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iCup Urine Drug Test Cup

  • CLIA Waived, FDA Cleared
  • Made in the USA
  • For Non-Invasive, On-the-Spot Alcohol Screening
  • Qualitative Results in 5 Minutes

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Tests for: AMP / BAR / BZO / COC / CR / mAMP / MTD / OPI / OX / OXY / PCP / pH / PPX / SG / TCA / THC

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About iCup Urine Drug Test Cup

iCup drug test kits are the most popular instant urine drug test kits in the industry!

The iCup drug screen kit is one of the simplest-to-use, instant urine drug screening kits on the market with quick results in minutes. Once the specimen is collected in the all-inclusive drug testing kit, the lid is secured so there is zero exposure to the collector.

This is an excellent tool for drug courts, construction, governments and corporations. Capable of detecting up to 13 different drugs and designed for easy photocopying of the iCup drug test results – perfect for schools or businesses needing to keep records for future reference.

iCup devices also have built in adulteration strips to help check for tampering of the specimen. The iCup all inclusive urine drug test cup is renowned for its reliability and ease of use.

Collection Procedure

Collect the Specimen

Collect at least 30 mL of urine in the test cup and then cover with the sanitary cap.

Wait for Results

Wait 5 minutes to read results shown on the test strips.

Do not read results after 10 minutes.

Interpret Results

Follow the instructions on this page to interpret the test strips.

How to Read Results

Negative Result

If both the "C" (Control) line and the "T" (Test) line appear, it is a Negative result. Even if the "T" line is seen faintly.

Invalid Result

If the "C" (Control) line does not show up, results are considered Invalid.

Positive Result

If only the "C" (Control) line appears the test result is Positive.

Cut Off Chart

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iCup Urine Drug Test Cup FAQs

What if the lab test confirms a positive result?

The lab uses very accurate and reliable equipment to run the tests. If the lab reports a positive result, it means the drug was present in the urine sample. But do not assume the urine sample came from a drug abuser.

People can test positive THC (or marijuana) because they have been repeatedly around heavy marijuana smoke even they did not smoke marijuana themselves.

Consider all amphetamine results carefully, even those from the lab. Some over-the-counter medications contain amphetamines that cannot be distinguished from illegally abused amphetamines.

Does a positive screen test mean that you have found drugs of abuse?

No. Wait until you get the laboratory’s result. Remember that many factors may cause a false positive result in the home test. It is important to send any sample giving positive results to the laboratory for further evaluation

What does Preliminary Positive mean?

The Multi-Drug Urine Test is a preliminary drug screening test. It is the first step in a two-step process. Preliminary screening tests are not as accurate as laboratory confirmation tests. It is possible to obtain a positive test result even if the donor did not take drugs. Some medicines and food may cause drug screens to incorrectly display a positive test result. Diet pills, inhalers, and cough syrup can also yield a positive test result. You should consult with your doctor to better understand how substances might cross-react or interfere with this test.

What is a false positive result?

A false positive result is a screening test read positive when the drug or drug metabolite is not present or its concentration is less than the cutoff level.

If the test results are negative, can you be sure that the person did not take drugs?

No. There are several factors that can make the test results negative even though the person is using drugs. Because

If you get a negative result, but still suspect drug abuse, you can test again at a later time. You should also consider testing other types of drugs. Talk to your doctor if you need more help deciding what steps to take next.