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ACON One Step 6 Panel Drug Test Card

 

ACON One Step 6 Panel Drug Test Card
DOA-1264
(25 Tests)
ACON 6 panel one step dip and read urine test card. This drug test card will detect THC, COC, OPI, AMP, PCP, and MDMA. FDA Cleared and CLIA Classified as Moderately Complex. (FDA 510K#: K061718)

$108.70

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The ACON 6 Panel Drug Screening Test Card is a Rapid One-step Urine Drug of Abuse Test Kit used to Screen for 6 drugs of abuse and their metabolites at the minimum cutoff sensitivity levels established by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, World Health Organization (WHO) and SAMHSA.

The dip type on-site test kit is simple to use and the results are easily interpreted. The donor voids into the cup and gives the specimen to a collector. The collector inserts the test card into the specimen, removes the test card from the specimen, and places it on a flat surface for processing. The result is ready to read within 5 minutes.

BENEFITS:

  • Dip the card in the specimen for 10-15 seconds
  • Lie on a flat surface
  • Read the results in as little as 5 minutes, but not more than 10 minutes       
  • The replaceable cap prevents messes 
  • FDA-Cleared
  • Easy-to-use
  • Very accurate
  • Extremely inexpensive

CPT CODE*: G0434QW - Drug screen, other than chromatographic; any number of drug classes, by CLIA waived test or moderate complexity test, per patient encounter.

Reimbursement: $20.83

*All CPT codes are supplied for information purposes only and represent no statement; promise or guarantee by CLIAwaivedTM Inc. that these codes will be appropriate or that reimbursement will be made. It is the responsibility of the service provider to confirm the appropriate coding required by their local Medicare carriers, fiscal intermediaries and commercial payors.