|TesTest||10 Panel Mouth Swab Drug Test by OralScreen||
ten panel instant mouth swab drug test product description: screens for recent drug use non-invasive and eliminates gender observation issues no bathroom facilities required solves the shy bladder issue difficult to tamper with or adulterate ability to supervise multiple test subjects at once simple one-step process with immediate results instructions: bring tests, specimens, and/or controls to room temperature (60-78°f) before use. donors should avoid placing anything (including food, drink, gum and tobacco products) in their mouth for at least 20 minutes prior to specimen collection. using the provided collection swab, have donor chew on swab until it's soft. actively swab the inside of the mouth, cheek, gums, and tongue) to collect oral fluids for a total of 4-5 minutes until the sponge becomes fully saturated. note: no hard spots should be felt on the sponge when saturated. remove saturated collection swab from mouth and place into the test cup and screw the collector tight to release oral fluid. keep test device upright on flat surface during the test operation wait for the colored bands to appear in test results area. read results in 10 minutes. the list of drugs detectable with this test are as follows: amp- amphetamine, 50 ng/ml - adderall/ritalin bup - buprenorphine, 10 ng/ml - suboxone/subutex/buprenorphine bzo - benzodiazepines, 50 ng/ml - valium/xanax/paxam/victan coc - cocaine, 20 ng/ml - crack mamp - methamphetamine, 50 ng/ml - meth/crystal/mdma mtd - methadone, 30 ng/ml - methadone/amidone/methadose opi - opiate, 40 ng/ml - heroin/morphine/codeine oxy - oxycodone, 20 ng/ml - oxycontin/percocet/vicodin pcp - phencyclidine, 10 ng/ml - angel dust/special k/ketamine thc - marijuana, 12 ng/ml - cannabinoids/weed/pot results: positive: one colored line appears in the control (c) region and no color band appears in the (t) test region. a positive result indicates that the drug concentration exceeds the cut-off level. negative: two colored lines are visible on the test window. one line appears in the control (c) region, and another line/lines appears in the test region (t) for the drugs. invalid: no band appears in the control region (c). the test is invalid even if there is a band in the test region (t). in this instance, re-testing is recommended. additional information: saliva has a faster detection window and will detect drug ingestion almost immediately while other drug detection methods using urine, will take approximately 6-8 hours. note: this test is for forensic use only.