Package Insert Rev 7/09

Package Insert Rev 7/09
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System
INSERT
1. INTENDED USE
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System consists of the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices and the MEDTOXScan®
Reader. The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices are one-step immunochromatographic tests for the rapid, qualitative detection of one or more
of the following in human urine: Amphetamine, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Cocaine, Methadone, Methamphetamine, Opiates, Oxycodone,
Phencyclidine, Propoxyphene, THC (Cannabinoids) and Tricyclic Antidepressants or their metabolites. The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test
Devices can only be used with the MEDTOXScan® Reader. The MEDTOXScan® Reader is an instrument used to interpret and report the results of the
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device. The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices cannot be visually read.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System is for in vitro diagnostic use and is intended for prescription use only. It is not intended
for use in point-of-care settings.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System detects drug classes at the following cutoff concentrations:
AMP Amphetamine (d-Amphetamine)
500 ng/mL
OPI Opiates (Morphine)
100 ng/mL
BAR Barbiturates (Butalbital)
200 ng/mL
OXY Oxycodone (Oxycodone)
100 ng/mL
BZO Benzodiazepines (Nordiazepam)
150 ng/mL
PCP Phencyclidine (Phencyclidine)
25 ng/mL
COC Cocaine (Benzoylecgonine)
150 ng/mL
PPX Propoxyphene (Norpropoxyphene)
300 ng/mL
MAMP Methamphetamine
(d-Methamphetamine)
500 ng/mL
THC Cannabinoids
9
(11-nor-9-carboxy-U -THC)
50 ng/mL
MTD Methadone (Methadone)
200 ng/mL
TCA Tricyclic Antidepressants (Desipramine)
300 ng/mL
Configurations of the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices may consist of any combination of the above listed drug analytes. Refer to specific
product labeling for the combination of drug tests included on that test device.
THE PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® DRUGS OF ABUSE TEST SYSTEM PROVIDES ONLY A PRELIMINARY ANALYTICAL TEST RESULT. A MORE
SPECIFIC ALTERNATE CHEMICAL METHOD MUST BE USED IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A CONFIRMED ANALYTICAL RESULT. GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHY / MASS SPECTROMETRY (GC/MS), HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY (HPLC) OR LIQUID
CHROMATOGRAPHY / TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY (LC/MS/MS) ARE THE PREFERRED CONFIRMATORY METHODS. CLINICAL
CONSIDERATION AND PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT SHOULD BE APPLIED TO ANY DRUG OF ABUSE TEST RESULT, PARTICULARLY WHEN
PRELIMINARY POSITIVE RESULTS ARE OBTAINED.
The MEDTOXScan® Reader includes a Positive QC Test Device, a Negative QC Test Device and a Cleaning Cassette. The MEDTOXScan® Positive
and Negative QC Test Devices are intended to detect errors associated with the MEDTOXScan® Reader and a contaminated contact imaging sensor
(CIS), and to verify that the CIS cleaning procedure using the MEDTOXScan® Cleaning Cassette effectively removed any contamination (see
“Troubleshooting” section).
Information regarding confirmatory testing may be obtained from www.medtox.com or by contacting MEDTOX at 1-800-832-3244.
2. SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION OF THE TEST
Qualitative PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices utilize a one-step, solid-phase immunoassay technology. The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan®
Drugs of Abuse Test System includes the MEDTOXScan® Reader for a convenient automated result. This test system may be used to screen urine
samples for one or more of the following drug classes prior to confirmatory testing:
The amphetamines are a group of drugs that are central nervous system stimulants. This group includes amphetamine and methamphetamine.
Amphetamine (d-amphetamine) is detected on the Test Device only at the (AMP) position, methamphetamine (MAMP) is detected at the (MAMP)
position.
Barbiturates (BAR) are a group of structurally related prescription drugs that are used to reduce restlessness and emotional tension, induce sleep and
to treat certain convulsive disorders.
Benzodiazepines (BZO), a group of structurally related central nervous system depressants, are primarily used to reduce anxiety and induce sleep.
Cocaine (COC) is a central nervous system stimulant. Its primary metabolite is benzoylecgonine.
Methadone (MTD) is a synthetic opioid used clinically as a maintenance drug for opiate abusers and for pain management.
Opiates (OPI) are a class of natural and semi-synthetic sedative narcotic drugs that include morphine, codeine and heroin.
Oxycodone (OXY) (Oxycontin®, Percodan, Percocet) is a semi synthetic narcotic analgesic that is prescribed for moderately severe pain. It is available
in both standard and sustained release oral formulations. Oxycodone is metabolized to Oxymorphone and Noroxycodone.
Phencyclidine (PCP) is a hallucinogenic drug.
Propoxyphene (PPX) is a narcotic analgesic. Its primary metabolite is norpropoxyphene.3
Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA) are a group of structurally related prescription drugs that are used to manage depression.
Marijuana (THC) is a hallucinogenic drug derived from the hemp plant. Marijuana contains a number of active ingredients collectively known as
Cannabinoids.
Many factors influence the length of time required for drugs to be metabolized and excreted in the urine. A variety of factors influence the time period
during which drug metabolites are detected in urine. These include the rate of urine production, the volume of fluid consumption, the amount of drug
taken, the urine pH, and the length of time over which drug was consumed. Drinking large volumes of liquid or using diuretics to increase urine volume
will lower the drug concentration in the urine and may decrease the detection period. Lower detection levels may increase the detection time window.
