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Non-Inclusive list of possible cross-reacting substances as related to QuickScreen tests for MET, AMP, THC, COC, OPI. (Please keep confidential) YES Amphetamine. ADD Medication. (Dextroamphetamine) Prescription diet pills. If enough in urine will screen positive.
Bronchospasm - reversible obstructive airway disease. May cause reaction MET panel.
Antihistamine. Seasonal allergic rhinitis.
met, amp maybe possible react with meth or amp. Antispastic met,amp maybe Depression. May also show positive screen for PCP.
Acute, painful musculoskeletal conditions.
ADD. Lessen ETOH / Narcotic withdrawal. High Blood Pressure. Cramps. Migranes.
Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis - Adults Blood Pressure, ADD, Antihypertensive.
Massive amount. In cough and cold medicine.
YES Amphetamine. Narcolepsy. ADD with hyperactivity.
Benzodiazepine. Anxiety disorers, spasms. Refer to Dr.'s Office.
YES Narcotic analgesic. Hydrogenated ketone of morphine.
Manic-Depressive. Psychoneurosis, depression, anxiety.
MET, AMP MAYBE Depression. May also show positive screen for PCP.
Allergy medication. Sinusitis, bronchitis, pharyngitis.
NO with normal dose. MASSIVE dose may give METH positive result.
Muscle spasm, acute painful muscoskeletal condition.
Non-Inclusive list of possible cross-reacting substances as related to QuickScreen tests for MET, AMP, THC, COC, OPI. (Please keep confidential) Medicinal Aids, Tonic, Laxitive, Detergent, Antiseptic.
Bronchitis, Cold, Congestion, Sinuitis.
YES May contain codeine. Check label.
YES Narcotic analgesic. Hydrogenated ketone of morphine.
Potential to cross react. Sedative Anti-histamine.
Tricyclic Anti-Depressant. Very possible it will react.
Possible Meth screen - negative GCMS. Acute / Chronic Asthma. Bronchospasm.
Brain Disorders. Low blood, choline level.
Acute bacterial exacerbation of chronic bronchitie. Mild moderate, severe infections. Pre-Op medication. Moderate to severe pain. Opioid analgesic. Negative GC/MS.
Maintenance Narcotic Addiction. Narcotic Detoxification.
POSSIBLE cocaine positive, negative GC/MS. Symptomatic gastroesophageal reflux.
POSSIBLE Opiates, negative GC/MS. Narcotic Depression.
POSSIBLE Opiates, negative GC/MS. Blocade of Alcoholic Dependence.
Antiepileptic / seizure, mood disorder.
Massive amount will screen prelim positive. Pain Medication.
Non-Inclusive list of possible cross-reacting substances as related to QuickScreen tests for MET, AMP, THC, COC, OPI. (Please keep confidential) Massive amount will screen prelim positive. Pain Medication.
Massive amount will screen prelim positive. Nasal decongestant. Sinus. Massive Doses may cause false positive for Meth.
Refer To Their Doctor. Anti-Malarial, Anti-Arrythmia.
Ulcers. Heartburn, Acid Indigestion, Sour Stomach.
Acute, painful musculoskeletal conditions.
Nasal decongestant. Sinus. Massive Doses may cause false positive for Meth.
Aids drug -- will cause "FALSE" THC positive screen.
Anti-Depressant, Anti-Anxiety, Pain.
Benzodiazepine. Anxiety disorers, spasms. Refer to Dr.'s Office.
Pneumonia. Mild to moderate infection.
Vascular Disease. Lipid Altering Agent.
Anti-Psychotic. Psychotic Disorders.
Non-Inclusive list of possible cross-reacting substances as related to QuickScreen tests for MET, AMP, THC, COC, OPI. (Please keep confidential) YES = the "Type of Drug" can cause a screen postive result. NO = the "Type of Drug" will not cause a screen positive result.
Refers to the drug category, or strip on the QuickScreen device where the result will appear.
Refers to the subsequent result of GC/MS confirmation on the sample.
This chart does not include the following categories: Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, PCP, or Methadone

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