Clear Choice Systems - Mobile Drug and Alcohol Testing Company
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Drugs Tested for and Cut-Off Levels

DRUG TESTED

RESULT

SCREEN CUT-OFF

Amphetamine

NEGATIVE

1000 ng/ml

Barbituates

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml

Benzodiazepines

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml

Cannabinoids

NEGATIVE

50 ng/ml

Cocaine Metabolite

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml

Ethanol

NEGATIVE

25 ng/ml

Methadone

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml

Methaqualone

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml

Opiates

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml

Phencyclidine

NEGATIVE

25 ng/ml

Propoxyphene

NEGATIVE

300 ng/ml


In addition to the Federally-mandated (SAMHSA/DOT) five-drug panel, Clear Choice Systems offers a variety of test panels and cut-off levels. Our standard urine specimen five-drug panel test screens for the presence of the following drugs and drug classes:

Drug Group

EIA screen cutoff level* ng/mL**

GC/MS confirmation cutoff level* ng/mL**

Amphetamines (Amphetamine and Methamphetamine)

1000

500

Cocaine Metabolite

300

150

Marijuana Metabolites

50

15

Opiates (Codeine and Morphine)

2000

2000

Phencyclidine

25

25


* These are standard cutoff levels - alternate cutoff levels may be available
** Nanograms/milliliter - the above cut-off levels, list of analytes and test methodologies are subject to change when required by applicable government regulations or guidelines

Adulteration Testing for Urine Tests

All "invalid results" are tested twice automatically to ensure accuracy. Specimens suspected of containing certain prescription and non-prescription drugs that may interfere with analysis during the initial enzyme immunoassay screen are automatically tested again using an alternate methodology.

Oral Fluid Testing

Oral fluid collection devices, where a swab is used to collect a saliva sample, allow for specimen collection at any time or any place, helping to simplify the collection process while preserving the donor's dignity. Since the sample is collected under direct supervision, the chance for specimen adulteration is greatly reduced.
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