A new test can be used to spot the most egregious drug abuse.
In a recent article, Bleacher reports that the drug test can detect more than a dozen drugs, including fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamines, MDMA, amphetamines and methamphetamine.
The new drug test has a positive reading of “methamphetamine” when a sample is sent to a lab.
The test can also detect traces of oxycodone, morphine, Xanax and the benzodiazepine GABA.
Bleacher also reports that a new test for fentanyl can spot it in up to two-thirds of the urine samples.
A new drug testing tool called the urine drug assay can also show if someone is abusing prescription drugs.
This test can spot cocaine, heroin and methamphets in a sample.
While a urine drug testing kit can detect all the drugs in a person’s system, it’s more accurate for detecting drugs that are more likely to be involved in a serious overdose.
“We have been able to identify the most severe drugs and the most dangerous drugs, which means they are more prone to being in the system,” Dr. David Hock, the director of the University of Arizona’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, told Bleacher.
It’s unclear how many of these drugs are in the urine, but Hock told Bleachers that they are “more common in people who are abusing prescription medications.”
“People are using it as a way to identify people that are dangerous, because we know that more people have overdoses than we’re able to control,” he said.
Hock is calling on the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to develop a urine test.
A urine drug screening kit is not only safer than a blood test, but is also more accurate and faster.
It’s also not subject to false positives, meaning there’s less chance of a false positive result.
One drug tested was methamphetamine, which Hock said is “one of the most commonly abused drugs.”
The Drug Enforcement Agency has said that the test is safe, but they will be developing a urine testing tool to be used with the urine test in the future.
Drug testing is still a niche market in many countries, but it’s gaining popularity in the U.S. and around the world.