Barbiturates Drug Test
SKU #: D1-BAR
Detection Period - Short Acting (e.g. Secobarbital) 4.5 days; Long acting (e.g. Phenobarbital) 7 days
Detection Level - 300 ng/mL (with Secobarbital as the Calibrator*)
Barbiturates are depressants often taken for medical purposes. They are used as sedatives, hypnotics, and anesthetics. They can be habit-forming and are used recreationally, often in combination with other depressants such as alcohol. The most commonly used prescription named barbiturates are Amytal, Nembutal and Seconal. Barbiturates are classified as ultrashort, short, intermediate, and long-acting. This effects the detection period of this drug test (see above).
Our barbiturate home drug test will allow you to determine whether a barbiturate has been used within the past 4-7 days. If inappropriate use of a barbiturate is suspected, this is the home drug test for you.
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*The Barbiturates urine drug test uses Secobarbital as the calibrator for the stated 300 ng/mL testing level. The following table lists the concentrations of compounds (ng/mL) that are detected as positive in this urine drug test
The Barbiturates Drug Test will test for the following drugs:
The following drugs may show up on a Barbiturates Drug Test, but the accuracy for these is approximately 50%.