Although the detection period for these drugs varies widely depending upon the compound taken, dose and route of administration and individual rates
of metabolism, some general times have been established and are listed below.1-5
Page 1 of 10
Drug
Amphetamine
Acid Conditions
Alkaline Condition
Barbiturates
Short-Acting
Long-Acting
Benzodiazepines
Cocaine metabolite
Methadone
Methamphetamine
Acid Conditions
Alkaline Conditions
Detection Period
Drug
Opiates
Heroin
Morphine
Codeine
Oxycodone
PCP
Single Use
Chronic Use
Propoxyphene
THC
Single Use
Chronic Use
Tricyclic Antidepressants
1-3 days
3-10 days
Up to 6 days
Up to 16 days
1-12 days
Up to 5 days
1 to 3 days typical
1-3 days
1-3 days
3-10 days
Detection Period
1 day
1-3 days
1-3 days
1-3 days
1-8 days
Up to 4 weeks
Up to 1 week
1-7 days
Less than 30 days typical
1-7 days
3. PRINCIPLES OF THE PROCEDURE
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System includes the one-step, competitive, membrane-based immunochromatographic
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device and the MEDTOXScan® Reader, which interprets and reports the test results automatically. A single urine
sample can be evaluated for the presence of each of the classes of drugs specified in a single PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device. The
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device includes antibody-colloidal gold, drug-conjugates and a control line.
ANTIBODY-COLLOIDAL GOLD Mouse monoclonal antibodies were developed that bind specifically to the drug class being tested. The
individual monoclonal antibodies were adsorbed to colloidal gold and dried onto the test device.
DRUG-CONJUGATES Drugs from each class to be tested were individually conjugated to bovine serum albumin (BSA) or IgG. Each drug
conjugate is immobilized on a test line at a designated position on the membrane strip.
CONTROL LINE Each test strip has anti-mouse antibody immobilized at the Control (C) position of the membrane strip. The anti-mouse antibody
will bind excess antibody-colloidal gold, indicating that the reagents are working properly.
When the urine sample is placed in the sample well of a test strip, the dried antibody-colloidal gold on the sample pad dissolves and the urine wicks up
the white strips carrying the reddish-purple antibody-colloidal gold with it. The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System will detect
specific classes of drugs in urine because drug(s) in the urine and the drug(s) conjugated to the protein compete to bind to the antibody-colloidal gold.
A test line will form when drug in the sample is below the detection threshold (negative result).
The MEDTOXScan® Reader scans the test device and utilizes a contact imaging sensor (CIS) to capture relative line intensities. Software algorithms
and barcodes are used to identify the test device, the drug tests associated with the test device and whether the presence or absence of a line is
associated with a negative or positive result, respectively. The results of the scans are displayed on the MEDTOXScan® Reader screen or, optionally,
can be printed.
Negative Samples
When no drug(s) is present in the urine sample, the reddish purple antibody-colloidal gold solutions migrate along the strip and bind to the respective
drug conjugate(s) immobilized on the membrane. Each strip has up to 4 drug test lines labeled T1 – T4. The binding of the antibody-colloidal gold to
the drug conjugate generates a line at the corresponding test (T) position on the strip. The MEDTOXScan® Reader will scan each test position and if a
line is detected it will return “NEG” on the display screen (or print out) next to the abbreviation for the drug test, indicating a negative result.
Positive Samples
When drug(s) is present in the urine sample the antibody-colloidal gold binds to the drug(s) before it migrates along the strip. When the antibodycolloidal gold binds to the drug(s) in the urine, it cannot bind to the drug conjugate immobilized on the membrane and no line is generated at the drugspecific position in the result window. The MEDTOXScan® Reader will scan each test position and if no line is detected it will return “POS” on the
display screen (or print out) next to the abbreviation for the drug test, indicating a preliminary positive result.
Control Line (Valid or Invalid results)
Each test strip has an internal procedural control. A line must form at the Control (C) position in the result window to indicate that sufficient sample was
applied and that the reagents are migrating properly. If a Control line does not form, the test is invalid. The MEDTOXScan® Reader scans each
control line and returns “VALID” to the right of the drug test result to confirm that the control line was detected. If no control line is detected it will return
“INVALID” on the display screen (or print out) next to the abbreviation for the invalid drug test, and no result will be given for that drug test.
4. SAMPLE COLLECTION AND PREPARATION
The urine sample should be collected in a clean, dry container. Approximately 75 µL is required for each sample well. Collection of 30 mL of urine is
more than sufficient for initial and subsequent testing. No preservatives should be added. Urine may be tested immediately following collection. If it is
necessary to store the urine, store under refrigeration at 2 to 8°C (36 to 46° F) for no more than two days. Urine may be frozen at -20°C (-4° F) or
colder for storage. Stored urine must be brought to ambient temperature (18 to 25°C/64 to 77°F) and mixed well to assure a homogeneous sample
prior to testing.
5. PRECAUTIONS
• The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System is for in vitro diagnostic use only.
• Do not use PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices after the expiration date printed on the package label.
• The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device should remain in its original sealed foil pouch until ready to use. If the pouch is damaged, do not
use the test.
• If PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices have been stored refrigerated, bring to ambient temperature (18-25°C/ 64-77°F) prior to opening foil
pouch.
• Do not store the test kit at temperatures above 25°C (77°F). Do not freeze.
• Avoid cross-contamination of urine samples by using a new urine specimen container and a fresh pipette tip for each urine sample.
• Do not touch test strips in large viewing window of the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device.
• Do not use PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device if strips are damaged or dirty.
• Do not apply labels or tape to the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device.
• Do not write outside of the ID box on the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device top.
• Urine specimens and all materials coming in contact with them should be handled and disposed of as if infectious and capable of transmitting
infection. Avoid contact with broken skin.
• Avoid contaminating the top of the test device with urine sample. Clean any urine off the top of the test device using a dry wipe to prevent
contamination of the MEDTOXScan® Reader sensor.
Page 2 of 10
6. REAGENTS and MATERIALS PROVIDED/STORAGE CONDITIONS
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System kit contains PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices for use with the
MEDTOXScan® Reader.
• Each test device has all the reagents necessary to test one urine sample for one or more drugs simultaneously on the MEDTOXScan® Reader.
• Each test device holds one or more test strips composed of a membrane strip coated with drug conjugate and a pad coated with antibodycolloidal gold in a protein matrix.
Kit Contents
1.
Twenty-five (25) test devices in individual foil packages
2.
Twenty-five (25) disposable pipette tips
3.
One Quick Reference guide
Storage Conditions
The kit, in its original packaging, should be stored at 2-25°C (36-77°F) until the expiration date on the label.
MEDTOXScan® Reader Contents
1.
Positive and Negative QC Test Devices
2.
Cleaning Cassette
3.
MiniPet pipettor
4.
Quick Set Up guide
5.
User Manual
MATERIALS REQUIRED BUT NOT PROVIDED
1.
Urine specimen collection container
2.
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Positive and MEDTOX Negative Control Solutions (external controls)
OPTIONAL MATERIALS
1.
Thermal Printer and Printer paper
2.
Hand held Barcode Scanner
NOTE:
Specimen containers and external control solutions are available from MEDTOX Diagnostics, Inc.
7. TEST PROCEDURE
1.
2.
Open one pouch for each sample to be tested and mark the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device with the patient or sample
identification (ID). Make sure you only mark within the ID box on the test device.
(You may notice a reddish-purple color in the sample well. This is normal, do not discard the test).
Dispense 75µL of urine into sample well (indicated by V on the test device).
•
Place a disposable yellow sample tip securely onto the end of the green (75µL) MiniPet™.
•
Grasp the MiniPet under its collar using the index and middle fingers. With the thumb, depress the plunger completely.
•
Holding the MiniPet vertically (straight up-down), lower the yellow tip no more than ¼” into the urine specimen.
•
With tip in the urine specimen slowly and smoothly release the plunger allowing it to rise completely.
•
Visually inspect the urine sample in the tip. Ensure there are no air bubbles and that no excess urine is on the outer surface of the
tip.
•
Hold the pipette tip directly over sample well. Depress plunger completely to dispense the entire contents of urine into one sample
well of the testing device.
3.
Repeat Step 2 for all sample wells with a V above them.
4.
Discard disposable yellow sample tip. Store the MiniPet in a dry, secure location at room temperature (18 – 25 ºC or 64 – 77 ºF). Replace
the MiniPet if it becomes damaged or does not function properly.
5.
Place the test device in the MEDTOXScan® Reader cassette drawer and close the drawer. The MEDTOXScan® Reader will read the
barcode on the test device and determine its part number and test configuration. It will prompt the user to enter Lot#, User ID#, and
Specimen ID#, which can all be entered using the MEDTOXScan® Reader keypad or hand held barcode scanner. The MEDTOXScan®
Reader will begin timing the assay once it detects the barcode and results will be displayed after the scan and analysis are complete.
MiniPet™ is a trademark of TriContinent Scientific, Inc.
8. READING AND INTERPRETATION OF THE TEST RESULTS
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices are labeled horizontally with the names of the test on each strip, and vertically with “C” and the
symbols T1 – T4. The letter “C” represents the control lines. T1 – T4 refers to Test Position 1 to Test Position 4 from top to bottom of viewing window.
The test position of each test is indicated on the label above the strip.
The MEDTOXScan® Reader will automatically read the control and test lines at the correct test position and display the test results for each drug. A
printer is also available. The MEDTOXScan® Reader displays the results as either “NEG” for a negative result, “POS” for a preliminary positive result,
or “INVALID” for an invalid result. “VALID” will be displayed if valid results are obtained.
Valid:
The control line must be present for the test to be valid.
NEG:
A NEGATIVE test result for a specific drug indicates that the sample does not contain the drug/drug metabolite above the cutoff level.
POS:
A preliminary POSITIVE test result for a specific drug indicates that the sample may contain drug/drug metabolite near or above the
cutoff level. It does not indicate the level of intoxication or the specific concentration of drug in the urine sample. Positive samples
should be sent to a reference laboratory for more definitive testing.
Invalid: The control line must be present for the test to be valid. The absence of a control line indicates the test is invalid. The urine sample
should be retested on a new test device.
9. QUALITY CONTROL
The purpose of quality control is to ensure accuracy and reliability of results and to detect errors. MEDTOX recommends a Quality Control Program for
monitoring the performance of the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices and the MEDTOXScan® Reader that uses a combination of internal
controls and external controls. Users should follow government regulations for the running of QC material.
Internal controls ensure that the test is working and that you are performing the test correctly. A control line (internal control) is included on each
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® test strip. Whether or not drug is present in the sample, a line must form at the Control (C) position on the test strip to
Page 3 of 10
show that enough sample volume was used and that the reagents are migrating properly. If a Control line does not form, the test is invalid. The
Control line consists of immobilized anti-mouse antibody that reacts with the antibody-colloidal gold as it passes this region of the membrane.
Formation of a line detectable by the MEDTOXScan® Reader verifies the Control line antibody-antigen reaction occurred.
External controls are urine-based control materials that contain the drugs to be tested at concentrations above the cutoff (positive control) or contain no
drug (negative control). Run external controls as if they were patient samples. Refer to the instructions that accompany the external controls. You
should run external controls routinely or as needed for any of the following reasons: (1) to practice the test with a known control, (2) when you open a
new lot of devices, (3) once a week, (4) if you suspect that the reader or test device is not working properly, (5) if you have had a repeated unexpected
test result, or (6) if you suspect that the test devices have been stored improperly.
Should control results indicate a problem with the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System, please follow the instructions in the
Troubleshooting Section below.
External quality control materials are available from MEDTOX. Contact MEDTOX at 1-800-832-3244 for further information.
10. LIMITATIONS OF THE PROCEDURE
1.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System is only for use with unadulterated human urine samples. Urine samples
that are either extremely acidic (below pH 4.0) or basic (above pH 9.0) may produce erroneous results. If adulteration is suspected, obtain
an additional specimen and re-test.
2.
A presumptive positive result for any drug does not indicate the level of intoxication, administration route or concentration of that drug in the
urine specimen.
3.
A negative result may not necessarily indicate drug-free urine. Negative results can be obtained when drug is present but below the cut-off
level of the test.
4.
Place PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices in MEDTOXScan® Reader immediately after adding the sample. Once the test device
has been read in the MEDTOXScan® Reader, it must not be reinserted for a repeat reading, as the ten minute timing will begin again. If a
repeat reading is required, rerun the sample on a fresh test cassette.
5.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System is not intended for use in point-of-care settings.
6.
There is a possibility that other substances and/or factors, e.g. technical or procedural errors, may interfere with the test and cause false
results.
7.
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectroscopy is the recommended confirmatory method for most drugs. HPLC or LC/MS/MS is the preferred
confirmatory method for Tricyclic Antidepressants and Benzodiazepines. Any of the drugs being tested for in the PROFILE®-V
MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System may give a preliminary positive result if ingested at prescribed therapeutic doses.
8.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System cannot distinguish between abused drugs and certain prescribed
medications. A positive test may be obtained from certain foods or food supplements.
9.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices must be used only with the MEDTOXScan® Reader. They cannot be visually read.
11. PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Sensitivity
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System detects one or more of the following drugs at the cutoff levels listed below.
AMP
Amphetamine
500 ng/mL
BAR
Barbiturates (Butalbital)
200 ng/mL
BZO
Benzodiazepines (Nordiazepine)
150 ng/mL
COC
Benzoylecgonine
150 ng/mL
MAMP Methamphetamine
500 ng/mL
MTD
Methadone
200 ng/mL
OPI
Morphine
100 ng/mL
OXY
Oxycodone
100 ng/mL
PCP
Phencyclidine
PPX
Propoxyphene (Norpropoxyphene)
THC
11-nor-9-carboxy-∆9-THC
TCA
Tricyclic Antidepressants (Desipramine)
25 ng/mL
300 ng/mL
50 ng/mL
300 ng/mL
Accuracy
Accuracy and Comparison to GC/MS or LC/MS/MS
The accuracy of the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System was evaluated by assaying a panel of blind coded clinical urine
samples containing varying concentrations of drugs and comparing to GC/MS or LC/MS/MS results. The samples were obtained from MEDTOX
Laboratories and grouped in the following manner: Negative samples that screened negative by KIMS (Kinetic Interaction of Microparticles in
Solution), and not confirmed by GC/MS; Below Cutoff Negative samples that fell between limit of detection or quantitation and 50% of cutoff; Near
Cutoff Negative samples that fell between 50% of the cutoff concentration and the cutoff concentration; Near Cutoff Positive samples that fell between
the cutoff concentration and 150% of the cutoff concentration; and High Positive samples that were greater than 150% of cutoff concentration. Drug
concentrations were assayed by GC/MS or LC/MS/MS for BZO and TCA. Concentrations used to assign the cutoff ranges for each drug were
determined by summing the GC/MS and LC/MS/MS levels measured for all test-specific analytes found in the sample. The testing was performed by
in-house operators. The results were interpreted at ten (10) minutes by the MEDTOXScan® Reader and are summarized for each drug in the table
below.
Page 4 of 10
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System Results vs. stratified GC/MS or LC/MS/MS Values
DRUG
AMP (500)
BAR (200)
BZO (150)
COC (150)
mAMP
(500)
MTD (200)
OPI (100)
OXY (100)
PCP (25)
PPX (300)
TCA (300)
THC (50)
All Drugs
P-V
MEDTOXScan
Test System
No Drug
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
Positive
Negative
0
40
0
40
0
40
0
56
0
40
0
40
0
46
0
40
0
40
0
45
0
40
0
40
0
507
Low negative
by GC/MS or
LC/MS/MS
(Less than
-50%)
0
5
0
3
0
3
0
1
0
4
0
4
0
2
0
3
0
1
0
1
0
2
0
4
0
33
Near Cutoff
Negative
(between
-50% and
cutoff)
4
0
3
2
1
3
2
5
1
3
2
2
3
2
0
4
3
1
4
2
3
1
2
2
28
27
Near Cutoff
Positive
(Between
cutoff and
+50%)
5
2
4
0
4
0
4
1
3
1
3
1
5
0
3
1
10
0
4
0
4
0
7
0
56
6
High Positive
(greater than
+50%)
%
Agreement.
41
0
36
0
41
0
52
1
40
0
40
0
44
0
36
0
30
0
40
0
36
0
33
0
469
1
96%
92%
100%
94%
100%
98%
97%
97%
98%
98%
98%
96%
100%
94%
98%
100%
100%
93%
100%
92%
100%
93%
100%
96%
99%
95%
For samples giving preliminary positive results below the cutoff and negative results above the cutoff, the assayed values are detailed in the table
below:
ACCURACY/SUMMARY OF DISCORDANT RESULTS
Cutoff
Value
(ng/mL)
500
200
150
150
500
200
100
25
100
300
300
50
P-V
MEDTOXScan
Test System
AMP positive
AMP positive
AMP positive
AMP positive
AMP negative
AMP negative
BAR positive
BAR positive
BAR positive
BZO positive
COC positive
COC positive
COC negative
COC negative
mAMP positive
mAMP negative
MTD positive
MTD positive
MTD negative
OPI positive
OPI positive
OPI positive
PCP positive
PCP positive
PCP positive
OXY negative
PPX positive
PPX positive
PPX positive
PPX positive
TCA positive
TCA positive
TCA positive
THC positive
THC positive
GC/MS or LC/MS/MS Value
Amphetamine at 277 ng/mL
Amphetamine at 352 ng/mL
Amphetamine at 368 ng/mL
Amphetamine at 463 ng/mL
Amphetamine at 504 ng/mL
Amphetamine at 667 ng/mL
Butalbital at 126 ng/mL
Butalbital at 159 ng/mL
Butalbital at 184 ng/mL
Alprazolam at 146 ng/mL
Benzoylecgonine at 114 ng/mL
Benzoylecgonine at 121 ng/mL
Benzoylecgonine at 180 ng/mL
Benzoylecgonine at 278 ng/mL
Methamphetamine at 483 ng/mL
Methamphetamine at 554 ng/mL
Methadone at 148 ng/mL
Methadone at 176 ng/mL
Methadone at 250 ng/mL
Morphine at 51 ng/mL
Morphine at 79 ng/mL
Morphine at 92 ng/mL
Phencyclidine at 19 ng/mL
Phencyclidine at 21 ng/mL
Phencyclidine at 24 ng/mL
Oxycodone at 71 ng/mL, Oxymorphone at 31 ng/mL
Norpropoxyphene at 172 ng/mL
Norpropoxyphene at 194 ng/mL
Norpropoxyphene at 228 ng/mL
Norpropoxyphene at 271 ng/mL
Nortriptyline at 194 ng/mL
Nortriptyline at 217 ng/mL
Desipramine at 287 ng/mL
11-nor-9-carboxy-U9-THC at 35 ng/mL
11-nor-9-carboxy-U9-THC at 39 ng/mL
Page 5 of 10
Sensitivity/Precision/ Distribution of Random Error
Performance of the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System around the specific cutoff for each drug was evaluated by testing
standard drug solutions diluted in drug-free urine in triplicate on 5 different intervals by 3 in-house operators using different readers (45 determinations
for each level). Drug free urine was also tested on each interval. The results were interpreted at ten minutes by the MEDTOXScan® Reader and are
summarized for each drug in the table below:
Sample
Concentration
(ng/mL)
AMP (500)
0
100
250
375
625
750
BZO (150)
0
75
112.5
187.5
225
mAMP (500)
0
100
250
375
625
750
OPI (100)
0
25
50
75
125
150
PCP (25)
0
6.25
12.5
18.75
31.25
37.5
TCA (300)
0
150
225
375
450
% of
Cutoff
Number of
Observations
# Neg
# Pos
NEG
20%
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
41
37
8
0
0
0
4
8
37
45
NEG
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
33
8
0
0
0
12
37
45
NEG
20%
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
27
13
1
2
0
0
18
32
44
43
NEG
25%
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
37
4
0
0
0
0
8
41
45
45
NEG
25%
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
31
1
0
0
0
0
14
44
45
45
NEG
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
9
0
0
0
0
36
45
45
Sample
Concentration
(ng/mL)
BAR (200)
0
100
150
250
300
COC (150)
0
75
112.5
187.5
225
MTD (200)
0
50
100
150
250
300
OXY (100)
0
25
50
75
125
150
PPX (300)
0
150
225
375
450
THC (50)
0
25
37.5
62.5
75
% of
Cutoff
Number of
Observations
# Neg
# Pos
NEG
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
32
0
0
0
0
13
45
45
NEG
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
24
0
0
0
0
21
45
45
NEG
25%
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
34
8
0
0
0
0
11
37
45
45
NEG
25%
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
44
19
0
0
0
0
1
26
45
45
NEG
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
31
2
0
0
0
14
43
45
NEG
50%
75%
125%
150%
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
39
0
0
0
0
6
45
45
Non Cross-reactive Endogenous Compounds
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System was evaluated for cross reactivity with fifteen endogenous compounds. The
compounds were dissolved in appropriate solvents at a concentration of at least 1.0 mg/mL. Each compound was further diluted to 100 µg/mL except
for albumin (20 mg/mL) and bilirubin (200 µg/mL). None of these compounds showed cross-reactivity at the referenced concentrations to any of the
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Devices.
Acetaldehyde
Acetone
Albumin, Human
Bilirubin
Cholesterol
Creatinine
Epinephrine
β-Estradiol
Estriol
Glucose Std. Solution
Hemoglobin, Human
Sodium Chloride
Tetrahydrocortisone
d,1-Thyroxine
Uric Acid
Unrelated Compounds, Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medications
The following compounds were tested for reactivity to the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System. Listed compounds were
dissolved in appropriate solvents and then added to drug-free urine for testing. Unless otherwise noted by a drug name abbreviation such as “AMP” or
“BAR” etc., all of the listed compounds were negative in each of the tests at 100 µg/mL or the highest level tested. If a drug name is followed by an
abbreviation such as “AMP” or “BAR” etc., check the “Related Compounds and Cross Reactants” listing for the drug in question under the appropriate
heading (AMP, BAR, etc.) to find its level of cross-reactivity to that test.
Acetaminophen
Acetylsalicyclic Acid
Allobarbital-BAR
Alprazolam-BZO
Alprazolam, 1-Hydroxy-BZO
7-Aminoclonazepam
7-Aminoflunitrazepam
Amitriptyline-TCA
Amobarbital-BAR
Amoxapine
Amoxicillin
d-Amphetamine-AMP
l- Amphetamine-AMP
Ampicillin
Apomorphine
l-Ascorbic Acid
Atomoxetine
Atropine Sulfate
Barbital-BAR
Barbituric Acid
Page 6 of 10
Benzocaine (ethyl-4-aminobenzoate)
Benzoic Acid
Benzoylecgonine-COC
Benzphetamine
Benztropine
Brompheniramine
Buprenorphine
Bupropion
Butabarbital-BAR
Butalbital-BAR
Caffeine
Cannabidiol
Cannabinol
Carbamazepine
Carbamazepine- 10,11 epoxide
Carisoprodol (Meprobamate)
Cephalexin
Chlordiazepoxide
Chlorothiazide
Chlorpheniramine
Chlorpromazine
Clobazam-BZO
Clomipramine
Clonazepam-BZO
Clorazepate-BZO
Clozapine-TCA
Cocaine-COC
Codeine-OPI, OXY
Cotinine
Cyclobenzaprine-TCA
Cyclopentobarbital-BAR
Desalkylflurazepam-BZO
Desipramine-TCA
Desmethylchlordiazepoxide-BZO
Desmethylflunitrazepam-BZO
Desmethylvenlafaxine
Dextromethorphan
Diacetylmorphine-OPI
Diazepam-BZO
Diclofenac
Diethylpropion
Digoxin
Dihydrocodeine-OPI, OXY
Diphenhydramine
Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin)-BAR
Domperidone
Dopamine
Doxepin-TCA
Doxylamine
Ecgonine
Ecgonine Methyl Ester
EDDP-(Primary metabolite of methadone)
Efavirenz (Sustiva)
EMDP-(Secondary metabolite of methadone)
Ephedrine-MAMP
Erythromycin
Ethanol
Ethylmorphine-OPI, OXY
Fenfluramine-MAMP, AMP
Fenoprofen
Fentanyl (Synthetic opiate)
Flunitrazepam-BZO
Fluoxetine (Prozac)
Flurazepam
Fluvoxamine
Furosemide
Glutethimide
Haloperidol
Hexobarbital
Hydralazine
Hydrochlorothiazide
Hydrocodone-OPI, OXY
Hydrocortisone
Hydromorphone-OPI, OXY
Hydroxybupropion
l-11-Hydroxy-∆9-THC
4-Hydroxyphencyclidine-PCP
Hydroxyzine
Ibuprofen
Imipramine-TCA
Ketamine
Ketoprofen
Levorphanol-OPI
Lidocaine
Lithium carbonate
Loperamide
Lorazepam glucuronide-BZO
Lorazepam-BZO
Loxapine
Lysergic Acid
Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)
Maprotiline-TCA
MDA-AMP
MDE (MDEA)-MAMP
MDMA-MAMP
Meperidine
Mephobarbital
Mepivacaine
Mesoridazine
Methadone-MTD
d-Methamphetamine-MAMP
l-Methamphetamine-MAMP
Methaqualone
Methcathinone
Methocarbamol
Methylphenidate
Metoprolol
Midazolam-BZO
Mirtazapine
6-Monoacetylmorphine-OPI
Morphine-OPI, OXY
Morphine 3-β-D-Glucuronide-OPI
Morphine 6-β-D-Glucuronide-OPI, OXY
Nalorphine-OPI
Naloxone-OXY
Naltrexone-OXY
Naproxen
Nicotine
Nitrazepam-BZO
11-Nor-9-carboxy-∆9-THC -THC
Norclomipramine
Norcodeine-OPI, OXY
Nordiazepam-BZO
Nordoxepin-TCA
Norlysergic Acid
Normeperidine
Norpropoxyphene-PPX
l-Norpseudoephedrine
Nortriptyline-TCA
Ofloxacin
Olanzapine
Orphenadrine
Oxaprosin
Oxazepam glucuronide-BZO
Oxazepam-BZO
Oxycodone-OXY
Oxymetazoline
Oxymorphone-OXY
Penicillin G
Pentazocine
Pentobarbital-BAR
Perphenazine-TCA
Phencyclidine-PCP
Phendimetrazine
Phenethylamine-MAMP
Pheniramine
Phenmetrazine
Phenobarbital-BAR
Phenothiazine
Phentermine-AMP
Phenylbutazone
Phenylephrine-MAMP
Phenylpropanolamine
Piroxicam
Prednisone
Procainamide
Procaine-MAMP
Prochlorperazine-TCA
Promazine-TCA
Promethazine
Propoxyphene-PPX
Propranolol
Protriptyline-TCA
d-Pseudoephedrine
Pyrilamine
Quetiapine (Seroquel)-TCA
Quinidine
Ranitidine
Riboflavin
Salicylic Acid
Secobarbital-BAR
Sertraline (Zoloft)
Sildenafil (Viagra)
Sulfamethazine
Sulindac
Talbutal-BAR
Temazepam glucuronide-BZO
Temazepam-BZO
Tetracycline
∆8-Tetrahydrocannabinol
∆9-Tetrahydrocannabinol-THC
Tetrahydrozoline
Thebaine-OPI
Theophyline
Thiopental
Thioridazine
Thiothixene
Tolmetin (Tolectin)
Trazodone
Triamterene
Triazolam, 1-hydroxy-BZO
Triazolam-BZO
Trifluoperazine
Trimethoprim
Trimipramine-TCA
Tripelennamine
Tryptophan
Tyramine
Valproic Acid
Venlafaxine
Verapamil
Related Compounds and Cross Reactants
The following metabolites and reacting compounds were evaluated for the specified test on the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test
System. Reference standards for the various metabolites and compounds were prepared in negative urine samples. Results are expressed as the
minimum concentration expected to produce a positive result in the indicated assay. Compounds that reacted with the test are listed first, and related
compounds that did not react with the highest concentration tested are listed second as Negative at 100,000 ng/mL. "% Cross-Reactive” values were
calculated from the cut-off level for the calibrator used for each test (approximate 50% positive rate) divided by the lowest reported level found to react
in the same test (greater than 66% positive rate).
Amphetamines (AMP) (d-Amphetamine) 500 ng/mL
l-Amphetamine
Fenfluramine
MDA
Phentermine
Result
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 10,000 ng/mL
Positive at 250 ng/mL
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
Ephedrine
MDE (MDEA)
MDMA
l-Methamphetamine
d-Methamphetamine
Phenethylamine
Pseudoephedrine
Tyramine
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Page 7 of 10
% Cross-Reactive
1%
5%
200%
7%
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Barbiturate (BAR) (Butalbital) 200 ng/mL
Allobarbital
Amobarbital
Barbital
Butabarbital
Cyclopentobarbital
Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin)
Pentobarbital
Phenobarbital
Secobarbital
Talbutal
Result
Positive at 250 ng/mL
Positive at 800 ng/mL
Positive at 2,500 ng/mL
Positive at 400 ng/mL
Positive at 250 ng/mL
Positive at 2,000 ng/mL
Positive at 300 ng/mL
Positive at 1,250 ng/mL
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Barbituric Acid
Glutethimide
Hexobarbital
Mephobarbital
Thiopental
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Benzodiazepine (BZO) (Nordiazepam) 150ng/mL
Alprazolam
Alprazolam, 1-OH
Clobazam
Clonazepam
Clorazepate
Desalkylflurazepam
Desmethylchlordiazepoxide
Desmethylflunitrazepam
Diazepam
Flunitrazepam
Lorazepam
Lorazepam glucuronide
Midazolam
Nitrazepam
Oxazepam
Oxazepam glucuronide
Temazepam
Temazepam glucuronide
Triazolam
Triazolam, 1-OH
Result
Positive at 100 ng/mL
Positive at 25,000 ng/mL
Positive at 75 ng/mL
Positive at 900 ng/mL
Positive at 200 ng/mL
Positive at 600 ng/mL
Positive at 1,000 ng/mL
Positive at 75 ng/mL
Positive at 75 ng/mL
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Positive at 1,200 ng/mL
Positive at 1,000 ng/mL
Positive at 5,000 ng/mL
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Positive at 200 ng/mL
Positive at 2,500 ng/mL
Positive at 90 ng/mL
Positive at 750 ng/mL
Positive at 750 ng/mL
Positive at 10,000 ng/mL
7-Aminoclonazepam
7-Aminoflunitrazepam
Chlordiazepoxide
Flurazepam
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Cocaine (COC) (Benzoylecgonine) 150 ng/mL
Cocaine
Result
Positive at 250 ng/mL
Ecgonine
Ecgonine Methyl Ester
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Methamphetamine (mAMP) (d-Methamphetamine) 500 ng/mL
Ephedrine
Fenfluramine
MDE (MDEA)
MDMA
l-Methamphetamine
Phenethylamine
Phenylephrine
Procaine
Result
Positive at 2,500 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
Positive at 1,150 ng/mL
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
Positive at 2,500 ng/mL
Positive at 25,000 ng/mL
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
d-Amphetamine
l-Amphetamine
MDA
Phentermine
Phenmetrazine
Pseudoephedrine
Tyramine
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Methadone (MTD) (Methadone) 200 ng/mL
Buprenorphine (MTD Replacement)
EDDP (Primary metabolite)
EMDP (Secondary metabolite)
Result
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
% Cross-Reactive
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Page 8 of 10
% Cross-Reactive
80%
25%
8%
50%
80%
10%
67%
16%
400%
400%
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
% Cross-Reactive
150%
<1%
200%
17%
75%
25%
15%
200%
200%
300%
13%
15%
3%
300%
75%
6%
167%
20%
20%
2%
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
% Cross-Reactive
60%
None Detected
None Detected
% Cross-Reactive
20%
1%
7%
43%
7%
20%
2%
7%
Opiates-(OPI) (Morphine) 100ng/mL
Codeine
Diacetylmorphine
Dihydrocodeine
Ethylmorphine
Hydrocodone
Hydromorphone
Levorphanol
6-Monoacetylmorphine
Morphine 3-β-D-Glucuronide
Morphine 6-β-D-Glucuronide
Nalorphine
Norcodeine
Thebaine
Result
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Positive at 75 ng/mL
Positive at 50 ng/mL
Positive at 400 ng/mL
Positive at 800 ng/mL
Positive at 2,500 ng/mL
Positive at 350 ng/mL
Positive at 75 ng/mL
Positive at 500 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 10,000 ng/mL
Positive at 25,000 ng/mL
Apomorphine
Naloxone
Naltrexone
Oxycodone
Oxymorphone
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Oxycodone (OXY) (Oxycodone) 100 ng/mL
Codeine
Dihydrocodeine
Ethylmorphine
Hydrocodone
Hydromorphone
Morphine
Morphine 6-β-D-Glucuronide
Naloxone
Naltrexone
Norcodeine
Oxymorphone
Result
Positive at 5000 ng/mL
Positive at 25,000 ng/mL
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 25,000 ng/mL
Positive at 100,000 ng/mL
Positive at 25,000 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 100,000 ng/mL
Positive at 250 ng/mL
% Cross-Reactive
2%
<1%
1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
40%
Apomorphine
Diacetylmorphine
Levorphanol
6-Monoacetylmorphine
Morphine 3-β-D-Glucuronide
Nalorphine
Thebaine
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Phencyclidine (PCP) (Phencyclidine) 25 ng/mL
4-Hydroxyphencyclidine
Result
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
% Cross-Reactive
<1%
Propoxyphene-(PPX) (Norpropoxyphene) 300 ng/mL
Propoxyphene
Result
Positive at 50 ng/mL
% Cross-Reactive
600%
Cannabinoids (THC) (11-Nor-9-carboxy-∆9-THC) 50 ng/mL
∆9 –Tetrahydrocannabinol
Result
Positive at 100,000 ng/mL
% Cross-Reactive
<1%
Cannabidiol
Cannabinol
l-11-Hydroxy-∆9-THC
∆8 –Tetrahydrocannabinol
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Tricyclic Antidepressant-(TCA) (Desipramine) 300 ng/mL
Amitriptyline
Clozapine
Cyclobenzaprine
Doxepin
Imipramine
Maprotiline
Nordoxepin
Nortriptyline
Perphenazine
Prochlorperazine
Promazine
Protriptyline
Quetiapine (Seroquel)
Trimipramine
Result
Positive at 500 ng/mL
Positive at 7,500 ng/mL
Positive at 20,000 ng/mL
Positive at 1,300 ng/mL
Positive at 250 ng/mL
Positive at 300 ng/mL
Positive at 700 ng/mL
Positive at 500 ng/mL
Positive at 75,000 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 900 ng/mL
Positive at 50,000 ng/mL
Positive at 10,000 ng/mL
Positive at 5,000 ng/mL
Carbamazepine
Carbamazepine-10, 11 epoxide
Chlorpromazine
Clomipramine
Loxapine
Mirtazapine
Norclomipramine
Olanzapine
Phenothiazine
Thiothixene
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Negative at 100,000 ng/mL
Page 9 of 10
% Cross-Reactive
200%
200%
133%
200%
25%
13%
4%
29%
133%
20%
<1%
1%
<1%
% Cross-Reactive
60%
4%
2%
23%
120%
100%
43%
60%
<1%
<1%
33%
<1%
3%
6%
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
None Detected
Interference
pH and Specific Gravity:
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System was assayed with three negative clinical samples with pH values of 4.0, 7.0 and 9.0 ±
0.1. Each sample was assayed in triplicate. The pH samples were fortified with drug concentrations that were the maximum level to give a strong
negative (95% or greater negative) result (10-50% of cut-off, see Sensitivity data), and the minimum level above the cut-off to give a strong positive
(95% or greater positive) result (125-150% of cut-off, see Sensitivity data). All three pH samples gave negative results when fortified to the maximum
strong negative level for each drug, and all gave positive results when fortified to the minimum strong positive level for each drug.
The PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System was assayed with three samples with specific gravity values of 1.003, 1.015 and 1.030
± 0.001. Each sample was assayed in triplicate. The specific gravity samples were fortified with drug concentrations as described above for pH to give
strong negative and strong positive results. All three specific gravity samples gave negative results when fortified to the maximum strong negative
level for each drug, and all gave positive results when fortified to the minimum strong positive level for each drug.
Common Drugs:
Following the study of M.L. Smith, et al.6 drug free urine samples were spiked with drug concentrations that were the maximum level to give a strong
negative (95% or greater negative) result (10-50% of cut-off, see Sensitivity data), and the minimum level above the cut-off to give a strong positive
(95% or greater positive) result (125-150% of cut-off, see Sensitivity data). 100,000 ng/mL of the common drugs were then added to the preparation
and assayed by the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System. If a common compound name is followed by the abbreviation “COC”,
“BAR” or “OPI”, or “OXY” it has cross-reactivity to the specified drug test (see “Related Compounds and Cross Reactants”) and therefore was not
assayed for interference for that drug test. Samples were evaluated in triplicate by in-house operators. None of the common drugs listed in the
following table affected the expected results.
Common Drugs Evaluated with the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System
Acetylsalicylic Acid
Acetaminophen
Brompheniramine maleate
Caffeine
Carbamazepine
Chlorpheniramine
Cocaine - COC
Dextromethorphan
Doxylamine
Ibuprofen
Morphine - OPI, OXY
Phenobarbital - BAR
Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin)-BAR
d-Pseudoephedrine
Salicylic Acid
12. TROUBLESHOOTING
Use the QC Test Devices provided with the MEDTOXScan® Reader to detect errors associated with the MEDTOXScan® Reader and a contaminated
contact imaging sensor (CIS) and to verify that the CIS cleaning procedure using the MEDTOXScan® Cleaning Cassette effectively removed any
contamination (dirt, dust or sample).
The QC Test Devices function as an optical performance system check for the MEDTOXScan® Reader only, not for the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan®
Drugs of Abuse Test System, and they are not intended to replace the need for the external controls. The QC Test Devices have been designed to
simulate the end points that are generated in the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device when external positive and negative QC controls are run.
The QC Test Devices consist of artificial control lines and test lines (negative) or artificial control lines and no test lines (positive) printed on a
membrane and placed in the PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Test Device plastic housing. The QC Test Devices are not intended to evaluate all
components of the test system from specimen preparation through generation of results. They are intended to function as a troubleshooting device to
determine that the reader optics are functioning correctly. You should run the QC Test Devices (1) if you suspect the MEDTOXScan® Reader is not
functioning properly, or (2) if you suspect the CIS is dirty, or (3) if the MEDTOXScan® Reader has been dropped or damaged.
Consult the MEDTOXScan® Reader User Manual for details on troubleshooting, cleaning procedure and explanation of MEDTOXScan® Reader error
messages. Contact MEDTOX Technical Support if you need any additional help at 1-800-832-3244.
13. BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Blum, K. Handbook of Abusable Drugs. Gardener Press, Inc. New York, New York, 1984. pp. 305-349.
2. DeCresce, R.P., Lifshitz, M.S., Mazura, A.C. and Tilson, J.E. Drug Testing in the Workplace. ASCP Press. American Society of Clinical
Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. 1989. pp. 105-109.
3. Baselt, R.C. Disposition of Toxic Drugs and Chemicals in Man. Seventh Edition. Biomedical Publications. Foster City, California, 2004.
4. White, R.M. and Black, M.L. Pain Management Testing Reference. AACC Press. Washington, DC. 2007.
5. Cary, P.L. The Marijuana Detection Window: Determining the Length of Time Cannabinoids will Remain Detectable in Urine Following Smoking: A
Critical Review of Relevant Research and Cannabinoid Detection Guidance for Drug Courts, Drug Court Review. Volume V:1. 2005, pp. 23 – 58.
6. Smith, M.L., Shimomura, E.T., Summers, J., Paul, B.D., Nichols, D., Shippee, R., Jenkins, A.J., Darwin, W.D. and Cone, E.J. Detection Times and
Analytical Performance of Commercial Urine Opiate Immunoassays Following Heroin Administration, Journal of Analytical Toxicology. Volume
24:7. October 2000, pp. 522-529.
14. LIMITED EXPRESS WARRANTIES
The manufacturer makes no express warranty other than the diagnostic test kit will measure certain drugs and/or drug metabolites when used in
accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions. The use of the kit for any other purpose is outside the intended use of this product. The
manufacturer gives no express warranty as to what the legal or clinical significance is of the levels of drug(s)/drug metabolites detected by the
PROFILE®-V MEDTOXScan® Drugs of Abuse Test System. The manufacturer disclaims any and all implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for
use or implied utility for any other purposes. Any and all damages for failure of the kit to perform to its instructions are limited to the replacement value
of the kit.
Covered by one or more patents. Patents Pending. U.S. Patent Nos. 5,202,268, 6,566,051, 6,376,251, 6,653,139
This product does not contain controlled substances. This product does not contain hazardous or toxic chemicals as defined by the OSHA Hazard
Communication Rule [29 CFR 1910.1200(g)].
To place an order or for technical support services call 1-800-832-3244.
© 2009 MEDTOX Diagnostics, Inc. All rights reserved
MEDTOX Diagnostics, Inc.
1238 Anthony Road
Burlington, NC 27215
P/N 102038
Rev. 07/09
Printed in USA
Page 10 of 10
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement