What Is a 10 Panel Drug Test?

What Is a 10 Panel Drug Test?

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A 10-panel drug test is a simple, easy-to-use test that can be self-administered in the comfort and privacy of your own home. It is intended to quickly detect trace amounts of 10 different drugs within the body's circulatory system.

Target Drugs

The 10-panel drug test is so named for the 10 common drugs it targets: marijuana, cocaine, phencyclidine, opiates, methamphetamine, methadone, amphetamines, barbituates, benzodiazepines and trycyclic antidepressant.


The 10-panel drug test was created as a simple method for employers and other organizations to detect the most common forms of drug use among their employees, staff and members. According to Craig Medical, 95 percent of abused drugs are detectable by this drug test.

How It Works: Positive Result

A rose-colored band is visible in each drug's control zone. A positive result for a specific drug is indicated when no color band appears in that drug's specific test zone.

How It Works: Negative Result

A negative result is indicated when the rose-colored band remains visible in the drug's specific test zone, meaning the drug is either not present or is below the detection limit of the test.

How It Works: Invalid Test

If the color band is not visible in all of the test zones, the test should be declared invalid and performed again.


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