Drug Abuse Panel 10-50 without Confirmation, Urine

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Fasting Required: No

Specimen: Urine

Lab: Quest Diagnostics

Results: 3-7 business days
Note: Result turnaround times are an estimate and are not guaranteed. Our reference lab may need additional time due to weather, holidays, confirmation/repeat testing, or equipment maintenance.

Tests Included:

Amphetamines:
Stimulants that accelerate brain and body functions. Prescription diet pills also fall into this category. Prolonged use may cause hallucinations and intense paranoia.
Street Names Include: speed, uppers, dexies, bennies

Barbiturates:
Barbiturates calm nerves and relax muscles. Many are legally available by prescription and are bright-colored capsules or tablets.
Street Names Include: depressants, downers, goof balls, barbs, ludes

Benzodiazepines:
Calm nerves and relax muscles. Also helps relieve nervousness, tension, and other symptoms by slowing the central nervous system. Prescribed to treat anxiety, panic attacks, seizure disorders, and insomnia.
Street Names Include: benzos, candy, downers, sleeping pills, normies, rowies, serres, moggies, Vals, V, Xanies, and tranks.

Cannabinoids:
Marijuana is the most widely used illegal drug in the United States. It is often called a gateway drug because frequent use can lead to the use of stronger drugs.
Street Names Include: weed, blunts, chronic, herb, ganja, pot, grass, joint, reefers, Acapulco gold, sinsemilia, Mary Jane, Thai sticks, hash and hash oil.

Cocaine:
A stimulant that rocks the central nervous system and gives users a quick, intense feeling of power and energy. So addictive that even after one use cocaine can create both physical and psychological cravings that make it very, very difficult for users to stop.
Street Names Include: coke, snow, blow, nose candy, white, big C

Methadone:
A narcotic pain reliever, similar to morphine. It is occasionally used to ease pain but is primarily used for treating narcotic addiction. Methadone's effects can last up to 24 hours.
Street Names Include: done, junk, jungle juice, meth, and metho

Opiates:
Some of the most well-known opiates include opium, heroin, fentanyl, morphine, codeine, oxycodone and hydrocodone. Opiates slow down the responses of the central nervous system – including the brain – to external stimuli. Users report intense feelings of euphoria and/or relaxation. For this reason, opiates are often used to escape from difficult emotional or physical pain.
Street Names Include: Codeine, China White, Demerol, dilaudid, heroin, methadone, Morphine, Percocet, Percodan, Talwin, Vicodin

Phencyclidine:
Demonstrates properties of both stimulants and depressants. A person on PCP may exhibit slurred speech, blank stares, muscle rigidity, disorientation, numbness of limbs, loss of coordination, sense of extreme strength and invulnerability.
Street Names Include: PCP, Hog, Angel Dust, Loveboat, Lovely, Wack, Rocket Fuel, Embalming Fluid

Propoxyphene:
Commonly known as Darvon®. It is listed as a narcotic pain reliever and is used to relieve mild to moderate pain.
Street Names Include: NONE