methamphetamine (mAMP)
- Opiates (OPI)
- Oxycodone (OXY)
Obtain the most accurate drug and alcohol test results within minutes, and save time without the need for private bathroom sample collection. Our SalivaConfirm Premium mouth swab drugs tests are the most non-invasive drug test method available.
For an all inclusive drug test your organization can rely on, try our 12 Panel SalivaConfirm Premium Saliva Drug Test Kit with Fentanyl and Alcohol.
For forensic use only.
What is the benefit of your new saliva saturation indicator?
In the past we noticed it was often difficult for donor's to know when they had sufficiently saturated the sample swab, which often caused issues with invalid drug test results if the swab was too dry. As a solution, we created the saliva indicator which changes color once a sufficient sample has been collected, eliminating the need to guess when the test is ready to be performed.
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.
How long does it take for the results of this saliva drug test kit?
Results of the alcohol test should be read at 3 minutes while the oral drug test results should be read at 10 minutes. Do not read after 10 minutes
What are some side effects of Fentanyl?
Side effects of Fentanyl may include:
- Sleep disturbances
- Drowsiness or inability to stay awake
What are the routes of administration for Fentanyl?
Fentanyl comes in many forms including:
- Transdermal patches
- Nasal sprays
What are some medical uses for Fentanyl?
Medical uses for Fentanyl may include:
- Anesthesia before surgery
- Pain relief during and after surgery
- Pain relief and pain management for those with cancer and other terminal illnesses
What are some street names for Fentanyl?
Street names of Fentanyl may include:
- China Girl
- Murder 8
- Kind Ivory
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Instructions for Use:
Instruct the donor not to place anything in their mouth including food, drinks, gum or tobacco products for at least 10 minutes prior to sample collection.
Remove the test device from the sealed pouch and provide collection swab to the donor.
Have the donor sweep the inside of their mouth (including cheeks, gums and their tongue) several times, then hold the swab in their mouth until the saturation indicator changes color. Important: Do not bite, suck or chew on the sponge.
Place the test device on a clean, flat surface. Have the donor remove the collection sponge from their mouth and insert the sponge into the screening device, pressing until the collector cap is sealed tightly with the testing device.
Peel back the label covering the test panels and place the test device on a flat surface making sure to keep the device upright while test is running. Wait for the colored signals to appear then read the saliva alcohol test results at 3 minutes and the drug test results at 10 minutes.
How to Read Drug Test Results:
Negative test results will show two lines – one line in the control region (C) and one line in the test region (T). Please note, even a very faint line in the test region indicates a negative result.
Presumptive positive results will show only one line in the control region (C). If a test fails to show a line in the control region (C), this indicates an invalid test.
Invalid drug test results occur when no line appears in the control region (C). Should this occur, discard the defective test and repeat the above steps with a new device. If results are still invalid, stop using the test kit and contact TestCountry for assistance.