Yes, they are all tested using the Opiates (Rapid Response) or Morphine (Instant-View) test. These drugs are from the same family of drugs.
Both are potent symphathominetic agents. Methamphetamine is the parent drug. It metabolizes into amphetamine in the body. Methamphetamine and/or Amphetamine are excreted in the urine.
The screening cut-off levels on our tests are consistent with those of SAMHSA. Amphetamines—————-1000 ng/ml Barbiturates———————300ng/ml Benzodiazepines—————300 ng/ml Cocaine————————-300 ng/ml Marijuana————————50 ng/ml Methadone———————300 ng/ml Methamphetamine———–1000 ng/ml Opiates————————2000 ng/ml Phencyclidine——————–25 ng/ml Tricyclic Antidepressants—-1000 ng/ml
Urine Method Amphetamines — 2-6 days Barbiturates — 3-8 days Benzodiazepines — 2-14 days Cannabis (Marijuana) — 14-30 days Cocaine — 2-5 days Ecstasy — 1-3 days Methadone — 2-8 days Opiates — 2-5 days Phencyclidine — 3-8days Tricyclic Antidepressants — 10 days Saliva Method Amphetamines — up to 72 hours Barbiturates — up […]
Yes. The most common problem is the pseudoephedrine in many over-the-counter sinus and cold medications, which can cause a positive result for methamphetamine. A GC/MS confirmation as well as a MRO review is necessary to determine the source of the positive result. Some forms of the drugs we test for may be available legally under […]