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Epic Code LAB677 Drug of Abuse Screen Emergency Panel (Emergency Department Only)

Important Note

The test is only to be ordered by Spectrum Health Hospital Emergency Department

Test Name Alias

Drug of Abuse Screen ED w/alcohol | 9049 | UDS | DOA

Interface Order Alias

10823

Ordering Instructions

The test is only to be ordered by Spectrum Health Hospital Emergency Department

Collection Instructions

Specimen Collection: Urine

 

Container(s): Sterile Urine Cup or Pale Yellow Top Urine Tube-no preservative

Preferred Volume to Collect: 10.0 mL

Minimum Volume to Collect: 1.0 mL

 

Collection Instructions:

  • Include Chain of Custody form when appropriate
  • Keep container upright at all times and check that lid is fastened evenly and securely.
  • Do not send container home with patient, must be collected on site.
  • Do not open container after collection.
  • Samples should be within the normal physiological pH range of 4.0 – 8.50

Processing Instructions

  • Centrifuge highly turbid specimens before testing.

Specimen Stability

Ambient: 72 hours

Refrigerate: 14 days

Frozen: 14 days

Laboratory Retention: 10 days

Test Frequency

Available 24 hours, usual TAT 1 day.

Reference Range

Screen Cutoff Limits:

 

Amphetamines 500 ng/mL

Barbiturates 200 ng/mL

Benzodiazepines 300 ng/mL

Cannabinoids 50 ng/mL

Cocaine 150 ng/mL

Ethanol 20 mg/dL

Methadone 300 ng/mL

Opiates 300 ng/mL

Oxycodone 100 ng/mL

 

SCREENING PROCEDURE ONLY. Positives are not confirmed except where established by Laboratory policy. For other specimens, confirmation testing must be ordered by the physician. The Laboratory recommends that no legal action be taken on a positive screen result without confirmatory testing being performed.

Screening procedures generally target only one or a few specific drugs of a given class. Other drugs of the class may or may not cross react. Comprehensive Drug Screen may detect drugs not detected by this screening procedure.

Performing Department

TOXICOLOGY (SHRL)
Chemistry (All other locations)

Performing Department Laboratory Location

Spectrum Health Regional Laboratory, Grand Rapids, MI
Spectrum Health Big Rapids Laboratory, Big Rapids, MI
Spectrum Health Blodgett Laboratory, Grand Rapids, MI
Spectrum Health Gerber Laboratory, Fremont, MI
Spectrum Health Kelsey Laboratory, Lakeview, MI
Spectrum Health Ludington Laboratory, Ludington, MI
Spectrum Health Pennock Laboratory, Hastings, MI
Spectrum Health Reed City Laboratory, Reed City, MI
Spectrum Health United Laboratory, Greenville, MI
Spectrum Health Zeeland Laboratory, Zeeland, MI

Methodology

Kinetic Interaction of Micro particles in a Solution (KIMS) / Enzyme Immunoassay (EIA)

CPT

80301-LAB-DRUG SCREEN CLASS A
HCPCS: G0479

CDM Code

4024018

Epic Test ID

1230102351

Beaker LOINC

AMPHETAMINE SCREEN, URINE: 19261-7
BARBITURATE SCREEN, URINE: 19270-8
BENZODIAZEPINE SCREEN, URINE: 14316-4
CANNABINOIDS SCREEN, URINE: 18282-4
COCAINE SCREEN, URINE: 19359-9
ETHANOL SCRN UR: 42242-8
METHADONE SCREEN, URINE: 19550-3
OPIATE 300 SCREEN, URINE: 19295-5
OXYCODONE SCREEN URINE: 19642-8

Reviewed Date

12/6/2021

Beaker Names

Beaker Procedure Name: DRUG SCREEN, EMERGENCY PANEL
Beaker Display Name: Drug of Abuse Screen with Alcohol, Emergency Department, Urine
BEAKER TEST NAME: DRUG OF ABUSE EMERGENCY PANEL
BEAKER TEST REPORT NAME: DRUG OF ABUSE EMERGENCY

Beaker Synonyms

DRUG OF ABUSE SCREEN ED|DRUG OF ABUSE SCREEN W/ ALCOHOL ED

Beaker Location, Container and Temperature

BW TOXICOLOGY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
BW TOXICOLOGY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
BL CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
BL CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
BR CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
BR CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
GM CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
GM CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
KL CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
KL CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
LH CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
LH CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
PH CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
PH CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
RC CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
RC CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
UN CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
UN CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated
ZH CHEMISTRY: URINE CUP R (Preferred)-Refrigerated
ZH CHEMISTRY: UR YELLOW/GREY (Acceptable)-Refrigerated