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Specificity - BAR Drug Test Panel
The following compounds are detected positive in urine by the BAR One Step Barbiturates Drug Test at 5 minutes. Cutoff represents the concentration of each compound required to yield a positive reading. A lower cutoff indicates a greater ability to detect the compound.
|Compound||Synonyms / Brand Names / Common Names||Cutoff
|Secobarbital||Quinalbarbitone, Secobarbitone / Seconal / Reds||300|
|Amobarbital||Amylobarbital, Amylobarbitone / Amytal||300|
|Butabarbital||Butabarbitone, Secbutabarbital, Secbutobarbitone / Butisol||75|
|Butalbital||Allzital, Butapap, Fioricet, Fiorinal, Lanorinal||2,500|
|Pentobarbital||Pentobarbitone / Nembutal||300|
|Phenobarbital||Phenobarbitol, Phenobarbitone, Fenobarbital / Luminal||100|
Barbiturates - Definition and Description
Barbiturates are a class of potent CNS depressant drugs, found in the form of oral tablets, oral capsules, oral solutions, and injectable forms. Barbiturates are dispensed only by prescription, indicated for a number of medical purposes: as sedatives, as hypnotics for treating insomnia, as anticonvulsants, and as preanesthetics to reduce anxiety prior to surgery. Street barbiturates are commercially produced barbiturates that are either diverted prescriptions or the subjects of another form of diversion.
Barbiturates are misused for recreational purposes and for their ability to induce sleep. Barbiturates are powerfully addictive and prone to a high degree of physical dependence. With higher doses, the threat of death by overdose is a strong concern. Consequently, barbiturates have been prominently used in cases of physician-assisted or geriatric suicide.
For more information, see: Barbiturates Facts and Information.
Summary - BAR Barbiturates Urine Test Panel
Secobarbital is the target compound for the BAR One Step Barbiturates Drug Test, detected at a cutoff level of 300 ng/mL. Secobarbital is a potent and powerfully addictive short-acting barbiturate. Secobarbital is prescribed under the brand name Seconal, in oral capsule form, indicated as a hypnotic for the short-term treatment of insomnia and as a preanesthetic. Approximately 5% of a secobarbital dose is recovered in the urine as unchanged secobarbital. 
Phenobarbital cross-reacts with this test at 100 ng/mL. Phenobarbital is prescribed under the brand name Luminal, with many generic labels, found in tablet, liquid elixir, and injectable forms. Phenobarbital is indicated as a sedative, as a hypnotic, as an anticonvulsant, and as a preanesthetic. Approximately 25–50% of a phenobarbital dose of is recovered in the urine as unchanged phenobarbital.