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10-Panel Urine Tests Look For What Drugs?

Posted on Friday, February 22nd, 2013

If we said a 10-panel urine test recognizes every controlled substance known to exist on planet Earth, we would be exaggerating, but not by much. The test is extremely comprehensive and effective in determining addictive drug use, so much so that it may list substances you did not recognize as drugs. So, we’ve explained the list below.

  1. Amphetamines – These drugs are taken for increased energy and focus. Historically, they were taken in the form of methamphetamine. This is a white, odorless and bitter powder. Now, they are more commonly found in university dormitories in the form of Adderall, Ritalin and other prescription medications. Children and young adults are prescribed amphetamines for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), but plenty of others use them illegally as study-aids and performance enhancers.
  2. Barbiturates –  These act as depressants to your central nervous system. In small doses, they can lead to similar symptoms as alcohol, but they can be extremely harmful if taken with alcohol. Amytal Sodium, Butisol Sodium, Luminal, Nembutal Sodium, Phenobarbital, and Seconal Sodium are all different types of barbiturates.
  3. Benzodiazepines – Some of the most commonly used medications in psychiatrics, benzodiazepines are prescribed as anti-anxiety meds and sedatives. They are similar to barbiturates and alcohol in how they impact your neurotransmitters, making them dangerous to use at the same time. Benzodiazepines include Valium, Xanax, Klonopin, and Ativan, but there are many more.
  4. Cocaine – This panel of the drug test looks for a central nervous system stimulant. The substance is a white powder, which can be snorted, smoked, or injected. Cocaine metabolizes too rapidly to be found in the bloodstream by a drug test, but its metabolite, benzoylecgonine, can be measured for longer periods.
  5. Opiates – Also known as narcotics, opiates are typically used as pain relievers. All forms of opiates can be derived from the opium poppy, including morphine, heroin and codeine. These may be chemically altered to form many prescription medications, such as oxycodone (Oxycontin) and hydrocodone (Vicodin).

For information on the last five drugs tested on the 10-panel drug test, read on!

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