12 panel drug test cup Features
- Detects Up to 12 Specific Drugs
- FDA Cleared and CLIA Waived
- 99% Accurate
- Contains a built-in temperature strip to help assist with fraudulent specimens
- Leak-proof twist-cap
- Up to 24-month shelf life
- New lower cutoff levels make this test ideal for pain management and addiction screening
12 Panel Test
Slash Medical’s 12 panel test is a self-contained multi- panel drug screen device suitable for both clinical and home environments.
As this is a cost-effective and accurate urinalysis drug screening tool, Many US Drug Test Centers require such affordable drug tests that detect not only consistent drug use, but different drug combinations at lower cutoff levels, bringing to light the truth behind an individual’s drug habits.
What is TCA on a Drug Test?
One of the drug panels included on Slash Medical’s 12 panel drug screen test is a drug labeled: TCA. TCA stands for tricyclic antidepressants. This is a type of drug that doctors will commonly prescribe to treat the effects of depression.
An example of some prescription drugs in this category would be: desipramine (Norpramin), Nortriptyline (Pamelor), and Trimipramine to name a few. Due to the fact that antidepressants are one of the most frequently used medications prescribed in the United States, there occasionally is a potential for abuse or misuse.
|1-2 Days – 1000 ng/ml
|1-4 Days – 300 ng/ml
|1-2 Days – 300 ng/ml
|2-6 Days – 10 ng/ml
|2-4 Days – 300 ng/ml
|2-4 Days – 500 ng/ml
|15-30 Days – 50 ng/ml
|1-3 Days – 300 ng/ml
|2-4 Days – 1000 ng/ml
|2-3 Days – 300 ng/ml
|1-3 Days – 100 ng/ml
|2-7 Days – 1000 ng/ml
How Long Does a Drug Test Take?
The 12 Panel Drug test from Slash Medical is a self-contained drug screen device. It contains 12 different drug test panels that will detect a variety of drug types. From the initial collection of the specimen to the test evaluation period, the process takes only a few minutes.
It is recommended not to wait no longer than eight minutes to interpret the test result after the specimen is collected. Depending on the drug test specialist, a urinalysis drug screen test may take longer if more information is required during the consultation period.