This single-panel home drug test is designed for individuals who want to test their toxin levels in the privacy of their own homes. While this device tests for oxycodone, we also stock single-panel kits to test for marijuana, cocaine, opiates and methamphetamine. These kits use the same cut-off levels as actual laboratory urine drug tests, and they are 98% accurate for testing your system for toxins. Note that this accuracy does not apply to testing other detox products.
Directions for use:
Tear open the foil pouch from the notched edge, and take out the testing device and the sample dropper. Place the drug-testing device on a flat, horizontal surface. (Note: Do not open the pouch until you are ready to begin the drug-testing procedure.)
Urinate into a clean, dry disposable cup and take a sample from the cup with the dropper.
Holding the dropper upright, carefully drip four drops of urine into the sample well (marked "S") of the drug-testing device.
Wait for five minutes before attempting to read the result.
Interpreting the result:
Look for the colored lines: the control line in the "C" region of the test area and the test line in the "T" region of the test area.
Negative (a pass): The control line and the test line both appear. The test line may be lighter than the control line, but you can still considered this to be a negative reading.
Positive (a fail): One red line appears in the control region (C), but no line appears in the test region (T). This positive result indicates that the oxycodone concentration is above the detectable level of 100 ng/mL.
Invalid: The drug test is considered invalid if the control line does not appear after five minutes. The drug test has failed, possibly because the drug-testing procedure was not followed correctly. Check you are following the proper procedure and repeat the test with a new drug-testing device.