UrineCheck 7 Drug Adulteration Test Strips 25/Bottle
Product SKU: AD-700-25
Manufacturer: Teco Diagnostics
Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds
Description: UrineCheck 7 Drug Adulteration Test Strips 25/BottleDrug Test results can be blocked by commercially available “detox” kits and household products. The Drug Adulteration Test is a fast and convenient tool for assessing the integrity of urine samples prior to Drug of Abuse Testing. The test strips provide qualitative determinations of various adulterants in urine samples. An “abnormal” result signals a potentially tampered urine sample. These Drug Adulteration Strips are a fast dip-and-read test for the determination of diluted or adulterated urine specimens. Adulteration is the intentional manipulation of urine sample in order to pass a drug screening test. The seven-in one test strips are based on the chemical reactions of the indicator reagents on the pads with components in the urine sample effecting color changes. INTENDED USE: UrineCheck 7 is a fast dip-and-read test for the determination of diluted or adulterated urine specimens. It is an important pre-screening test for any drug-testing program.
SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION: UrineCheck 7 drug adulteration tests are firm plastic strips to which seven different reagent areas are affixed. UrineCheck 7 test strips are ready-to-use and disposable. No equipment is required for its use. Only fresh and uncentrifuged urine samples without preservatives are to be used. UrineCheck 7 provides tests for Creatinine, Nitrite, pH, Specific Gravity, Glutaraldehyde, Bleach, and Pyridinium Chlorochromate in urine. Test results may be useful for assessing the integrity of the urine sample prior to Drugs-of-Abuse testing. For example, whether the sample is possibly diluted with water or other liquids as indicated by the creatinine and specific gravity tests. UrineCheck 7 detects whether the sample contains commercially available adulterants including nitrite, glutaraldehyde, bleach, pyridinium chlorochromate and other oxidizing agents. UrineCheck 7 can also assess whether the sample is possibly contaminated by acidic (vinegar) or basic (ammonia solution) adulterants as indicated by the pH test.