Drug Test - 9 Panel Urine and Alcohol Test
Drug Test - 9 Panel Urine and Alcohol
The 9 Panel Urine Drug and Alcohol Test looks for common drugs of abuse including alcohol in a urine sample. Alcohol is typically detectable in urine for less than 24 hours. Most drugs can be detected going back several days but the detection period will vary depending on a number of factors such as a person's metabolism, how much they have taken and whether they have been taking it for a sustained period. If anything is detected on the initial screen, confirmatory testing will be performed at no additional cost.
This test looks for:
- Alcohol (Ethanol)
- Amphetamines (including Methamphetamine)
- Cannabinoid (Marijuana/THC)
- Opiates (Codeine, Morphine)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
Customers who need a drug test which does not include alcohol may also order the 9 Panel Urine Drug Test.
Turnaround time for the 9 Panel Urine Drug and Alcohol Test is typically 1-3 business days. Additional time may be needed for confirmation testing.
At this time, Request A Test does not offer DOT (Department of Transportation) certified testing.
Note: Result turn around times are an estimate and are not guaranteed. Our reference lab may need additional time due to weather, holidays, confirmation/repeat testing, or equipment maintenance.
Please be aware that due to national staffing shortages at the labs, results for drug testing may take longer than normal. Request A Test cannot guarantee turnaround time for test results.
Please note that not all lab locations are able to perform the collections for urine drug testing. When placing a testing order online you will only be able to select from lab locations that are able to perform this type of testing.
The use of products containing Delta-8-THC may interfere with the results of this test. The amount of time delta-8 remains in the system after use will vary. For accurate results, it is recommended to have not used or consumed delta-8 products for at least 2-3 weeks prior to submitting a specimen for testing.
This test is intended to screen for drugs of abuse and is not appropriate for pain management or therapeutic monitoring. Customers who require pain management testing should consult their prescribing physician.