Answer: It refers to how many types of drugs are being tested for. Cocaine, amphetamines, THC (marijuana), and opiates are pretty much always tested for. Other drugs that would likely be included on this include benzodiazepines, barbituates, methamphetamine, methadone, oxycodone, and PCP.
Answer: Its a drug test consisting of tests for cocaine, amphetamines, meth amphetamines, THC, MTD, opiates 300, barbiturates, oxycodone, PCP, buprenorphin, Benzodiazapines. You can actually find it right online if you ever need to know.
Answer: NO! Various bloggers online claim that it is an opiate and therefore will show up on the 5 panel (which tests for opiates) test. This is incorrect as suboxone is an opiate agonist and therefore will not appear even on the 10 panel. The only way to be tested for suboxone is a pharma-specific buprenophrine test that would cost hundreds of dollars! This test is, for the most part, done primarily by physicians who are trying to help their opioid dependent patients (via 12 panel test). - you can verify all of this by calling THE suboxone pharmacy.
Answer: I am pretty positive it does not since it is not even in the opiate family. I think they would have to do a special test probably in a lab. The 9 panel only tests for marijuana, cocaine, PCP, opiates, methamphetamine, methadone, amphetamines, barbiturates, and benzodiazepines and ultram, even though is used for pain, is not derived from any of these.
Answer: 5-panel drug tests are basically looking for the MAIN drugs - marijuana, cocaine (which includes crack), benzos (which includes Valium/Xanax - AND others), opiates (which includes most painkillers, and amphetamines (which would include meth and/or possibly some adhd drugs). Several drugs will fall into each of these categories. Check out the drug you are concerned about.
Answer: Hi,It depends. We switched from a 5 panel to a 10 panel because they test for many more types of prescription drugs and specify which classes of pills the person is testing dirty for. The 5 panels we used to use only tested for alcohol, THC (marijuana), opiates, cocaine, and methamphetamine. The 10 panels include all of the above, plus benzos, PCP, and MDMA (ecstasy).
Answer: The 12 panel drug test tests for 12 drugs. The drugs areAmphetamines, Cocaine, Benzodiazepines, Opiates, Marijuana,Phencyclidine, Barbiturates, Methamphetamine, Ecstasy, Methadone,Oxycodone, and Propoxyphene.