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Occurs when a foreign substance is added to the urine specimen in order to interfere with the testin...
 
A normal metabolic waste product of muscle activity that a person excretes into their urine all the ...
 
Performed by Gas Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry detection (GC/MS). This test is based on the ...
 
The multi-copy document that is completed by the certified collector at the time of the specimen col...
 
Classification: Stimulant Street Names: Blow, Coke, Crack, Flake, Snow Mode of Use: Snorting, intrav...
 
Checking each urine specimen for dilution by measuring the amount of creatinine. ...
 
Most drugs are changed by the body (metabolized) prior to elimination in the urine. In some cases bo...
 
Classification: Hallucinogen Street Names: Weed, Doobie, Grass Mode of Use: Smoking & ingestion ...
 
Medical Review Officer (MRO). A Physician (Medical Doctor or Osteopath) who has special training and...
 
These have been the most common oxidant used over the last five years. New oxidants are packaged and...
 
Nanograms per milliliter (parts per billion). This is the unit of measure for reporting the quantita...
 
Classification: Narcotics Street Names: Heroin: Horse, H, Smack, White Lady and Skag. Morphine: Junk...
 
Chemicals that react primarily to destroy marijuana metabolites in the urine. The marijuana metaboli...
 
Classification: Hallucinogen Background: Phencyclidine was fist synthesized in 1926 and was used as ...
 
Are performed by Immunoassay. This test is based on the biological interaction of an antibody with a...
 
Specimen validity testing is checking a urine specimen to make sure it is not too dilute or that it ...
 
This test measures the amount of dissolved substances in the urine. Specific gravity ranges from ver...
 
Required for DHHS mandated testing (DOT). The collected specimen is poured off into an A and B bottl...
 
One of two genes, found on a chromosome, that causes specific characteristics, such as eye color. ...
 
Sac that surrounds the baby in the uterus. It holds the baby, the placenta, and amniotic fluid. ...
 
A medication that relieves or reduces pain. ...
 
A hormone, such as testosterone, that controls and maintains male characteristics. ...
 
A decrease in red blood cells, which carry oxygen in the blood. ...
 
Partial or complete loss of pain, with or without loss of consciousness ...
 
Proteins produced by the body in response to a specific substance, such as bacteria or antigen, that...
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