Commonly Used

Urine Drug Testing

Accurate, Cost Effective

Each test will screen for 13 different drugs and confirm any presumptive positive result.

5 Pack

$49.80/full panel test


10 Pack

$39.90/full panel test



  • Shipping charges
  • Discreet return packaging
  • Instructions (English/Spanish)
  • Specimen bags
  • Prepaid package
  • Forensic requisition

How Urine Tests Work

Urine testing is the most common screening method and detects recent use, typically in the previous one to three days. It is suitable for all testing reasons – from pre-employment to random to post-accident – and can be performed for a wide range of illicit and prescription drugs.

Today, urine remains the most commonly used drug specimen because of its familiarity, its cost to test, and its detection of a wide range of drugs for inclusion on test panels.

A significant problem with urine testing is that it is vulnerable to “cheating“ like:
  • Adulteration (placing something in urine so drugs will not be detected)
  • Dilution (drinking a lot of water over a short period of time)
  • Substitution (using fluid other than the donor’s own urine)
Especially in unmonitored collection situations.

The Pros and Cons of Urine Drug Testing


  • Inexpensive. Dependable. Longevity in industry
  • Detects recent drug use (previous 4-72 hours)
  • Applicable for a variety of testing reasons including – pre-employment, random, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, follow-up and return-to-duty screening


  • Easily manipulated (adulterate, dilute, substitute).
  • Same-sex staff required to observe the collection and cannot be used to determine the dose or severity of impairment