Multi-Panel Drug Test Cup 9 Panel with Ritalin/Methylphenidate
SPECIAL PRICE DUE TO SHORT EXPIRATION DATE OF 5/31/2021
The Healgen Scientific Multi-Panel Drug Test Cup is a No Step, fully integrated self contained multi-drug screening cup. No tipping or turning required. Read results in 5 minutes. This cup is a fast visual, competitive panel immunoassay that can be used for the simultaneous, qualitative detection of multiple drug metabolites at specific cutoff levels in human urine.
Brand Names for Methylphenidate: Daytrana, Ritalin, Quillivant XR, Metadate ER, Aptensio XR, Cotempla XR-ODT, QuilliChew ER, Concerta, Methylin, and Ritalin LA
Features & Benefits
- Sold by the box of 25 tests
- Includes "O-Ring seal" in cap for improved leak resistance
- "Click Seal" cap confirms the cup is sealed and the specimen is secured
- No step cup
- Up to 99% Accurate
- Dual scale Temperature Strip verifies if urine is "fresh" and not diluted
- Adheres to the SAMHSA Cutoff Levels
- Immediate Results
- Shelf-life up to 24 months
- New easy to open top for the confirmation lab
FORENSIC USE ONLY
|9 Panel Configuration|
|Item Number||Drugs Tested||Approvals|
|HCDOAEW-295R||AMP, BUP, BZO, COC, MOP, MTD, MPD, OXY THC||Forensic Use Only|
Methylphenidate is a nervous system stimulant commonly used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Marketing under several brand names, the drug is best known in the U.S. as Ritalin. When used as directed, methylphenidate can provide a person greater focus for a short period of time and even help control appetite in people who are dangerously obese.
Students have been known to use methylphenidate to stay up late to study for exams. It is a practice that can lead to addiction, a problem which often requires treatment at a drug rehabilitation center.
The length of time that methylphenidate is detectable in the body is dependant on several variables, including which type of drug test is being used and which formulation of the drug is being taken. There are both immediate-release and extended-release forms of methylphenidate on the market, the latter of which remains in the body longer. Both are excreted primarily in urine.