12 Panel Urine Drug Test Dip Card
A 12 Panel Urine Drug Test Dip Card is a diagnostic tool designed for the simultaneous detection of multiple drugs in a urine sample. The “12 Panel” refers to the number of different drug classes or substances the test can identify. These dip cards are commonly used for drug testing in various settings, including workplaces, healthcare facilities, and rehabilitation centers.
The card typically contains individual test strips for each drug or drug class. A urine sample is collected in a cup, and the dip card is dipped into the specimen. The test results are then observed after a specific waiting period, usually a few minutes.
The 12 Panel Urine Drug Test Dip Card can screen for a variety of commonly abused substances, providing a comprehensive overview of an individual’s drug use history. The specific drugs detected may vary, but common panels include tests for drugs such as THC (marijuana), cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, benzodiazepines, and more.
It’s important to note that the interpretation of test results should be done by trained professionals, and positive results may need to be confirmed through more specific testing methods.
12 Panel Dip Card
|mAMP (or MET)