Frequently Asked Questions About Our QuickScreen Products
A: The QuickScreen™ Multi Drug Screening Cups and Dip Card Tests is a rapid and qualitative immunoassay for the detection of one or any combination of drugs of abuse in urine at the following cutoff concentrations: Barbiturates at 200 ng/mL, Benzodiazepines at 200 ng/mL, Methadone at 300 ng/mL, Amphetamine at 1000 ng/mL, Methamphetamine at 500 ng/mL, Cocaine metabolite (Benzoylecgonine) at 300 ng/mL, THC metabolite (THCA) at 50 ng/mL, Opiates at 300 ng/mL, Oxycodone at 100 ng/mL, Tricyclic Antidepressants (Amitriptyline, Cyclobenzaprine, Desiprimine, Doxepin) at 1000 ng/mL, and PCP at 25 ng/Ml.
Q: What does it mean when the testing strip changes color?
A: This means that the test is running! Our screening tests have the sample move up the testing strip to the two testing locations (Control/C) and (Test/T). As the test completes, the only places that will remain colored will be one or two pink/red strips lined up with the spots marked C and T, which will give you your results.
Q: How do I read the results of my test?
A: Our tests are designed to be easily read. It will take about 5 minutes for the device to run its test, and some results might be ready in 1 minute. Here’s what the lines mean:
One single pink/red line will appear in the Control (C) region and NO line will appear in the Test (T) region.
Two lines will appear. One will be in the Control (C) region and one will appear in the Test (T) region. Both must appear to be considered negative. Any line in the Test region indicates a negative result, even if it is a very faint line. Negative results may appear in as little as 1 minute.
This is an example of how results may look on your test:
Q: Will CBD oil provide a positive result on a drug test?
A: CBD oil on its own will not, however, it has been our experience that virtually all commercially available CBD oil contains at least some levels of THC. It is incumbent upon CBD users to research the contents of their CBD oils.
Q: Will my over-the-counter cold medications provide a positive result on a drug test?
A: If your cold medication contains codeine, it is possible that a test could find an amount of codeine, which is an opiate, in your system. Likewise, if your cold medication contains pseudoephedrine, a substance similar to amphetamines, a drug test could find amphetamine in your system. Some other OTC and prescription medications have compounds similar to the ones that drug tests check for. It is important that you research any medication before taking it.
Q: How accurate are the results?
A: Our QuickScreen™ products are 99% accurate.
Q: I have a drug test coming up at work; how do I know if I will test positive or negative based on the results of this test?
A: Our tests are manufactured based on the SAMHSA’s standard cutoff levels, however different organizations may set their own cut-off points. The only way to guarantee a negative result is to have no substance or substance metabolite in your system.