Drug test kit for detecting the drug presence
The device is designed to detect the presence of various types of drug or drug metabolites simultaneously in human urine.
The invention offers qualitative results for d-amphetamine (AMP), Barbituric – BAR Secobarbital, BZO Benzodiazepine – Oxazepam, Cocaine (COC), Methamphetamine (MET), Morphine (MOP), Methadone (MTD), Feniciclidine (PCP), Nortriptyline / Antidepressants cyclic (TCA) or Tetrahicanabinol (THC) in human urine.
The home drug test features results in 5 minutes, level indicator, simple, 3-step procedure, space for naming, protective cap. It is possible to carry out personalized tests with 40 combinations of possible substances.
The Chromatographic test at one stage for the qualitative detection of Amphetamine (AMP), Barbituric (BAR), Benzodiazepine – Oxazepam (BZO), Cocaine (COC), Methamphetamine (MET), Morphine (MOP) (PCP), Nortriptyline – Cyclic Antidepressants (TCA), or Tetrahicanabinol (THC) in human urine.
Picture UC-10A. It has an inclusive collection container, reducing urine handling and procedure steps and temperature indicators for determining sample validity. The closed lid sealed with space for noting the donor’s name and ID and without access to the sample. The sample may be used for further confirmation of the test. It is possible to carry out customized tests with 17 possible combinations of substances.
Types of drugs
COC: Cocaine obtained from coca leaf leaves is a powerful stimulant of the central nervous system and has been used as a local anesthetic. Cocaine administration induces euphoria, confidence and an increased sense of energy; an accelerated pulse accompanies these psychological effects, pupil dilation, fever, trembling and sweating. In general, cocaine is smoked or given intravenously or orally.
Cocaine base can be smoked in the form known as “crack,” which can lead to addiction, as the effect is faster and intensified. Cocaine is primarily excreted as benzoyl-ecgonine and can generally be detected within 24-60 hours after use. Learn more.
OPI: Heroin, morphine, and codeine are narcotics derived from poppy resin. Heroin is rapidly metabolized into morphine. In this way, both morphine and morphine glucuronide can be detected in the urine of a person who has only used heroin. The body also converts codeine into morphine. Thus, the presence of morphine (or morphine metabolite) in urine indicates the use of heroin, morphine and codeine. In general, morphine and other opiate preparations can be detected in the urine 2 to 6 hours after application and remain detectable for up to 3 days.
However, the post-use period of the drug where a positive result can be obtained depends on one some factors including the frequency and amount used, the rate of metabolism, the price of excretion, the half-life of the drug, and the age, weight, activity, and diet of the user.
MET: Methamphetamine is a potent sympathomimetic agent with therapeutic uses. Taking methamphetamine in acutely high doses leads to stimulation of the central nervous system and induces euphoria, liveliness and a sense of energy and strength. Methamphetamine is eliminated in the urine as amphetamine and oxidized as deaminated derivatives. In any case, 40% of methamphetamine is removed unchanged. Thus, the presence of the first compound in the urine indicates the use of methamphetamine. Methamphetamine can be detected in the urine within 4-6 hours of use and for 3-5 days, depending on the pH of the urine.
THC: Using THC can affect short-term memory and inhibit learning. It can also change the mood and sensory perceptions, cause loss of coordination, induce anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations, depression, confusion and pulse acceleration. There may be tolerance to cardiac and psychotropic effects.
The use of long-term THC may be associated with behavioral disorders. Seizure after marijuana can lead to anxiety, insomnia, anorexia, and nausea. Tetrahydrocannabinol is an oily resin, cannabinoid-type benzo-pranic derivative; is the primary active substance in cannabis, found in herbal cannabis and marijuana drugs.
AMP: Amphetamine is chemically related to the natural catecholamines of the human body, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. It has therapeutic uses and is a potent sympathomimetic agent.
The use of amphetamine in higher acute doses leads to increased stimulation of the central nervous system and induces euphoria, liveliness, diminished appetite, and a sense of energy and strength. Generally, about 30% of amphetamine is eliminated unchanged in urine for 24 hours.
Related site: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphetamine
PCP: Phencyclidine is used as a veterinary anesthetic. It is used illegally as a hallucinogen and is commonly referred to as PCP, Angel Dust, Crystal Cyclone, Love Boat, Locomotive or Killer Burdock.
PCP can cause lethargy, disorientation, and loss of coordination, visual distortion, euphoria, ataxia and even coma. PCP can be administered orally, by inhalation, smoking or intravenous injection.