Guide: A Basic Overview Of Serum Protein Manual Agarose Electrophoresis
June 25th, 2019
Study: Detection Of Benzodiazepines In Oral Fluid By Homogeneous Enzyme Immunoassay
June 20th, 2019
MEDICA 2019 - World Forum for Medicine
Düsseldorf, GermanyBooth No.: 3/D35-2
AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo
Anaheim Convention Center ~ Anaheim, CABooth No.: 2627
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The ToxCup® Drug Screen Cup is an in vitro screening test for the rapid detection of multiple drugs in human urine at or above
the following cutoff concentration:
These tests provide visual qualitative results and are intended for in vitro diagnostic use only. The ToxCup® Drug Screen Cup is
available in double drug analyte dip format. It is intended for prescription point-of-care use.
These tests provide only a preliminary test result and are the first step in a two-step process for detecting drugs of abuse in
urine. The second step is confirming the results in a certified laboratory. For a quantitative result or to confirm preliminary
positive results obtained by the ToxCup® Drug Screen Cup, a more specific alternative method such as Gas
Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) must be used. Clinical consideration and professional judgment must be applied
to any drug of abuse test result, particularly when a preliminary positive result is indicated.
Each strip contains two drug tests. C region shows validity of a test result. T1 region shows result for Test 1. T2 region shows result for Test 2.
For C region: The appearance of a line indicates a valid result. No line means an Invalid result. If a test strip does not have a line in the C region, test results are Invalid for both T1 and T2 on that strip.
For T1 and T2 regions: The appearance of a line indicates a Negative result. Note: Any test line, even a very faint test line, is considered a negative result.
No line indicates a
Preliminary Positive result. Note: Any urine with preliminary positive results should be sent to a laboratory for confirmation.