Pain Practice Laboratory
Pain Practice Laboratory
Carolina Liquid Chemistries makes in office urine drug testing ( UDT) easy! Carolina Liquid Chemistries the specialist in Pain Practice Laboratory set ups and offers a variety of UDT testing instruments to meet the needs of your practice in terms of volume, test menu and costs. CLC offers the: Biolis 24i, BS 200, CLC480, CLC720 and refurbished Olympus AU instrumentation. CLC instruments are the fastest-growing chemistry analyzers for testing drugs of abuse — with the widest test menu in the industry. Call Carolina Liquid Chemistries today and find out more.
Carolina Liquid Chemistries’ BioLis 24i / CLC480, CLC720, BS 200 and Refurbished Olympus AU instruments are available for pain medication monitoring.
Pain management clinics that must monitor patients’ use and potential abuse of prescription drugs can now perform drug testing within their own facilities with the Carolina Pain Laboratory. The Carolina Pain Laboratory package consists of: instrument, reagents, training and assistance with validation, laboratory certification and compliance. Your Carolina Liquid Chemistries representative will provides access to qualified laboratory CLIA/COLA consultants, billing and coding consultant, toxicologists, clinical pathologists and more.
Now, Physicians and their patients can benefit by same-day results on the patient’s drug levels - which means YOU can provide feedback to the patient in terms of treatment decisions and medication adjustments, the same day as the office visit.
In addition to faster results, an in-house laboratory analysis of prescription pain medication usage provides better quality control with lower risk of lab error or tampering. The test menu includes Drugs of Abuse to include: 6-AM, Alcohol (ETOH), Amphetamine (AMPH), Barbiturate (BARB), Benzodiazpine (BENZ), Buprenorphine(BUPR), Cannabinoid (THC), Cocaine (COCM), Methadone Metabolites (EDDP),Ethylglucuronide (ETG), Cotinine Assay, Ecstacy (XTSY), Methadone (METD), Opiate (OP), Oxycodone (OXY), Phencyclidine (PCP), Propoxyphene (PROX), and Tricyclics (TCA). The test menu also includes adulterants to include: Cromate (CRO), Urine Creatinine (UCREA), Nitrite (NIT), and Oxidant (OX), Fentanyl* (FENT), Meperidine * (MEP), Tramadol* (TRAM), Zolpidem* (ZOL), Carispprodol* (CARI). *For Forensic use.
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