TestCountry knows that those working in clinical settings require CLIA waived drug testing solutions for point of care testing. We offer high quality,
name brand test cups to suit all of your drug testing needs including our DrugConfirm Advanced Cups, T-Cup Urine Drug Test Cups, iCup Flat Panel Drug Cups,
E-Z Split Key Cups and our CLIA Waived Drug Testing Cups, all of which are CLIA Waived and 510(k) FDA Approved.
We also bring you the latest in drug testing innovation with the VacuLid Urine Specimen Transfer Device that works in conjunction with all T-Cups. All of our test cups provide reliable and accurate, hospital quality results within minutes. We're also proud to offer more test panels than any other testing on the market. Let's work together to find the best solutions for your organization.
Our Marijuana (THC) Dip-Strip Urine Test is a great one-step test for quick detection of Marijuana (THC). Within 5 minu ... more details
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Our Opiate Dip Strip Urine Test is a great one-step test for quick detection of opiates. In 5 minutes you can obtain la ... more details
The Buprenorphine (BUP) Single Panel Urine Dip Strip is an accurate, easy-to-use home test kit. This test detects BUP a ... more details
The drug test strips have been a part and parcel of various instant check, home-based kits for testing of myriad drugs/steroids or biomarkers. These drug testing strips can often be used with blood, urine or saliva samples. The test strip is a particular type of blotting paper strip that can either be dipped into the samples or can be inserted into a cassette onto which the sample drops can be loaded. On dipping the strip into the sample or upon loading the sample drops onto the strips, often color bands are generated in the specified pattern indicating the presence or absence of the compound tested for. In some cases, the intensity of the color obtained on the strip may signify approximate levels of the compounds. Some drug testing strips work on dual band pattern basis i.e. if there is a single color band, the test is reported as positive and if there are two color bands, the test is considered to be negative or vice versa. The exact sampling and reporting mechanism depends on the type of strip used and the type of compound tested for.