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Order Instant Rapid Drug Tests

Posted: May 11, 2017

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Do you need a drug test today near you or a drug test near me.  Instant or rapid drug tests are now available at facilities in most areas of the United States.

Instant Rapid Urine Test – 5 Panel: Marijuana: THC, Cocaine – COC, Phencyclidine – PCP, Opiates – OPI, Amphetamine – AMP and Methamphetamines – MAMP.  These tests are only available at our LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics facilities.  Not available in every State. If you order an instant test and there are no collection sites available in your area, your test will be changed to a standard laboratory test.  Negative results will be e-mail to you in about two hours, non-negative results will go to the Lab for further confirmation testing and the results will take several business days.  Click Here to order.

Instant Rapid Urine Test – 10 Panel: Marijuana: THC, Cocaine – COC, Phencyclidine – PCP, Opiates – OPI, Amphetamine – AMP, Methamphetamines – MAMP, Benzodiazepine, Barbiturates, Methadone, and Propoxyphene.  These tests are only available at our LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics facilities.  Not available in every State. Not available in every State. If you order an instant test and there are no collection sites available in your area, your test will be changed to a standard laboratory test.  Negative results will be e-mail to you in about two hours, non-negative results will go to the Lab for further confirmation testing and the results will take several business days. Click Here to order.

Call 866-843-4545 for immediate service.

The following states have restrictions on instant or rapid drug testing:

  • Kansas – Prohibited for all employees.
  • Maine – Pre-employment only.
  • Maryland – Employer must register with the State. Pre-employment only.
  • Minnesota – Prohibited for all employees.
  • Nevada – Must be performed in a licensed facility.
  • New York – Must be performed in a licensed facility.
  • North Caroline – Pre-employment only.
  • Oklahoma – Must be performed at a certified collection site.
  • Oregon – Sites must become POCT registered.
  • Puerto Rico – Prohibited for all employees.
  • Vermont – Prohibited for all employees. 

Questions and answers about instant or rapid drug testing, commonly called POCT testing:

Q: Is instant testing also referred to as POCT or rapid testing? A: Yes, instant tests are sometimes referred to as rapid testing or POCT which stands for point of collection testing. This type of test yields a drug and/or alcohol result within minutes from the time of a drug test collection.

Q: Is the testing laboratory available to verify the results of instant drug tests? A: Yes. The best practice, and as required by the FDA-clearance, for any instant drug testing program is to send non-negative initial screens into the laboratory for confirmatory testing.

Q: Why do specimens that screen non-negative with an instant test device sometimes test negative in the confirmatory laboratory results? A: This is actually not uncommon. It occurs not only with instant tests, but also with specimens that screen non-negative in the laboratory. There are a few potential causes. Immunoassay technology typically used for screening is susceptible cross-reactivity with structurally similar compounds (e.g. a range of opiates or over the counter cold medications) that are not in the intended test panel. This can be caused by the donor’s ingestion of those compounds. The donor may be completely unaware of the potential interference. The Mass Spectrometer (MS) instruments utilized for confirmatory testing are more accurate and sensitive. While this test method is more expensive than the immunoassay screen, it identifies the exact molecule of the targeted drug or metabolite and precisely measures the level of drug in the specimen. The two technologies are used together to optimize cost and accuracy for workplace drug testing.

Q: Can an instant urine test be used for federally regulated or Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing? A: No, lab-based testing is required for all federally mandated drug testing.

Q: Is instant drug testing legal in the United States? A: Instant testing is legal in the U.S. However, it’s prohibited by state law in New York, Kansas, Minnesota, Vermont, and Puerto Rico. Several other states have laws that require licensure and/or registration or limit the use of instant drug tests.

Q: Is FDA clearance required for instant drug test devices? A: The FDA requires that instant test devices utilized for workplace drug testing have FDA 510(k) clearance

Our instant testing devices are a  rapid, one step screening test for the simultaneous, qualitative detection of multiple drugs and drug metabolites in human urine designed for use by healthcare professionals including professionals at point of care sites.