Opioid Drug Testing
Opioid Drug Testing Options
Blood Tests for Opioids
Opiates are painkillers. They block pain receptors in your brain, making you feel calm and happy. There is also a difference between opiates and opioids. Opiates are chemicals found in the opium plant, and they occur naturally. Opioids (which can be synthetic or semi-synthetic) are man-made chemicals derived from the naturally occurring opiates. Four types of opiates are used by the medical industry, and of those four, we test for two: codeine and morphine. We also test for two semi-synthetic opioids: hydrocodone and hydromorphone.
This blood test is used to detect and confirm the presence of opiate drugs.View Details
Urine Testing for Opioid Drugs
The following tests use urine to detect the presence of opioid drugs in patients.
This urine test is used to confirm the presence of the opioid drug buprenorphine.View Details
This urine test is used to detect the presence of acetyl fentanyl, a potent synthetic opioid that is up to five times more potent than heroin.View Details
This urine test detects the presence of Oxycodone and its metabolite Oxymorphone.View Details
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General Wellness Panels
These commonly ordered blood work and urine lab tests help measure overall health and wellness, and are routinely ordered by doctors for insight into an individual's general health.
The Comprehensive Health Test Panel is combination of 6 tests that measure and evaluate the body as a whole. It is a full blood panel that is used to measure and evaluate the body as a whole.View Details
This health test panel includes thyroid testing, a CBC, CMP, Urinalysis, & Lipid Panel. These lab tests measure and evaluate the body as a whole and include cholesterol.View Details