Benzodiazepine, Barbiturates, Cocaine, Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Opiates, Methadone, Tricyclic Antidepressants, Oxycodone, Ecstasy, Phencyclidine, and Amphetamine
Built-In Adulteration Strips:
pH, Specific Gravity, Creatinine, Nitrite, and Bleach
- FDA 510(k) Cleared
- Convenient screw top lid
- Quick, accurate results with laboratory accuracy within 5 minutes
The NOBLE 1 step cup CLIA waived test 12 panel is for healthcare professionals including professionals at point of care sites. As defined by CLIA, waived tests are categorized as "simple laboratory examinations and procedures that have an insignificant risk of an erroneous result."
NOBLE 1 step cup is meant for in-vitro diagnostic use and intended for professional use only. Since this test is CLIA Waived, a certificate of waiver is needed for your laboratory in order to run this test. Laboratories with a certificate of waiver must follow the manufacturer's specific instructions for performing the test or the test is considered high complexity and is no longer CLIA waived.
When using the NOBLE 1 step cup and the result comes back negative, that means the sample did not contain the drug being tested for. No further testing is required. However, it is possible to get a negative result even though the person took drugs. Some reasons why this might happen are:
- the urine sample was collected at the wrong time, It was collected before the drug got into the urine, or after it was no longer in the urine
- the person took a drug other than the one tested for in this test. (i.e. they might have taken LSD when this test is for drugs of abuse other than LSD).
When using the NOBLE 1 step cup and the result comes back positive, that means the sample may contain at least one of the drugs being tested for and point out that you might want to send the urine to a laboratory for additional detailed testing. However, it is possible to get a "preliminary positive" when the person did not take the drugs if the tester has taken things such as diet pills, inhalers, and cough syrup.