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Urine Drug Test Kits

Urine drug tests are single use kits which can detect the consumption of drugs for a variety of substances between 7-28 days, depending on the test. Most urinary drug testing kits involve a two-step process: 1. A urine sample is provided. 2. A doctor or technician analyses the urine sample for the presence of substances.

When measuring the presence of substances, urine tests use cut-off levels in compliance with Australian Standards, which detail a result will only be positive if the amount of the drug in the system is above a certain level. Cut-off levels can help prevent false-positive results when a person has not taken an illegal drug, but instead eaten food containing a legal amount of hemp, coca or opium. Detection times can vary depending on a variety of factors including body mass, hydration levels, urine acidity and which drug has been taken and for how long. Detection times can be anywhere from 24 hours all the way to 30 days depending on the substance and person being tested.


Urine drug testing in the workplace

Urine screens are incredibly common method of drug testing in the workplace. Similar to oral screening tests, advantages of urine samples include more accurate readings and the ability to test for more substances. All MediNat urine screening tests can identify between five and fifteen substance classes simultaneously.


Devices made and tested in full ISO & quality-controlled environments

Australian standards exist for urine tests which outline the procedures for specimen collection, and the detection and of drugs in urine (AS/NZS 4308:2008). All MediNat urine drug test kits are designed in compliance with the set Australian standards, instilling confidence that you are receiving the most accurate reading possible. Each batch is laboratory tested to ensure they meet rigorous Australian testing standards before release. 

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