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Simple and easy to use urine drug screening dipcard and cups

Thermo Fisher Scientific, a market leader in drugs of abuse screening products, has partnered with Confirm Biosciences to provide a simple urine drug screening solution for drug courts and forensic laboratories in the United States. Detect up to 16 drugs in 5 minutes with easy-to-use urine drug screen cups!

These products are for criminal justice and forensic use only in the United States.

Flexible Product Choices to best suit your program needs:
Test 10 Panel/Cut-off (ng/mL) 13 Panel/Cut-off (ng/mL) 16 Panel/Cut-off (ng/mL) One Step Fentanyl Dipcard Cut-off (ng/mL)
Product PN HE-Cup-8104pr HE-CupB-8134A3pr HE-CupB-6165A6pr HE-Dip-FTNpr
Amphetamine 1000 1000 500  
Barbiturate     300  
Benzodiazepine 300 300 300  
Buprenorphine 10 10 10  
Cocaine 300 300 150  
Ecstasy (MDMA) 500 500 500  
Ethyl Glucuronide   300 300  
Fentanyl   300 300 200
K2   50 50  
Marijuana 50 50 50  
Methamphetamine 1000 1000 500  
Methadone 300 300 300  
Morphine 2000 2000 300  
Oxycodone 100 100 100  
Phencyclidine     25  
Tramadol     200  
Specimen Validity Tests
Creatinine   X X  
Glutaraldehyde     X  
Nitrite     X  
Oxidants   X X  
pH     X  
Specific Gravity   X X  
  10-Panel Package Insert 13 and 16-Panel Package Insert Dipcard Package Insert

For technical questions and product issues regarding the urine drug screen cups, please contact Confirm Biosciences at or 1-800-908-5603.

The Paracelsus Software from ACT Innovations drives the entire testing process. This begins with automated scheduling of participants, randomization of tests and full chain of custody along the entire workflow from sample collection to reporting of the results within Drug Court Case Management (DCCM) systems.

How To Use Paracelsus Software with Dipcard and Cups  

How to read and interpret the results: Urine drug screen cups provide a qualitative screening positive or negative result. A more specific alternative method such as LC-MS/MS or GC-MS must be used for a confirmed analytical result.

Urine Drug Screening Cups Results Interpretation Key

Ensuring validity of the test: There should always be a line corresponding to the control line (C). If this is not there, the test is invalid.

Positive result: No line corresponding to the test strip (T) indicates a positive result.

Negative result: Faint line or a clear line corresponding to the test strip (T) indicates a negative result.

Limitations of the test:

  1. Drug Tests (Strip/Card/Device/Cup) are for professional in vitro diagnostic use, and should be only used for the qualitative detection of drugs of abuse.
  2. This assay provides a preliminary analytical test result only. A more specific alternative chemical method must be used in order to obtain a confirmed analytical result. Gass chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) has been established as the preferred confirmatory method by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Clinical consideration and professional judgment should be applied to any test result, particularly when preliminary positive results are indicated.
  3. There is a possibility that technical or procedural errors as well as other substances and factors may interfere with the test and cause false results.