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What is Creatinine?

Posted by Drug Test City on  June 24, 2020
Category: Drug Testing
The most popular and consistent test for adulteration of drug tests is creatinine. Many people confuse this with creatine, but what is creatinine and how does it indicate that a drug test has been tampered with? Creatinine concentration is checked during standard urine drug tests. What is Creatinine? Creatinine is the primary metabolite of creatine that is produced when creatine is broken down in muscles. It is then expelled in the urine. Since creatine is

How Much Water Will Dilute a Drug Test?

Posted by Drug Test City on  June 17, 2020
Category: Drug Testing
The most common drug test adulteration technique is drinking water to dilute a urine sample. The variation in water expelled in urine from person to person makes it hard to detect and since the urine still comes from the subject’s body temperature strips and observation witnesses cannot detect water dilution. How much water does it take to dilute a drug test enough to pass though? How Drug Tests Work The first thing you need to
David J Russo Greene County District Attorney
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that child protection officials may not order drug tests as part of a child abuse investigation on Tuesday, June 16th. The Justices sided with prosecutor David J. Russo who had recently come under fire from CPS agents. Greene county received a confidential tip that David Russo was seen publicly intoxicated while caring for five children and that he had been charged with spousal abuse. The Greene County child protective service
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What Drugs to Test Employees For

Posted by Drug Test City on  June 16, 2020
Category: Drug Testing
As a business owner it can be hard to decide what drugs to test employees for. Different regions have different drug problems and considerations, but there may be a one size fits all solution. When deciding what drugs to test employees for you should consider these factors: What drugs are popular in the area of operation? Are any drugs popular in your industry? Which drugs have the most potential to negatively affect your business? Which
drug test results come back positive
So you were given a drug test a recently and when the results came back your were positive for one or more drugs. You may have suspected they would, or in rare cases it’s a total surprise. What should you expect and what should you do when your drug test results come back positive? Don’t Freak Out When Your Drug Test Results Come Back Positive A positive drug test is not the end of the
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What is a False Negative on a Drug Test?

Posted by Drug Test City on  June 8, 2020
Category: Drug Testing
Most people are familiar with false positives on drug tests, but are unaware of false negatives. What is a false negative on a drug test, what can you do to prevent them and what should you do if you identify one? What is a False Negative Drug Test? A false negative is any time that under normal circumstances a drug test would be positive for an individual but for some reason results are negative. An
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What is a False Positive on a Drug Test?

Posted by Drug Test City on  June 5, 2020
Category: Drug Testing
When people fail drug tests they often claim that it was faulty or there is some mistake. In most cases this is a ruse and the individual is dirty, but false positives on drug tests are real and many innocent patients have failed a drug test only to be vindicated later on by a confirmation. So what exactly is a false positive on a drug test and when is it just another attempt at subverting
Can a Drug Test Detect Gender

Can Drug Tests Detect Gender?

Posted by Drug Test City on  June 4, 2020
Category: Drug Testing
We’ve all heard the stories of a man bringing his wife’s urine to cheat on a drug test and when he asks the doctor about his results the doctor responds “well you’re clean on drugs, but did you know you were pregnant?”. Can drug tests detect gender, or is this an urban legend that is an entertainment trope? Can drug tests detect gender? This is actually a complicated question with many aspects. In the simplest