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  • Answer: They can be 1 panel (only for THC), 5 panel (most common), 7 - 10 panel. It depends on the company or the institution your gonna be tested for. Check this out:
    Cocaine - Includes Cocaine, Crack and Benzoylecognine
    · Cannabinoids - Includes Marijuana and Hash
    · Amphetamines - Includes Speed, Methamphetamines and amphetamines
    · Opiates - Includes Heroin, Opium, Codeine and Morphine
    · Phencyclidine - PCP (5 panel home test kit)
    But they can test for additional drugs such as:

    · Barbiturates - Including Phenobarbital, Scorbarbitol and Butalbital
    · Hydrocodone - Including Vicodin and Lortab
    · Benzodiazepines - Includes Valium, Xanax, Librium, Serax and Rohypnol
    · Methadone
    · Propoxyphene - Includes Darvon compounds
    · Ethanol - Known as Alcohol
    · MDMA or Ecstasy


  • Answer: Saliva drug test kits test for any specific type of drugs thatshould not be in your system.
  • Answer: Yes, it is possible for the immunosuppressant drugs to be found on a urine drug test.
  • Answer: That depends on what the tester wants to test for. Various tests can be applied and turn up, if present, any number of drugs or their metabolites.
  • Answer: Urine testing is used for tracing prohibited drugs in your body.
  • Answer: no... but, drug tests show how old the urine is and the urine is always tested with a thermometer to make sure that it is YOUR body temp...the best way to pass a urine test is to know how long drugs will be in your systemdont smoke weed one month before a drugs testdont take exstacy, cocaine, ketamine etc 1-2 weeks before a drugs test...LSD on the other hand (my specialist subject) cannot be traced after 6 hours of taking it... NO drugs tests test for acid :)hope this helps :)
  • Answer: Cocaine - snort a line
    meth - smoke crystals
    LSD - dissolve on tongue
    mariajuana - smoke a spliff, hash cookies... etc.
  • Answer: The FAA actually usually does not screen or test for drugs at all.Instead, they tend to screen for diabetes and kidney disease.
  • Answer: Why yes they do. You are given 24 hrs. to have an einstant urine test done at a local lab.
  • Answer: The DOT test is a five panel test, it consists of THC(Marijuana), Cocaine, Amphetamines, Opiates, and Barbiturates.
  • Answer: they make you pee on this little thing and it tells if you did durgs or are oh drugs
  • Answer: You test new drugs on humans to see if they will work on humans. The purpose of new drugs is to see if they will treat a disease that humans have. First the drugs are developed in the lab. Then they are tested on animals. If the animals survive they are tested on a group of ten humans. This is phase one. If those ten survive and the drug works with them, the test goes to phase two. Phase two tests the drug in several hundred people. If the drug works with them and does very little damage, it will go to phase three. Phase three, determines ideal dosage and involves several thousand people. Then if it works, the drug will be marketed. The manufacturer will know the drug works and can treat patients.Most new drugs do not work or have serious side effects. You might read about a new miracle cure. Then you discover that it killed a number of people in phase one or phase 2 of trials. A number of cancer patients were willing to try a new drug for phase one of a study. It was their only hope. They did not care if they only had a 10% chance of survival. Still, you test new drugs starting with a small number of humans so that you only kill a small number of humans instead of selling the new miracle cure to thousands and killing thousands.
  • Answer: Athletic Drug TestingThe most common method of testing is chemical analysis using a urine sample. An athlete at the Olympics is required to give two urine samples (commonly refered to in the media as the A and B samples - which are kept in separate places). The A sample is tested chemically for substances on the banned substance list. If a substance is detected in the A sample the B sample is then tested. If both samples are positive for a banned substance then the athlete is asked to explain the findings at a hearing.
  • Answer: Everything except alcohol and nicotine pretty much.

What drugs does TASC test for?

  • the Treatment Assessment Screening center has different panels in which the test drugs for. it depends on which panel you have, you can see all the the different panels and which drugs they test for in each panel here http://www.tascaz.org/dat_testmenu.htm ( copy and paste)

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