Delta-9 THC (Quantitative), Oral Fluid (Saliva) Test (8900OF)

Delta-9 THC (Quantitative), Oral Fluid (Saliva) Test (8900OF)

Analysis Code 8900OF 
Test Name Delta-9 THC (Quantitative), Oral Fluid (Saliva) 
Test Includes Delta-9 THC 
Compound Synonym(s) Active Ingredient of Marijuana; Cannabinoids; delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol 
Purpose Identification and Quantitation; This test is New York State approved. 
Category Cannabinoid 
Method(s) High Performance Liquid Chromatography/
TandemMass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) 
Specimen Requirements 1 mL Oral Fluid (Saliva) 
Transport Temperature Refrigerated 
Specimen Container Oral Fluid collection device 
Special Handling Immunalysis QuantisalTM collection device is preferred. Other collection devices are acceptable; however they may affect the reporting limit of the assay. Pour-off containers from non- Immunalysis QuantisalTM collection devices are acceptable. Samples are stable up to 3 days at room temperature and should be refrigerated thereafter. DO NOT FREEZE the OraSure Intercept┬« or Immunalysis QuantisalTM collection devices. 
Light Protection Required Not Required 
Stability Room Temperature: Not Stable
Refrigerated: 2 day(s)
Frozen (-20 ┬░C): Undetermined

The listed stability was determined for the Quantisal device with the pad stored inside the device. Additional stability information follows:
Quantisal device with pad outside the device: Room Temperature = 2 days; Refrigerated = 21 days; Frozen = 60 days.
Intercept device with pad inside the device: Room Temperature = 0 days; Refrigerated = 0 days.
Intercept device with pad outside the device: Room Temperature = 21 days; Refrigerated = 30 days; Frozen = 60 days. 
*Rejection Criteria Received Room Temperature. 
Day(s) Test Set-up / TAT [LC-MS/MS] Monday Wednesday Friday / 3 days 
Suggested CPT Code 80349 
**Minimum Volume 0.45 mL 
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*Rejection criteria pertain to clinical specimen submissions only.
**Stated minimum volume allows for a single analysis. Repeat analysis will not be performed.


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