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5 Panel Drug Test
The 5 panel Urine drug test is the most common type of drug test available for individuals and employers. In particular, employers looking to institute a reliable drug testing program, a 5 panel drug test is an excellent option, as they are commonly used by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and other Federal testing. For random drug testing, the 5 panel drug test is often utilized.
Five panel drug screens check for the following substances:
- Marijuana/Cannabis (THC)
- Cocaine (COC)
- Opiates (OPI)
- Amphetamines (AMP)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
10 Panel Drug Test
The 10 panel Urine Drug Test looks for common drugs of abuse in a urine sample. This test offers a wider selection of drugs than a standard test for people who need a more comprehensive screening. In addition to the same components as a standard 10 Panel Urine test, this test also includes a wider selection of opiates (pain killers). The detection time for drugs in urine can vary, but in general, most drugs are detectable in urine for up to 3 days after use. Factors such as a person’s metabolism, how much they have taken, and how often they take it can affect the detection period. Marijuana can build up in a person’s system when they use it frequently. For a frequent marijuana user, the detection time in urine can be up to a month or more. Please note that some types of prescription medication may cause a positive result on a drug test.
This 10 panel urine drug test includes:
- Amphetamines (inc. methamphetamine)
- Expanded opiates (codeine, morphine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
- Specimen validity testing (Creatinine, Specific Gravity, pH)Cannabinoid (a.k.a. Marijuana/THC)
Turn-around-times for 5 and 10 panel Drug Tests: If the result is negative the result will be reported the same day. If the result is not negative the specimen will be sent to the lab for testing and MRO (Medical Review Officer) review which takes 5-7 business days.