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DipScan Home Drug Testing Kit

DipScan home drug testing kit is a fast and reliable multi panel urine drug test that provides a combined test for the six most common drugs of abuse at the cut-off levels defined by Australian and New Zealand Standards. This drug test kit features all the necessary inclusions to undertake a urine test in the home.

Providing extremely accurate, simultaneous test results within just 5 minutes, DipScan drug test kit is the perfect way to undertake drug tests in the home. DipScan uses a dip test process where the test strip is immersed directly into the urine sample to be analysed, making it extremely easy to use. The test kit consists of the following inclusions:

Please note that DipScan test kit is supplied without the box (pictured) in order to minimise shipping costs. If you wish to order the DipScan home drug testing kit with packaging for retail purposes, please contact us for a quote. If you are undertaking bulk tests and don't require the complete DipScan test kit individual DipScan Drug Test's may be what you're looking for.

DipScan measures the following drugs and/or their metabolites at cut-off levels defined by the Australian standard AS/NZS 4380:2008, which describes procedures for the collection, detection and quantitation of drugs of abuse in urine.

Code Test Drug Cut-Off Level
AMP Amphetamines 300 µg/L
BZO Benzodiazepines 200 µg/L
COC Cocaine Metabolites 300 µg/L
MET Methamphetamines 300 µg/L
OPI Opiates 300 µg/L
THC Cannabis Metabolites 50 µg/L

If you would like further information about these narcotics please view our drugs of abuse information page.


DipScan is a combination of individual test strips, which undertake analysis for a specific component based on the principle of solid-phase immunoassay technology. Using this method a specific immunochemical reaction between antibodies and antigen is employed to analyse a corresponding compound within a biological matix.

The assay is based on competition between the drug conjugate and any free drug to bind with an antibody. If a drug is present in the specimen undergoing analysis, it competes with drug conjugate for antibody-dye conjugate, which is in limited supply. If the quantity of drug is equal to, or greater than, the cut-off levels of any of the drugs, it inhibits binding of the drug conjugate to the antibody.

This is why, as illustrated below, no test line is visible when a result is positive whereas the presence of a coloured band indicates a negative result.

Lateral flow test principle


Each DipScan home drug test kit contains of the following inclusions:

  • Sealed test cassette
  • Integrated Quality Control (QC)
  • Urine collection cup
  • Product insert

The following instructions provide details on how to use DipScan to accurately analyse a urine sample for drugs of abuse.

  • Test with at least 50 mL of urine.
  • Remove the test card from sealed foil pouch.
  • Remove the protective cap and immerse the revealed strips into the urine sample.
  • Hold until the urine is seen to visibly migrate up each of the ten test windows. Do not allow the urine to touch the plastic section of the device.
  • Remove from the urine, replace the cap and place the test on a flat dry surface.
  • Read the results at 5–8 minutes after adding the sample.

Negative

The presence of a line next to both the Control “C” and Test “T” indicates a negative result. Please note that this does not necessarily mean there is a complete absence of drug in the specimen, only that the level is below the cut-off given in Australian standard AS/NZS 4308:2008.

Positive

The absence of a line next to the Test “T” and the appearance of a line next to the Control “C” indicates a positive test result. As with a negative result, this is an indication the concentration of tested drug(s) in the specimen is above the particular cut-off level of that component.

Invalid

If there is an absence of a line in the Control “C” area following the alloted time the test should be considered invalid. In this case the sample should be re-analysed with a new test, in strict accordance with the documented procedure.

Interpretation of drug test results

Note: It is important to understand that the colour intensity of Test “T” lines can vary and that the presence of any line, no matter how faint, is still indicitive of what the test suggests.


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