Friday, August 17th, 2018

What do the abbreviations on the drug testing kits mean?


AMP – Amphetamine
BAR – Barbiturates
BZO – Benzodiazepine
BUP – Buprenorphine
COC – Cocaine
FYL – Fentanyl
6-MAM – Heroin Specific
K2- Spice
KET – Ketamine
THC – Marijuana/Cannabis
MTD – Methadone
EDDP – Methadone Metabolite
MET – Methamphetamine
OPI – Opiates
OXY – Oxycodone
PCP – Phencyclidine
PPX – Propoxyphene
K3 – Spice/Synthetic Cannabis


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