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QuickScreen™ One-Step Rapid Drug Screen Test (Cassette type)

A Professional, in-vitro forensic diagnostic test for use in the qualitative detection of Oxycodone (synthetic opiates) in human urine at the sensitivity cut off level of 100 ng/ml Oxycodone established as standard by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, DOT, World Health Organization and SAMHSA. The Oxycodone test should be used separately from the standard opiate test when Oxycodone use is suspected. The sensitivity detection level of the Oxycodone test is considerably higher than the standard opiate test as required to detect this specific drug of abuse.


For a comprehensive discussion on drug of abuse testing including typical detection time periods see the DRUG TESTING FAQ

The QuickScreen™ One-Step Rapid Oxycodone Test is a rapid, visual, qualitative, competitive binding immunoassay for the detection of Oxycodone (Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Oxycontin) and it's metabolites in human urine. The test provides a fast confirmation of the presence of Oxycodone in the subject sample at a minimum cutoff sensitivity level of 100 ng/ml opiates, the sensitivity level set by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and Departments of Health and Human Services for this specific drug of abuse. While classified as an Opiate, the chemical structure and metabolite of Oxycodone requires a separate Opiate test with a substantially higher sensitivity detection level than that of the standard Opiate drug test. Consequently, a positive test result will not only confirm Oxycodone but other opiates as well. In this regard the Oxycodone test is not Oxycodone specific but opiate specific being able to detect Oxycodone/opiate use at the higher sensitivity level required while the 2000 ng/ml sensitivity level of the standard opiate test would not detect Oxycodone. Note: Where indicated, any positive test should be confirmed using quantitative methods by a qualified testing laboratory.
Note: This assay provides only a preliminary analytical test result. A more specific alternative chemical method such as high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) or Gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) must be used in order to obtain a confirmed analytical result. For test situations requiring laboratory confirmation by such methods please refer to the QuickScreen Pro At Home Test Kit. Clinical consideration and professional judgment should be applied to all test results, particularly when preliminary positive results are indicated.


Oxycodone, often called a narcotic, is an analgesic (pain reducer) which works by depressing the central nervous system. Oxycodone is abused for its opiate-like effects. In addition to its equal potency to morphine in analgesic effects, it is also equipotent to morphine in relieving abstinence symptoms from chronic opiate (heroin, morphine) use. For this reason, it is often used to alleviate or prevent the onset of opiate withdrawal by street users of heroin and methadone. In early studies by the Addiction Research Center in Lexington, Kentucky in the 1960's, it was discovered that the subjective and physiological effects of Oxycodone were greater than an equivalent dose of morphine in opiate substance abusers. Many dosage forms are available. Oxycodone’s behavioral effects can last up to 5 hours. The drug is most often administered orally. The sustained-release formula has a longer duration of action (8-12 hours). A recent study comparing controlled released products containing Oxycodone (Oxycontin) and morphine (MS Contin) reported that Oxycontin was twice as potent as MS Contin. As with other opiates, Oxycodone can also depress the respiratory system resulting in suffocation and death when overdosed. Doctors often prescribe Oxycodone for severe or chronic pain. Oxycodone is very addictive, both physically and psychologically. Use for only a short time normally results in addiction. Some physical indications of opiate use include: extreme loss of appetite and weight, cramps, nausea, vomiting, excessive scratching and complaint of itching, excessive sweating, constipation, pin-point pupils and watery eyes, reduced vision, drowsiness, euphoria, trance-like states, excessive thirst, tremors, twitching, irritability, hallucinations and lethargy. For comprehensive information on drug testing including typical half-life or drug detection periods see the Drug Testing FAQ.

The QuickScreen™ One-Step Rapid Oxycodone Test utilizes a unique combination of monoclonal antibodies to selectively identify Oxycodone and it's major metabolites in urine with a high degree of sensitivity. The test kit is a rapid, visually read screening method that does not require special instrumentation or training.

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The QuickScreen™ One-Step Rapid Oxycodone Test technology incorporates a chromatographic absorbent device in which the drug or drug metabolites in the sample compete with an opiate derivative immobilized on a porous membrane for limited antibody sites. This is the preferred scientific method for qualitative assay. In the assay procedure, urine mixes with labeled antibody-dye conjugate and migrates through test device. When Oxycodone levels are below 100 ng/ml (the detection cutoff sensitivity of the test) unbound antibody-dye conjugate binds to immobilized antigen conjugate in the Test Zone ("T"), producing a pink-rose colored band that indicates a negative result. Conversely, when Oxycodone levels are above the detection limit, antibody-dye conjugate binds to the free drug, forming an antigen-antibody-dye complex. The complex competes with immobilized antigen conjugate in the Test Zone, preventing the development of a pink-rose colored band. Regardless of the test result, a color band is produced in the Control Zone ("C") by a non-specific sandwich dye conjugate reaction. This band serves as a built-in quality control by demonstrating antibody recognition, verifying that the reagents are chemically active, and confirming that the test was performed correctly.


Test Device and Dropper Pipette individually sealed in foil pouch with complete instructions.


  1. Collect a urine sample from test subject using a suitable clean container preferably glass.

  2. Refrigerated specimens or other materials should be equilibrated to room temperature before testing.

  3. Open the foil pouch at the notch, remove the test device, and if required, label the device with the donor ID.

  4. Holding the dropper vertically as shown, add 4 drops of urine into the sample well "S" waiting 5 seconds between drops.

  5. Observe migration, or lateral flow of the sample across the entire test panel. Add additional sample drops if migration is not complete.

  6. Positive results may be observed as soon as 5 minutes, depending on the concentration of Oxycodone in the tested specimen. To confirm negative results, a complete reaction time of 8-10 minutes is required. Do not interpret results after 15 minutes.





The development of two lines, a control line and a test line, in the test result window indicates a negative test screen for the targeted drug or drug metabolite.

The development of only one line, the control line, in the test result window indicates a positive test screen for the targeted drug or drug metabolite.

The absence of a control line in the test result window indicates an invalid test result regardless of the presence of a test line in the test result window.

Positive: One (1) pink-rose band appears in the control zone and no band appears in the test zone. A positive result indicates the Oxycodone level is 100 ng/ml or higher in the test urine sample.
Negative: One band appears in the test zone and one band appears in the control zone. A negative result indicates that the Oxycodone level is below the detection sensitivity of 300 ng/ml. IMPORTANT: any line, no matter how faint, appearing in the test area confirms a negative test.
Invalid: If there are no distinct color bands visible in both the test zone and the control zone or if there is a visible band in the test zone but not in the control zone, then the test is invalid. In this instance, re-testing of the specimen is required.


The QuickScreen™ One-Step Rapid Oxycodone test is now available to professionals and individuals concerned with Oxycodone abuse. The test is one-step, fast, self-contained, individually packaged and can be performed any time the targeted drug use or abuse is suspected. The tests come in order units of five (5) individual tests at a cost per single diagnosis/screen of $4.00 for the minimum order unit. For testing situations where sample adulteration is suspect, a Rapid Urine Adulteration test is available.

Description Sale Unit Cost  

QuickScreen Rapid Oxycodone (OXY) Test Cassette

Five (5) Tests



Fifteen (15) Tests



Thirty (30) Tests



One Hundred (100) Tests



Two Hundred Fifty (250) Tests


*If the order buttons are absent or inoperable, please use the pricing overview page to order.

Urine Sample Validity
and Adulteration Test Strips are available:
Adulteration Test

Professional specimen collection containers available separately: Specimen Containers


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