Urine Drug Testing

Urine drug tests detect the presence or absence of drug metabolites in a urine sample. Metabolites are drug residues that remain in the body for some time after the effects of a drug have worn off, meaning a person was not necessarily under the influence of drugs at the time of the urine test. Urine tests detect and measure particular drug usage within the days prior. Urine samples are the most common method of drug testing for many reasons—Urine tests are painless, noninvasive and have a far longer detection period for most substances and drugs in comparison to blood testing. This form of testing allows for flexibility in choosing which substances to screen for.

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amphetamines

Amphetamines are a class of drugs that are central nervous system (CNS) stimulants. They have a high potential for abuse and addiction. Amphetamines are considered "uppers" because they increase alertness, energy and a sense of well-being. Methamphetamine metabolizes to amphetamine.

Amphetamines are sometimes prescribed as treatment for Parkinson's disease, ADHD, and narcolepsy.

Amphetamines, including Methamphetamine, can be detected for 1-2 days in the urine after initially taken. Amphetamines can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.


cocaine

Cocaine, also referred to as coke or crack, is a powerfully addictive stimulant drug that is made from leaves of the coca plant. It is often injected after being mixed with water, or smoked, snorted, or rubbed on the gums.

Cocaine can be detected in urine for 2-4 days after initially taken. Cocaine use may be detectable via a hair sample for up to 90 days, and in oral fluid from 5 to 48 hours.

codeine

Codeine is an opioid that acts as a cough suppressant and can also produce relaxation and euphoria if consumed at a higher-than-prescribed dose. It is found in some cough syrups, and some people create a drink by mixing it with soda or alcohol.

Codeine can be detected in the urine for up to 2 days after initially taken. Codeine can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.

heroin (6-AM)

Heroin is an opiate drug that is derived from morphine. 6-Acetylmorphine (6-AM) is a metabolite of heroin. Heroin itself is not active, but when used it is rapidly converted to 6-Acetylmorphine and then further converts back to morphine. Both 6-AM and morphine are heroin metabolites that are used as painkillers and/or for their euphoric effects. 6-AM is rapidly eliminated and excreted into urine. 6-Acetylmorphine has a detection window period in urine of less than 24 hours after initially used-- Therefore, urine that is negative for 6-AM does not exclude heroin abuse, but its presence does confirm it.

Heroin and its metabolite 6-acetylmorphine can be detected in a hair sample for up to 90 days.

marijuana (THC)

Marijuana's cannabinoid known as THC can be detected in the urine for 2-7 days after initially taken if used once, or can be detected in the urine for up to 1-2 months if used chronically. THC can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.

MDMA (Ecstasy)

MDMA (Ecstasy) is a recreational street drug in the amphetamine family (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine). MDMA is an illegal drug with characteristics of both stimulants and hallucinogens. In the mid-1980s, MDMA was being used at all-night dance parties, now referred to as "raves." In 1985, the US Drug Enforcement Administration moved the drug to Schedule 1 status with no accepted medical use.

morphine

Morphine can be detected in the urine for up to 2 days after initially taken. Morphine can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.

phencyclidine (PCP)

Phencyclidine (PCP) can be detected in the urine for up to 14 days after initially taken, or for up to 30 days if chronically used. Phencyclidine can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.

barbiturates

Barbiturates are drugs that affect the central nervous system (CNS). They have a high potential for abuse and addiction. These drugs are considered "downers," as they cause an overall sense of calm. They are commonly abused for their sedative properties. Barbiturates have a high potential for lethal overdose.

Barbiturates can be detected for 1-2 days in the blood after initially taken, and can be detected in the urine for 1-2 days for short-acting barbiturates, or for 1-3 weeks in long-acting barbiturates. Barbiturates can be detected in hair for up to 90 days, and in oral fluid from 5 to 48 hours.

benzodiazepines

Benzodiazepines are a class of psychoactive drugs that are considered tranquilizers. Common drugs in this class include Valium, Xanax and Librium. Benzodiazepines of all kinds can cause physical dependence. Benzodiazepines may be prescribed to treat anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, depression, muscle relaxation, seizures, and may be used as general anesthesia/sedation.

Benzodiazopines can be detected in urine for up to 3 days after initially taken for therapeutic doses, or 4-6 weeks if used chronically or taken as an extended dosage. Benzodiazepines can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.

propoxyphene

Propoxyphene (Darvon®) was a prescribed opioid pain reliever until 2010 when it was discontinued due to confirmed risks to cardiac health. It is a Schedule IV controlled substance that is addictive, and is potentially lethal when combined with alcohol, sedatives or antidepressants.

Propoxyphene is detectable in the urine from 6 hours to 2 days after initially taken. Propoxyphene can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days after initially taken.

methadone

Methadone is an opioid medication that reduces withdrawal symptoms in individuals who are addicted to heroin or have other opiate addictions without causing the "high" associated with the drug addiction. Methadone use still entails the other side effects associated with opiates including developing a tolerance, as well as physical and psychological dependence.

Methadone can be detectable in the urine for up to 3 days after initially taken. Methadone can be detected in oral fluid for 5-48 hours, and can remain in the hair for up to 90 days.

methaqualone

Methaqualone is a depressant/sedative drug that is also known as Quaaludes. Methaqualone can be easily detected in urine up to 72 hours after the last dosage.

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