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36862: Drug Toxicology Monitoring Base Panel, with Confirmation, Oral Fluid Print View
Amphetamines     ng/mL 
Amphetamine     ng/mL 
Methamphetamine     ng/mL 
Benzodiazepines     ng/mL 
Alprazolam     ng/mL 
Chlordiazepoxide     ng/mL 
Clonazepam     ng/mL 
Diazepam     ng/mL 
Flunitrazepam     ng/mL 
Flurazepam     ng/mL 
Lorazepam     ng/mL 
Midazolam     ng/mL 
Nordiazepam     ng/mL 
Oxazepam     ng/mL 
Temazepam     ng/mL 
Triazolam     ng/mL 
Cocaine     ng/mL 
Benzoylecgonine     ng/mL 
Cocaine     ng/mL 
Marijuana     ng/mL 
THC     ng/mL 
Methadone     ng/mL 
EDDP     ng/mL 
Methadone     ng/mL 
Buprenorphine     ng/mL 
Buprenorphine     ng/mL 
Naloxone     ng/mL 
Norbuprenorphine     ng/mL 
Fentanyl     ng/mL 
Fentanyl     ng/mL 
Heroin Metabolite     ng/mL 
Heroin Metabolite     ng/mL 
Opiates     ng/mL 
Codeine     ng/mL 
Dihydrocodeine     ng/mL 
Hydrocodone     ng/mL 
Hydromorphone     ng/mL 
Morphine     ng/mL 
Norhydrocodone     ng/mL 
Noroxycodone     ng/mL 
Oxycodone     ng/mL 
Oxymorphone     ng/mL 
Tapentadol     ng/mL 
Tapentadol     ng/mL 
Tramadol     ng/mL 
Tramadol     ng/mL 

1 Oral Fluid (Oral-Eze(R)) 3 (2) mL   Frozen - 30 Day(s)/Refrigerated - 7 Day(s)/Room Temperature - 72 Hour(s)  

Oral fluid is composed of saliva, mixed with buccal and mucosal transudates, cellular debris, bacteria, and residue of ingested products. Oral fluid as a test matrix shows promise for detection of recent drug use, and a significant body of scientific literature documents drug disposition and detection times. Researchers comparing effectiveness of oral fluid and urine drug testing found a similar pattern and frequency of positive drug test results in the general workforce over the same general period. Similarly in pain clinics, the pattern of licit and illicit drugs and metabolites observed in oral fluid paralleled results reported for urine, with some minor differences in detection rates for different drug classes. In some cases, oral fluid testing may be an acceptable alternative or the only available matrix. As an ultra-filtrate of blood, however, it shares the limitations of a decreased window of detection versus conventional urine drug testing.

Collect random oral fluid sample in a standard Oral-Eze collection
container. Store refrigerated 2-8 degrees C if not delivered to the
testing site within 48 hours of collection.

Patient Preparation:
If donor's mouth is not empty immediately prior to collection, have
subject rinse his/her mouth with water (up to 4 oz) and wait a
minimum of 10 minutes before collecting a specimen.
Setup Schedule

Reported (Analytical Time)
4 days

CPT Code

The CPT codes provided are based on AMA guidelines and are for informational purposes only. CPT coding is the sole responsibility of the billing party. Please direct any questions regarding coding to the payer being billed.

Methodology: Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry
Specimen Stability: Frozen 30 days with swab removed
Transport Container: ORAL-EZE(R) collection device
Transport Temperature: Refrigerated
Reject Criteria: Specimens submitted in a non-Oral-Eze(R) collection device; specimens received with any food debris or foreign objects present in the sample; multiple swabs present in a single device; no swab present with the device (except when received frozen; frozen with no swab is acceptable)
Reflex Criteria: If screening drug class result is equal to or greater than the cutoff, then confirmation testing will be performed at an additional charge (CPT code(s): Reflexed analytes: 80324, 80346, 80353, 80349, 80358, 80348, 80362, 80354, 80356, 80361, 80365, 80372, 80373).

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