What is a CLIA Waived drug test?
CLIA Waived drug tests are test systems that have been approved for a waiver based on the CLIA 7-point criteria, as well as tests cleared by the FDA for home use, as listed in the CLIA regulations.
iCup 8 Panel Drug Test Instructions for Use:
Remove test device from sealed foil pouch.
Remove the test cup lid and ask the donor to provide their urine sample, ensuring to fill cup beyond the minimum fill line.
After the sample has been collected, the collection official should securely seal the lid onto the cup and place the device on a clean, flat surface.
Peel back the label on the drug panels and read the results at 5 minutes. Please note: Results read after 10 minutes should be considered invalid
Reading the iCup Drug Test Results:
Negative iCup drug test results will have two lines - one line in the control region and one line in the test region. Please note: Even the faintest line indicates a negative test result.
Presumptive positive iCup results will have only one line in the control region.
Invalid iCup drug test results will show no line in the control region. If this occurs, please discard the current device and repeat the test again with a new iCup. If this continues to happen, please stop using and contact a TestCountry representative for assistance.
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