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Opiate Drug Testing Information

All opiates including opium, heroin, codeine, morphine, and many opiate-based prescription drugs metabolize (biologically break down) as Morphine (MOR). (The synthetically manufactured opiate, methadone, metabolizes as methadone [MTD] and is therefore detected by a different drug test.) Following are the latest results of urine drug test detection times studying various opiates:

  • Drug detection times for MOR by a urine drug test may be less than 24 hours to more than three days.
  • Opiate drug detection times for a saliva drug test are generally two to three days although opiate drug test detection times for saliva testing can be similar to opiate drug test detection times for urine.
  • Most current studies do not distinguish between various types of opiates.
  • There are many factors that influence opiate drug detection times including the body�s metabolism, but especially duration, frequency, amount of opiate used and method of administration.

Opiates (including opium, heroine, morphine, and codeine) are derived from the opium poppy. Opiate derivatives are found in many prescription drugs usually prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain (including oxycodone, branded as OxyContin, Percocet, Percodan, and Tylox). Morphine (MOR) is also the metabolite (biologically broken down in the body) of all opiates. We offer several different products that test for the presence of opiates (MOR).

Before you purchase an opiate drug test, decide on an opiate (MOR) concentration, AKA cut-off level:

  • 300 ng/ml cut-off detects a lower MOR level that may include typical prescription doses of MOR.
  • 2000 ng/ml cut-off detects a higher MOR concentration that may indicate use of illicit opiates, prescription misuse, and addiction.

It is important that you choose an opiate test with the correct cut-off level. We offer you the option (300 ng/ml. or 2000 ng/ml.) with many of our opiate tests. If the cut-off level is not specified, cut-off is 2000 ng/ml.

The following should be used only as an FYI and not intended as a recommendation because there are many exceptions:

  • 2000 ng/ml is the cut-off for most pre-employment drug tests. It is the DOT (Department of Transportation) and NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) standard for most (but not all) employment screening. The higher cut-off level is used to prevent detection of normally prescribed doses.
  • Hospitals and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission are examples of institutions that regularly test for the 300 ng/ml concentration. Many employers will test employees at this level if the position poses a safety risk.
  • Your HR department should be able to tell you at which level they test for various positions. Most drug screening laboratories will tell you which cut-off level is used for specific industries, companies, and government agencies.

It is also important to keep in mind that drug detection, especially prescription drug detection can be tricky because many factors contribute to the outcome including specific drug formula, frequency of use, duration of use, dosage, and time lapse since last ingestion. Also, as with administration any home drug test, urine specimens suggesting positive results should be confirmed with a more specific method such as GC/MS testing at a professional laboratory.

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  • Brief Description
    • An addictive drug that is processed from morphine and usually appears as a white or brown powder.
  • Street Names
    • Smack, H, ska, junk, and many others.
  • Effects:
    • Short-term effects include a surge of euphoria followed by alternately wakeful and drowsy states and cloudy mental functioning. Associated with fatal overdose and- particularly in users who inject the drug-infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.

Cross Reaction: Positive for Opiates (MOR, OPI)
Trade Name Generic Name
Astramorph Morphine
Co-codamol Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Codafen Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Co-dydramol Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Cyclimorph Morphine
Duramorph Morphine
Galenphol Pholcodine
Kapake Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Morcap Morphine
Morphine Sulfate Morphine
MS Contin Morphine
Oramorph Morphine
Pavacol-D Pholcodine
Remedine Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Roxanol Morphine
Severedol Morphine
Solpadol Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Strong BP Pholcodine
Thebacon Pholcodine
Tylenol 3 Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Tylex Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) /Codeine Preparations
Cross Reaction: Positive for Opiates (OPI, MOP)
Trade Name Generic Name
Novocain Procaine
Cross Reaction: Positive for Opiates (OPI, MOR)
Trade Name Generic Name
Tylenol 3 Acetaminophen with Codeine (see also Paracetamol w
Tylenol with codeine Acetaminophen with Codeine (see also Paracetamol w
Cross Reaction: Positive for Opiates (OPI/MOR)
Trade Name Generic Name
Codafen Continus Codeine Phosphate
Codeine Linctus Codeine Phosphate
DHC Continus Dihydrocodeine
Diocalm Koalin and Morphine Mixture
Entersan Koalin and Morphine Mixture
Galcodine Codeine Phosphate
Kapake Codeine Phosphate
Migraleve Codeine Phosphate
Opazimes Koalin and Morphine Mixture
Paramol Dihydrocodeine
Pediatric BP Codeine Phosphate
Remedeine Dihydrocodeine
Remedeine Forte Dihydrocodeine
Solpadol Codeine Phosphate
Tylex Codeine Phosphate
Ethylmorphine Ethylmorphine
Cross Reaction: Positive for Opiates (OPI/MOR) and/or Oxycodone (OXY)
Trade Name Generic Name
Dilaudid Hydromorphone
Hydrostat Hydromorphone
Loratab Hydrocodone
Lorcet Hydrocodone
Vicodin Hydrocodone

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