Cocaine Test Strips

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Product Information

These are high quality cocaine test strips for use with testing urine. 

Sensitivity:

Cut-off 150 ng/ml

Intended use:

  • Home or workplace testing 
  • Screening for drug abuse when the substance is known
  • Regular testing to confirm or reinforce abstinence 

Detection time:

Cocaine can be detected in urine for up to 2-4 days after use.

The detection time can be affected by:

  • amount of drug taken
  • body weight
  • medication and use of other drugs and alcohol
  • regular use of drug/alcohol or occasional use
  • health problems

What does Cut-off mean?

The cut-off is the minimum level of drug that can be detected by the test. For example, a cut-off of 150 ng/mL means that particular drug can be detected at concentrations at or above 150 ng/mL but not below this number. 

All drug tests, even the most specialised ones. have cut-off levels. There is no test which will detect the presence of a drug down to a zero level.

 

Accuracy

How accurate is the test?

This test is highly sensitive and up to 99% accurate.


It is CE and FDA certified.


This is a lateral flow, one-step immunoassay for the qualitative detection of specific drugs and their metabolites in human urine. 


This test can be used as a quick and convenient screening procedure. All positive tests should be considered as preliminary positive as there is a small chance of a result being a false positive. All preliminary positive results should be confirmed by a laboratory using GC-MS or LC-MS specialised testing as advised by the European Workplace Drug Testing Society guidelines

Instructions for use
  1. Ask test subject to pass urine into a container

  2. Dip the test strip into the urine making sure that the urine does not come above the 'MAX' line

  3. Wait 5 minutes.

  4. Read the test

test-strip-result

a) The top red strip labelled 'C' is the Control strip and should always be present. If this is missing the test is invalid and should be repeated with a new drug test strip.
b) The bottom red strip labelled 'T' is the Test strip If it is present, even faintly, then the test is negative.
c) A Preliminary Positive result is indicated by a red 'C' strip and completely absent 'T' strip. This result should be confirmed by specialised testing for that particular substance by GC-MS or LC-MS methods.

 

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