The Opiates Drug Test/Single Panel Opiates (OPI) Drug Test Dip Card is a one-step urine drug screen that provides a rapid, one step screening for the simultaneous, qualitative detection of one drug in human urine. The single dipstick screens for the presence of Opiates in human urine, which is qualitatively analyzed to indicate a positive or negative test result. Results are produced in minutes making this test a quick, precise and practical solution for on-site drug screening.
Features and Benefits
●FDA 510 (K) Cleared
●Up to 24 month shelf life
●Up to 99% accurate
●One-step urine drug screen
●Easy dipstick card format
●Results in 3 to 8 minutes
●No reagents needed
●Stores at room temperature
●Built-in controls for each analyte to validate results
|Detectable Drugs||Abbreviation||Cut-Off (ng/mL)||Detection Time|
|Opiates||OPI||2000 ng/mL||2 to 3 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 is a urine drug test for opiates. For a presumptive substance test, view the DABIT™ Drugs of Abuse Identification Test: Opiates.
What are Opiates?
Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, and many others.
All opioids are chemically related and interact with opioid receptors on nerve cells in the body and brain. Opioid pain relievers are generally safe when taken for a short time and as prescribed by a doctor, but because they produce euphoria in addition to pain relief, they can be misused (taken in a different way or in a larger quantity than prescribed, or taken without a doctor’s prescription). Regular use—even as prescribed by a doctor—can lead to dependence and, when misused, opioid pain relievers can lead to addiction, overdose incidents, and deaths.
Learn about the health effects of prescription opioids and read the DrugFacts on Fentanyl, Heroin, and Prescription Opioids.