Five Panel Drug Test Key Cup (with Adulteration, CLIA Waived)
CLIA Waived drug tests are defined as simple laboratory procedures that are cleared by the FDA for home use and that incorporate methodologies that are so easy and accurate that it is unlikely that mistakes would occur. Another requirement is that they would pose no reasonable risk of harm to a patient if they were performed incorrectly. All cups come with a built in temperature strip. Ideal temperature for fresh urine is 90 to 100 degrees. Cups are available with and without built in Adulterants. This checks to see if the donor is trying to mask or tamper with their urine.
Have donor produce urine specimen into cup - Turn key to release urine into testing region. Peel back sticker to view results.
NEGATIVE: Two lines appear. A line in the Control region C and a line in the Test region T. Shades vary; the result should be considered a negative whenever there is even a faint line.
POSITIVE: A line appears in the Control region C but NO line appears in the Test region T.
INVALID: No line appears in the Control region C.