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    Buprenorphine Drug Test Strips

    • Suboxone test strips make it simple for consumers to undertake Buprenorphine / BUP drug tests on their own and without the need for help.

    • Within five minutes, the Suboxone test strips deliver instant findings.

    • The threshold limit for our Suboxone testing strips is 10 ng/ml.

    • Internal procedural controls are included with this suboxone test strip.

    • A positive result will appear as a colored band in the control region if there is enough specimen and the process is carried out correctly.

    • The package does not, however, include any external controllers. We therefore strongly advise additional testing to confirm promising findings.

    • There are also Oxycodone test strips available, which offer speedy results in only five minutes.

    • Only for forensic use

    What exactly is Suboxone?

    Adults who are dependent on opioid medications can be treated with the prescription substance suboxone. Combining buprenorphine and naloxone is this medication. A long-acting partial opioid agonist, buprenorphine. On the other hand, naloxone temporarily undoes the effects of opioid drugs on the brain.

    Suboxone generally lessens cravings for addictive narcotics. Patients who use this prescription drug may feel less discomfort, less stressed, more at ease, and generally healthier.

    However, Suboxone is still addictive because it is an opioid. Abuse of it may result in serious physical or mental dependence.

    Instructions for using a BUP Drug Test Strip

    Test Instructions:

    1. Use the kratom test kit as soon as you remove it from its sealed package. The assay should be completed within an hour for optimum results.

    2. Hold the strip by the end, where the product name is visible. You should not touch the strip membrane to prevent infection.

    3. After that, hold the test strip vertically and immerse it for at least 10 to 15 seconds in the urine sample. Avoid submerging above the MAX line on the test strip. About one-fifth of the way along the strip, to be exact.
    4. When the drug test is complete, take the test strip out of the specimen and set it flat on a non-absorbent surface. Wait for the colored band(s) to appear before starting the timer. Read the outcome after five minutes. After 10 minutes, don't interpret the results.

    Instructions for reading a BUP Drug Test Strip

    If it is Positive

    In the control region, there is just one colored band visible. There is no discernible colored band in the test region (T)

    If it is Negative

    On the membrane, there are two contrasting bands. In the control regions, one brand is present, while in the test region (T), a different band is present.

    If it is Invalid

    The control band does not show up. Any test results that did not result in a control band at the designated read time must be discarded. Please go over the steps again and do a fresh test. If the issues continue, stop using the kit right away and get in touch with your local distributor.

    In Workplace

    Opioid use disorder may be indicated by socializing with diverse groups of friends, being exhausted, and skipping work. Suboxone testing aids in the monitoring of drug usage, particularly when patients fail to report it. Employers most frequently use urine tests.

    Drug testing communicates to employees the company's concerns. Additionally, it assists in ensuring everyone's safety at work.

    At Home

    Suboxone abusers and addicts display symptoms resembling those of heroin or opiate addiction. One of these signs is stealing prescriptions from family members, "losing" pills to 

    obtain more drugs, acting sleepy or sedated, feeling sick, and obtaining prescriptions from friends.

    Test for Suboxone and put your loved ones' concerns to rest.

    Within five minutes, the Suboxone test strips deliver instant findings.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The lateral flow assay (LFA) technology is used in 12 Panel’s Now suboxone drug test kits.

    The features of this paper-based platform include:

    • components in complex mixes like urine can be found.

    • made consisting of membranes impregnated with particular compounds that aid in identifying the presence of particular medications in urine.

    It only takes a few seconds to dip the drug test strip into the urine, followed by some waiting. The strip has ample opportunity to absorb the pee as a result. then read the outcomes

    Suboxone overdose is difficult to manage. Suboxone has an inherent "ceiling" effect since it only partially activates opiate receptors. There is less of a risk of slower breathing with Suboxone than there is with more potent opiates like heroin, Oxycodone, or morphine since there is a limit to how much Suboxone can activate the opioid receptors.

    Suboxone overdoses are nearly always the result of someone combining it with sedatives like benzodiazepines, which also slow respiration.

    To learn more: 5 Myths about Using Suboxone

    Long-term and short-term negative effects of suboxone both exist. Read them here, please.

    Because it contains the opioid buprenorphine, which can be used to treat drug users of both prescription and illicit narcotics, it is indeed a prohibited substance.

    In contrast to other opioids, the buprenorphine in Suboxone has a particularly extended half-life of elimination. A person could still test positive for buprenorphine even eight days later.

    How quickly Suboxone leaves the body depends on a number of factors. These comprise:

    • body fat percentage,

    • height,

    • age,

    • metabolism,

    • amount of the most recent dose,

    • length of abuse,

    • liver condition