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Designer Stimulants 21 Panel Drug Screen (Urine)

Designer Stimulants 21 Panel Drug Screen (Urine)

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WHAT TYPES OF DRUGS ARE TESTED FOR IN A DESIGNER STIMULANTS PANEL?

This Designer Stimulants Panel will test for 21 different compounds that are classified as designer drugs. Designer Stimulants may be known as Bath Salts, Zombie or Zombie drug, synthetic drugs, cathinone, White Lightning, Ivory Wave, Vanilla Sky, Cloud 9, Meph, MCat, Fake Cocaine, khat, khat leaves, Arabian tea, Eve, Ecstasy, Eden or Legal X, among others.  For a complete list, refer to the Test Details section below.

DESCRIPTION:

This Designer Stimulants Panel includes 21 compounds that are often synthesized for illicit use and can go undetected in a common drug test. Abuse of designer stimulants continues to be a problem in the US as they are easy to obtain and often produced with legal ingredients. This test includes seven newer generation compounds that have recently be found in bath salts. Also included are 14 potentially dangerous drugs such as Ecstasy and Khat.

WHY WOULD I NEED A DESIGNER STIMULANTS DRUG TESTING PANEL?

There are a lot of reasons why you might need a drug test. Perhaps your employer has a drug testing policy, or maybe you’re being considered for a job and a pre‐employment drug test is needed. This test can give you peace of mind if you have concerns about other standard tests not uncovering drug usage. You may also consider this as part of the Trust But Verify accountability program.

OTHER RELEVANT LAB TESTS:

You may want to also consider the Alcohol Effect Panel, Urine Drug Screen, Basic Check‐Up Panel.

WHAT TYPES OF DRUGS ARE TESTED FOR IN THE DESIGNER STIMULANTS PANEL, AND WHAT ARE THE CUT-OFF LEVELS?

Results:

Results for this test will be reported as positive if the amount found is above the cut off level indicated below. For qualitative compounds, only the presence or absence of the drug will be reported.

 Compound       Method  Cut Off
BZP
(Benzylpiperazine)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Butylone
(β-keto-N-methylbenzodioxolylpropylamine, bk-MBDB)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Buphedrone
(2-[methylamino]-1-phenylbutan-1-one)
  GC/MS Qualitative
Cathinone
(Khat or Benzoylethanamine)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Ethylone
(3,4-methylenedioxy-N-ethylcathinone, MDEC, bk-MDEA)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Eutylone
([±]-1-[1,3-benzodioxol-5-yl]-2-[ethylamino]butan-1-one)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Flephedrone
([RS]-1-[4-fluorophenyl]-2-methylaminopropan-1-one)
  GC/MS Qualitative
MBDB
(Methylbenzodioxolylbutanamine, Methyl-J, “Eden”)
  GC/MS 50 ng/mL
mCPP
(meta-Chlorophenylpiperazine)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
MDA
(3,4-Methylenedioxyamphetamine, tenamfetamine)
  GC/MS 50 ng/mL
MDEA
(3,4-Methylenedioxy-N-ethylamphetamine, MDEA, MDE, “Eve”)
  GC/MS 50 ng/mL
MDMA
(3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, ecstasy, “E”, “X”)
  GC/MS 50 ng/mL
MDPV
(Methylenedioxypyrovalerone, Cloud 9, Ivory Wave, White Lightning)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Mephedrone
(4-methylmethcathinone [4-MMC], 4-methylephedrone, “Meph”, “MCat”)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Methcathinone
(α-methylamino-propiophenone, may be confused with mephedrone)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Methylethcathinone
([RS]-2-ethylamino-1-[4-methylphenyl]propan-1-one, “4-MEC”)
  GC/MS Qualitative
Methylone
(3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylcathinone, bk-MDMA, MDMC, “M1”)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
Pentedrone
([±]-1-phenyl-2-[methylamino]pentan-1-one)
  GC/MS Qualitative
Pentylone
([±]-1-[1,3-benzodioxol-5-yl]-2-[methylamino]pentan-1-one)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
α-pyrrolidinopentiophenone
([RS]-1-phenyl-2-[1-pyrrolidinyl]-1-pentanone, PVP)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL
TFMPP
(3-Trifluoromethylphenylpiperazine, “Legal X”)
  GC/MS 25 ng/mL