14 Panel Drug Test
Our 14 Panel Urine Drug Test picks up Tramadol and Demerol, plus all the drugs detected by our 12 panel test. Anyone with possible access to these highly addictive narcotics, such as staff of hospitals or veterinarians, should be tested for these drugs. These narcotics are intended for use in treating severe pain, but are sometimes abused or misused.
Registering online is quick and easy. Just enter your zip code, and we’ll show you the clinics that are closest to you. Select a location and complete registration, then we’ll send you a barcode and a map to the testing facility. Urine specimens are sent to a SAMHSA certified laboratory for analysis. Our MRO (Medical Review Officer) reviews all results, which are reported securely online. Register online or give us a call at (888)378-2499.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does It Take To Get Results of a 14 Panel Urine Drug Test?
With a negative test result, 14 Panel Urine Drug Tests typically come back the next business day, but can take longer in some cases. If the screening is not negative, further testing is required. Our lab will run a GC/MS confirmation test on all non-negative results, which provides an official, quantitative measurement of the level of drugs in the system. Confirmation testing takes approximately 3 to 7 days.
How Long Tramadol Stay In Your System?
The detection window for tramadol in the 14 Panel Urine Drug Test is up to approximately 4 days.
Does Alcohol Show Up on the 14 Panel Drug Test?
Does Methadone Show Up on the 14 Panel Drug Test?
Yes, Methadone will show up on a 14 Panel Drug Test if the person used it within the detection window.
How Far Back Does This Test Go?
Health Street’s urine drug tests look at usage in the past week, but metabolisms vary, as do types of drugs, so this is not a hard and fast rule as some would believe. If you want to look at drug use over a longer period of time, our hair follicle drug tests start checking at about a week prior, and go all the way back to around 90 days. The most comprehensive approach is to do both urine and hair, thereby checking both the current week as well as the past three months.
|Amphetamines||3-7 days||90 Days|
|Marijuana||30 Days||90 Days|
|Cocaine||3-7 days||90 Days|
|Methadone||3-7 days||90 Days|
|Opiates||3-7 days||90 Days|
|Benzodiazepines||3-7 days||90 Days|
|Methaqualone||3-7 days||90 Days|
This chart is to be used solely as a guideline as to how long a drug would stay in one’s system. In general, the detection window for a 14 Panel Urine Drug Test goes back up to a week, maximum. Factors such as how long the person has been taking the drug, the amount of drug used, and also the person’s metabolism can have an effect on how long the drug stays in the system. Hair follicle tests such as our 14 Panel Hair Test can be used to detect repeat usage over an extended period of time rather than single usage, so use these in conjunction with a urine test for best results.
About Our 14 Panel Drug Test
How a 14 Panel Urine Drug Test is Performed
This is a lab test; the person being tested comes to one of our clinics for professional specimen collection. Health Street has over 5000 drug test locations nationwide. Appointments are not necessary, but you do need to register in advance. Results for this screen are available in a day or two, if it’s negative. Otherwise, non-negatives are retested using a GC/MS confirmation method, which takes about a week.
Urine Drug Test Facts
Why Choose Health Street
Years of Drug Test Experience
Health Street is one of the most trusted providers for pre-employment drug testing. Our cutting-edge technology allows us to quickly and safely deliver drug testing results to individuals or employers. By providing employers with a secure way to review results, we help them mitigate risk and allow more time to focus on hiring the right candidates.
SAMHSA Certified Laboratory Testing
Urine specimens are collected by our professional technicians, and all specimens are sent to a SAMHSA certified lab for testing. If the drug test results show a non-negative sample, then we conduct confirmatory testing using GC/MS (gas chromatography/mass spectrometry) confirmation. Each lab-based drug test result is reviewed by a Medical Review Officer.
What Drugs Does a 14 Panel Drug Test Cover?
Please keep in mind that although this is a 14 Panel Drug Test, more than 14 types of substances can be detected in this panel. This is because many of these drugs belong to the same class (e.g., codeine, morphine, and heroin are all basic opiates).
The following substances can be detected in an 14 Panel Drug Test. Use the below links for more information about each substance: