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The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine | Spectrum Labs
The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine | Spectrum Labs

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The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine   Quick Fix Synthetic Urine is made by Spectrum Labs. It is a bottle of premixed laboratory urine designed to...


The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine


Quick Fix Synthetic Urine is made by Spectrum Labs. It is a bottle of premixed laboratory urine designed to protect your privacy during a urinary nicotine test. The Spectrum Labs Quick Fix is unisex so a male or female can use it to pass nicotine tests. To ensure passing a urinalysis, the Quick Fix contains all the ingredients normally found in urine and is balanced for pH, specific gravity, creatinine, and several other urine characteristics. The Quick Fix bottle comes with an attached temperature strip and heating pad to ensure the sample is at body temperature. The Quick Fix contains two ounces of synthetic urine as required by the DOT guidelines. If a lab demands more than two ounces, that demand is operating outside of the DOT guidelines. Request the lab record the volume of the sample before disposal and be sure to document the error.

The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine Product Directions:
Heat Quick Fix in advance and simply pour contents into sample cup. Quick Fix temperature must be 90°-100°F. The Quick Fix container can be microwaved up to 10 seconds for initial heat. If the temperature remains out of range after first heating, repeat procedure (read the blue dot on temperature strip). If the bottle is out of temperature range after two heatings, cool down (over heated) and retry. Using the enclosed heater pad alone will require approximately an hour to heat to 90°-100°F (see enclosed heater pad for heating instructions). Attach heater pad with tape or rubber band to the bottle, opposite the temperature strip. The heater pad will last up to six hours. Coloration may vary from batch to batch. Shake bottle before and after heating. If unused, sample can be reheated for random usage.
The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine Product FAQ:
This product cannot be shipped to residents of AR, IL, KY, OK, NJ, NC or SC.
Product Warnings:
This product is not intended for use on lawfully administered drug tests and is to be used in accordance with all federal and state laws.

Urine drug screen

Drug Screens are reported as PASS, or FAIL with urine reported invalid or adulterated. When an employer requests a drug test from an employee, or a physician requests a drug test from a patient, the employee or patient is typically instructed to go to a collection site or their home. The urine sample goes through a specified 'chain of custody' to ensure that it is not tampered with or invalidated through lab or employee error. The patient or employee’s urine is collected at a remote location in a specially designed secure cup, sealed with tamper-resistant tape, and sent to a testing laboratory to be screened for drugs (typically the SAMHSA 5 panel). The first step at the testing site is to split the urine into two aliquots. One aliquot is first screened for drugs using an analyzer that performs immunoassay as the initial screen. If the urine screen is positive then another aliquot of the sample is used to confirm the findings by gas chromatography – mass spectrometry (GC-MS) methodology. If requested by the physician or employer, certain drugs are screened for individually; these are generally drugs part of a chemical class that are, for one of many reasons, considered more abuse-prone or of concern. For instance, oxycodone and diamorphine may be tested, both sedative analgesics. If such a test is not requested specifically, the more general test (in the preceding case, the test for opiates) will detect the drugs, but the employer or patient will not have the benefit of the identity of the drug.
Employment related test results are relayed to an MRO (Medical Review Office) where a medical physician reviews the results. If the result of the screen is negative, the MRO informs the employer that the employee has no detectable drug in the urine. However, if the test result of the immunoassay and GC-MS are non-negative and show a concentration level of parent drug or metabolite above the established limit, the MRO contacts the employee to determine if there is any legitimate reason such as a medical treatment or prescription.On-site instant drug testing is a more cost-efficient method of effectively detecting drug abuse amongst employees, as well as in rehabilitation programs to monitor patient progress. These instant tests can be used for both urine and saliva testing. Although the accuracy of such tests varies with the manufacturer, some kits boast extremely high rates of accuracy, correlating closely with laboratory test results.


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