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Urine Drug Test Adulteration Test Strips (25 Pack)

Product Description
  • Prevents Adulteration of Urine Specimens
  • Checks: Creatinine, Nitrite, Glutaraldehyde, pH, Specific Gravity and Oxidants/PCC
  • Easy Dip and Read Test
  • Bottle Contains 25 Test Strips
  • Cups and Gloves Available

Adulteration Prevention Techniques

As the ultimate measure against urine specimen tampering, try our Urine Drug Test Adulteration Test Strips. Each bottle comes with 25 testing strips. Designed for use by drug test collectors, clinical professionals and law enforcement officials, these instant adulteration tests strips identify possible urine specimen contamination by testing for 6 different adulterants in a urine specimen.

These test strips detect the following adulterants:

  • Creatinine
  • Glutaraldehyde
  • Nitrate
  • Oxidants
  • pH
  • Specific Gravity
These adulteration drug test strips are available in both positive and negative controls to provide you with a full scope of reference. Results appear instantly, and this test can be affordably repeated multiple times for verification. For the broadest security umbrella against specimen tampering, try our Urine Drug Test Adulteration Test Strips.

What does it mean when a specimen is adulterated?

Often times a donor will attempt to alter their urine sample in some way in order to prevent a positive drug test result. The may try a variety of different adulteration methods including:
  • Diluting their urine specimen with water or drinking excessive amounts of water before the test in an effort to reduce the concentration of drug metabolites in their urine.
  • Substituting their sample with synthetic urine, urine samples from a person who is "clean", or even going as far as using juice or animal urine.
  • Adding a structure altering agent to to mask the presence of drug metabolites. These may include bleach, eye drops, hydrogen peroxide, etc.
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Adulteration Prevention Techniques

As the ultimate measure against urine specimen tampering, try our Urine Drug Test Adulteration Test Strips. Each bottle comes with 25 testing strips. Designed for use by drug test collectors, clinical professionals and law enforcement officials, these instant adulteration tests strips identify possible urine specimen contamination by testing for 6 different adulterants in a urine specimen.

These test strips detect the following adulterants:

  • Creatinine
  • Glutaraldehyde
  • Nitrate
  • Oxidants
  • pH
  • Specific Gravity
These adulteration drug test strips are available in both positive and negative controls to provide you with a full scope of reference. Results appear instantly, and this test can be affordably repeated multiple times for verification. For the broadest security umbrella against specimen tampering, try our Urine Drug Test Adulteration Test Strips.

What does it mean when a specimen is adulterated?

Often times a donor will attempt to alter their urine sample in some way in order to prevent a positive drug test result. The may try a variety of different adulteration methods including:
  • Diluting their urine specimen with water or drinking excessive amounts of water before the test in an effort to reduce the concentration of drug metabolites in their urine.
  • Substituting their sample with synthetic urine, urine samples from a person who is "clean", or even going as far as using juice or animal urine.
  • Adding a structure altering agent to to mask the presence of drug metabolites. These may include bleach, eye drops, hydrogen peroxide, etc.