Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) Screen 1, Blood Test (8756B)
||Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) Screen 1, Blood
||25B-NBOMe; 25C-NBOMe; 25H-NBOMe; 25I-NBOMe; 2C-B; 2C-H; 2C-N; 3-FMC; 4-MEC; 5-MeO-DMT; 5-MeO-DiPT; AMT; Alpha PBP; Alpha PPP; BZP; Buphedrone; Butylone; DBZP; DET; DMAA; DMT; Ethcathinone; Ethylone; Etizolam; Flephedrone; MDPV; MPBP; Mephedrone; Methedrone; Methoxetamine; Methylone; Mitragynine; Pentedrone; Pentylone; Phenazepam; Salvinorin B; TFMPP; alpha-PVP
||Bath Salts; For a complete listing, contact Client Support at 800.522.6671.
||Forensic Analysis; Exclusion Screen; This test is New York State approved.
||Stimulant, NPS, Hallucinogen, Drugs of Abuse, Plant alkaloid
||High Performance Liquid Chromatography/Time
ofFlight-Mass Spectrometry (LC/TOF-MS)
||6 mL Blood
||Gray top tube (NaF/KOX), Gray top tube (Sodium Fluoride / Potassium Oxalate), Lavender top tube (EDTA)
|Light Protection Required
||Room Temperature: Not Stable
Refrigerated: 2 day(s)
Frozen (-20 °C): 14 day(s)
If this test contains multiple compounds, the reported stability reflects that which is least stable. Stability may vary among compounds included in the test and may be dependent upon matrix, pH, collection tube, and storage temperature. Negative results should be interpreted with caution. For more information on stability of a specific compound please contact the laboratory.
NOTE: If the test contains multiple compounds samples received at room temperature will not be rejected.
||Not received Light Protected. Received Room Temperature. Received Refrigerated.
|Day(s) Test Set-up / TAT
||[LC/TOF-MS] Tuesday / 5 days
|Suggested CPT Code
(when required, addl' fee may apply)
|For a complete listing of the reflex tests, contact Client Support at 800.522.6671.
|Test Summary Sheet
*Rejection criteria pertain to clinical specimen submissions only.
**Stated minimum volume allows for a single analysis. Repeat analysis will not be performed.