Woodland Hills Chiropractor, Chiropractor in Woodland Hills, CA

Southern Californian Drug & DNA Testing Clinic

 

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20301 Ventura Blvd. Suite 105 Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Instant Test

 
instant_test1.pngFive Minute Rapid Drug Screen Urinalysis:
certified laboratory, there are many rcumstances where there is a need for "instant" drug test results. We also do offer drug testing using a rapid screen kit which gives extremely accurate results within 5 minutes or less. They are available in 5-panel, 7-panel or 10-panel & Ecstasy configurations, and while approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, they are not approved for DOT testing yet. A recent independent laboratory study confirms the kits as 100% accurate in drug detection. We can also confirm the result by sending it to the lab for confirmation of positive drugs for additional charge.


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  1. Cocaine
  2. Amphetamines
  3. Methamphetamines
  4. Cannabinoids (Marijuana, Hashish, THC)
  5. Opiates
  6. PCP (phencyclidine)
  7. Barbiturates
  8. Benzodiazepines ( Tranquilizers, Librium, Valium)
  9. TCA (Tricyclic Antidepressant )
  10. Methadone ( Heroin substitute)


5 Panel NON DOT Drug Screen:

  1. Methamphetamine
  2. Cocaine
  3. Cannabinoids (Marijuana, Hashish, THC)
  4. Opiates (Opium, Heroin, Morphine, Codeine)
  5. Amphetamines

 

Oral Fluid Drug Testing:

Saliva / oral fluid-based drug tests can generally detect use during the previous few days are becoming more prevalent and harder to adulterate than the urine drug tests since the sample can be obtained under direct supervision. Results can be read in minutes.

Detection in saliva tests begins immediately upon use       

Oral fluid specimen collection using Intercept is simple and non-invasive. Collection can occur at any time or location without embarrassment to the donor.

The specimen can be collected from the donor under direct observation, thus minimizing the potential for specimen tampering and/or adulteration. Oral fluid drug concentrations can be related to plasma free-drug concentrations and the pharmacological effects of drugs. As a result, oral fluid drug concentrations can provide information similar to that provided by plasma or blood drug concentrations.