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COMPREHENSIVE DRUG TESTING

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Transmetron offers a complete, Full Line of Drug Tests. We can test for the following drugs!

Click HERE for a complete list of over 600 brand name RX (Prescription Drugs)

Are they abusing prescription drugs?

Target a wide range of prescription drugs that go undetected in standard drug tests with our comprehensive drug test panel.

TARGET COMMONLY ABUSED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS IN URINE WITH AN ALL-INCLUSIVE LAB TEST.

Most people take medications responsibly; however, an estimated 52 million people have used prescrip- tion drugs for non-medical reasons.

There is a common misconception that prescription medicines are safer than illicit drugs.2 Consequently, emergency department visits involving misused opioids have nearly tripled from 2004 to 2011.3 Similarly, substance abuse treatment for nonmedical use of pain relievers has also risen dramatically.4

We utilize the most sensitive and specific technology available. When requested, confirmations for presumptive positive samples are performed from a separate urine aliquot. We’ll find out.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

n Detects over 600 brand name prescription drugs, illicit drugs, and alcohol (specimen validity included)

n Includes expanded list of opiates/narcotics

n GC/MS and/or LC/MS/MS analysis provides confirmative evidence of use

n Highly specific, highly sensitive—includes quantitative, semi-quantitative, or qualitative test result data

n Fast turn-around time from receipt of specimen (48 hours5 negative, 72 hours positive)

LABORATORY SERVICES // Comprehensive Urine Drug Test

Frequently asked questions

» Which prescription drugs are abused most often?

Prescription drugs most often misused:

  • Opiates/Narcotics—alleviate pain, depress body functions and reactions, and when taken in large doses, cause strong euphoria.

  • Barbiturates/Benzodiazepines—slow down brain activity, treat anxiety, muscle tension, pain, insomnia, acute stress reactions, panic attacks, and seizure disorders. In higher doses, some CNS depressants may be used as general anesthetics.

  • Antidepressants—used to treat depression, anxiety and eating disorders. They are known as lifestyle drugs or “mood brighteners”. Their side effects are the subject of many recent studies.

  • Stimulants—increase activity in certain areas of the brain. They are prescribed for attention- deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the sleep disorder narcolepsy, or obesity.

Each of these pharmacological classes may be divided into sub-groups and includes a variety of drugs, which may or may not be structurally related and differ in their effect and potency.

RTL utilizes the most sophisticated, sensitive, and specific equipment and technology available.

Confirmations of all presumptive positive samples are performed from a separate urine aliquot. The test utilizes an optimal method of extraction and analysis for each drug using LC/MS/MS and/or GC/MS.6

  1. Volkow ND. National Institute on Drug Abuse: Prescription Drugs—Abuse and Addiction [letter]. NIDA Research 3 Report Series. http://www.drugabuse.gov/sites/default/files/rrprescription.pdf. Published October 2011. Accessed July 19, 2013.

  2. SAMHSA. Drug Abuse Warning Network, 2011: Selected Tables of National Estimates of Drug- Related Emergency Department Visits. Rockville, MD: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, SAMHSA; 2012.

  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Results From the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Summary of National Findings. Rockville, MD: SAMHSA; 2012. NSDUH Series H-44, HHS publication (SMA) 12-4713.

  4. Excludes specimens received Saturday.

  5. Alcohol confirmed by gas chromatography - flame ionization detector.

Comprehensive Urine Drug Test

Panel P40: Comprehensive Test Panel

Detects a wide range of prescription drugs

Alcohol ( Ethanol )

Antidepressants

Amitripty line

Escitalopram

Sertra line

Bupropion

Fluoxetine

Trazodone / Nefazodone

Citalopram

Imipramine

Venlafaxine

Desipramine

Maprotiline

 

Doxepin

Paroxetine

 

Anticonvulsants

Carbamazepine

Oxcarbazepine

 

Barbiturates

Amobarbital

Butalbital

Phenobarbital

Butabarbital

Pentobarbital

Secobarbital

Benzodiazepines

Alprazolam

Lorazepam

Temazepam

Clonazepam

Midazolam

Triazolam

Flunitrazepam

Nordiazepam

 

Flurazepam

Oxazepam

 

Narcotics/Opiates

Buprenorphine

Ketamine

Oxymorphone

Butorphanol

Meperidine

Pentazocine

Codeine

Methadone

Propoxyphene

Fentanyl

Morphine

Tramadol

Hydrocodone

Nalbuphine

 

Hydromorphone

Oxycodone

 

Phencyclidine ( PCP )

Sedative/Hypnotic Agents

Carisoprodol

Meprobamate

Zolpidem

Stimulants

Amphetamine

Methylenedioxy-amphetamine ( MDA )

Methylphenidate

Cocaine

Methylenedioxy-methamphetamine ( MDMA )

 

Methamphetamine

Methylenedioxyethyl - amphetamine ( MDEA )

THC ( Marijuana)