The 10 panel saliva drug test screens for the presence of Amphetamine, Barbiturate, Benzodiazepine, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Buprenorphine, Opiates, Oxycodone, Phencyclidine and Marijuana in human saliva, which is qualitatively analyzed to indicate a positive or negative test result.
Features and Benefits
●Forensic Use Only
●One-Step saliva drug test
●Results in 5 minutes or less
●Up to 24 month shelf life
●Up to 99% accurate
|Detectable Drugs||Abbreviation||Cut-Off (ng/mL)||Detection Time|
|Amphetamine||AMP||50 ng/mL||2 to 3 days|
|Barbiturates||BAR||50ng/mL||1 to 3 weeks|
|Benzodiazepines||BZO||10 ng/mL||1 to 4 days|
|Cocaine||COC||20 ng/mL||2 to 3 days|
|Marijuana||THC||12 ng/mL||1 to 7 days|
|Buprenorphine||BUP||5 ng/mL||1 to 3 days|
|Methamphetamine||MET||50 ng/mL||2 to 3 days|
|Opiates||OPI||40 ng/mL||1 to 3 days|
|Oxycodone||OXY||50 ng/mL||1 to 2 days|
|Phencyclidine||PCP||10 ng/mL||7 to 14 days|
These are only guidelines as the times can vary significantly from these estimates, based on how long the person has been taking the drug, the amount of drug they use, or the person’s metabolism.
This oral drug test is a 10 Panel Drug Testing kit. If you need to test for a different or smaller variety of drugs, please see our 6 Panel Oral/Saliva Drug Test here.
What Is Oral Fluid Testing?
Oral fluid testing, or “saliva” testing, collects a sample from the donor using an oral swab, detecting drugs and metabolites sometimes within 15 minutes. Unlike other forms of drug testing, oral fluid is fully observed and features a short detection window, detecting current usage and up to two days following the initial use. Currently, there is no means of detecting impairment, but with the extremely shortened drug detection window for oral fluid, employers can detect if the drug use was recent, similar to blood testing but easier and less invasive.
Oral fluid testing may also be referred to as a saliva/oral drug test, mouth swab test, oral fluid drug test, saliva testing, oral drug testing, saliva sample testing, or oral fluid specimen testing.
Learn more about oral drug testing at National Center for Biotechnology Information.