T-Cup Urine Screening
If you're looking for a comprehensive, all inclusive urine drug test cup for your corporate drug testing program, look no further than the 13 Panel T-Cup Drug Test Cup.
13 Panel Drug Test (TDOA 2135) detects the following drugs in a urine sample:
- Amphetamines (AMP)
- Barbiturates (BAR)
- Benzodiazepines (BZO)
- Buprenorphine (BUP)
- Cocaine (COC)
- Ecstasy (MDMA)
- Marijuana (THC)
- Methadone (MTD)
- Methamphetamines (mAMP)
- Morphine (MOR)
- Oxycodone (OXY)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
- Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA)
This test is CLIA waived making it the perfect addition to your clinical laboratory testing program and instant results are available within minutes, providing up to 99% accuracy.
Once the testing is completed and the cup is sealed, the test is biohazardous safe so you can simply throw the cup and sample away when you are done.
When looking for a trustworthy, reliable & affordable urine drug test cup, look no further than the T-Cup Urine Test Cup.
13 Panel T-Cup Instructions:
Remove the T-Cup drug test cup from the foil pouch and label the test device with the donor's information.
Remove the test cup lid and have the donor urinate directly into the device, making sure to provide the minimum required specimen level.
Once the donor has collected their urine sample, ask them to securely place the lid back on the T-Cup, then return the cup to the collection official.
Peel back the label to reveal the drug test panels and read the results at 5 minutes. Results read after 10 minutes should be considered invalid
How to Read T-Cup Drug Test Results:
Negative drug test results will show two lines - one line in the control region and one line in the test region.
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 drug test results occur when no line appears in the control region. Should this occur, repeat the test with a new device. If results are still invalid, please stop using the test cups and contact a TestCountry representative.