Check the expiration date on the box and pouch labels. Do not use the test if it is expired.
Have a watch, clock or timer ready
Read the instructions completely
Pre-addressed shipping box
Plastic transportation bag
Take the test device from the sealed foil pouch.
Performing the test
Step 1: Take out the test device
Reading the Results
Read results after 5 minutes. Do not wait longer than 60 minutes.
Instructions for OTC use:
Step 2: Apply Urine to the test device
A red or pink line must appear next to the letter "C" (control) on all on all of the test strips. The appearance of a red or pink line next to the letter "C" on each test strip indicates that the test has worked properly. If you see control lines on all the test strips, you can read your test results.
The following items are needed only if you choose to ship samples for confidential confirmation lab testing
Remove the dip card from the sealed pouch. Write the donor name or ID in the provided space, then remove the cap.
With the arrows pointing toward the urine specimen, immerse the sample tips vertically in the urine specimen for at least 20 seconds.
Put the cap back on the dip card. Place the dip card on a flat surface.
A red or pink line next to the "T1" or "T2" (drug test line) under the drug name indicates a negative result for that drug.
If a test line appears next to the "T1" or "T2" for all drugs, the sample is considered negative. Certain lines may appear lighter or thinner than other lines.
Preliminary Positive Result:
If NO red or pink line appears next to the "T1" or "T2" under the drug name, the sample may contain that drug.
Send the sample to a laboratory for confirmation testing
A colored line should always appear next to the letter "C" on every test strip. If no control line appears on any of the test strips, the result is invalid.