Changing The Game In Drugs of Abuse Testing
Premier Biotech is changing the game in drugs of abuse testing. We have created an exclusive product portfolio that tests for the most relevant drugs of abuse including fentanyl, tramadol, buprenorphine, oxycodone, and more. Premier Bio-Cup and Dip products provide fast results in minutes, while utilizing the same immunoassay technology that laboratory screening instruments employ. Screens provide qualitative presumptive positive or negative results to help identify the presence of illicit substances. Premier Biotech’s rapid urine cup and dip products provide an ideal solution for correctional, workplace, health & human services and clinical based testing programs.
Premier Bio-Cup And Dip Features & Benefits
• Proven Accuracy, Sensitivity, Specificity
• Easy To Read/Interpret
• Customized Panels Test For Relevant Drugs of Abuse
• CLIA-Waived Drug Test Strips Available
• Hermetically Sealed And Flood Proof Strips
• Stable Results Up To 60 Minutes, Even While Submerged In The Sample (Dips)
• Ability To Test For Specialty Drugs: K2/Spice, Tramadol, Fentanyl, Gabapentin, Kratom, EtG, And More
• Aggressive Cut-off Levels Available
• Fast, Accurate Results
• Multi/Single Dip Options Available
Evolving Testing Capabilities And Options
Premier Biotech recognizes that our customer needs vary based on their industry, and drug abuse trends differ throughout each state and region. We look to continually bring new development in drug testing to market, ensuring rapid product customization including options for drug panels at various cut-off levels. Our goal is to provide customers with a solution to identify the presence of drugs that are not detected in most rapid panels. Our innovative configurations can also include EtG and 6-AM. Premier Biotech was the first company to deliver EtG in a multi-panel cup configuration. EtG provides detection 5-7 times longer than traditional alcohol testing. Previously, heroin could only be tested for using the standard opiate strip. Due to this, there was no way to differentiate heroin use from other opiates including, hydrocodone (Vicodin), codeine (Tylenol 3), or morphine outside of confirmation testing at a laboratory, until now. Due to the high potential of abuse, testing for heroin by adding 6-Acetylmorphine (6-AM) will be a beneficial addition to most testing panels.