1-Panel Urine Test:

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Item: DOX-114

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Panel Target Compound Cutoff Level
OXY Oxycodone 100 ng/mL
OXY Panel: Specifications

Specificity - OXY Drug Test Panel

The following compounds are detected positive in urine by the OXY One Step Oxycodone 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
Oxycodone OC, Oxycodon, Oxicodona, Ossicodone / Oxaydo, Oxycet, OxyContin, Percocet, Percodan, Roxicet, Roxicodone, RoxyBond, Troxyca, Xtampza / Blues, Oxy, Percs, Roxys 100
Hydrocodone HC, Dihydrocodeinone, Hydrocodon, Hidrocodona, Idrocodone / Anexsia, Flowtuss, Hycofenix, Hysingla, Norco, Reprexain, Rezira, TussiCaps, Tussigon, Tussionex, Vantrela, Vituz, Zohydro, Zutripro, Zyfrel 6,250
Hydromorphone HM, Dihydromorphinone, Hydromorphon, Hydromorfona, Hidromorfona, Idromorfone / Dilaudid, Exalgo 50,000
Levorphanol Levorphan, Levorfanol 50,000
Naloxone Naloxon, Naloxona / Bunavail, Evzio, Narcan, Suboxone, Zubsolv 37,500
Naltrexone Naltrexon, Naltrexona / Contrave, Embeda, Troxyca, Vivitrol 37,500
Oxymorphone OM, Oxymorphine, Oxymorphon, Oximorfona / Opana 200

Summary - OXY Drug Test Panel

  • Derived from thebaine, oxycodone is a potent semi-synthetic opioid painkiller. Oxycodone is classified as an analgesic and is known to produce strong euphoric effects, making it the most sought after drug among misusers of opioids [1] Oxycodone is provided in the form of tablets, capsules, and solutions, intended to be taken orally. In attempt to maximize its effects or speed of onset, many oxycodone misusers crush the tablets into a powder form and consume the product by snorting, smoking, or injecting after liquefying. [1] In addition, many are likely to combine the drug with a benzodiazepine such as Xanax in order to enhance the effects of the oxycodone. When potent CNS drugs are combined in such fashions, or when combined with alcohol, results can be unpredictable and at worst fatal. [2]

  • Oxycodone is powerfully addictive and prone to strong physical dependence. Many bouts with oxycodone addiction begin with an accident or injury, followed by a prescription for the painkiller. Oxycodone users typically develop a drug tolerance quickly, often requiring higher doses to achieve the desired results. Once physical dependence develops, the patient is in a precarious position. When prescriptions are terminated, many patients have difficulty coping with the harsh withdrawal symptoms and continue using painkillers obtained through diverted sources. Due to the high cost of illicit oxycodone on the street, many turn to cheaper opioid alternatives, such as heroin or diverted buprenorphine (Suboxone). For the opioid addicted attempting abstinence, withdrawal symptoms can be debilitating and long lasting, often requiring professional assistance. [3]

  • Oxycodone is the target compound for the OXY One Step Oxycodone Drug Test, detected at a cutoff level of 100 ng/mL. Oxycodone is prescribed for treating pain and is available in monoproduct form and in combination with other drugs (coformulations). Oxycodone monoproduct is dispensed: in oral tablet form under generic labels and brand names Oxaydo, OxyContin, Roxicodone, and RoxyBond; in oral capsule form under generic labels and the brand Xtampza; and in oral solution form under generic labels. [4] Oxycodone with acetaminophen is dispensed: in oral tablet form under generic labels and brand names Oxycet, Percocet, and Roxicet; and in oral solution form under generic labels. Oxycodone with aspirin is dispensed in oral tablet form under generic labels and the brand Percodan. Oxycodone with ibuprofen is dispensed in oral tablet form under generic labels. And oxycodone with naltrexone is dispensed in oral capsule form under the brand Troxyca[5] Approximately 8% of an oral oxycodone dose is excreted in the urine as free oxycodone. [6]