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Clinical Toxicology 

Toxicology Testing at Bach Diagnostics

At Bach Diagnostics, we offer comprehensive toxicology testing services, providing accurate and reliable results through advanced screening and mass spectrometry confirmation. Our toxicology services include:

  • Screening and Confirmation: Our initial toxicology screening tests provide rapid detection of a wide range of substances. For precise identification, we employ mass spectrometry for confirmation, ensuring reliable and accurate results.

  • Oral and Urine Toxicology: We perform toxicology tests using both oral and urine samples, offering flexibility in sample collection to accommodate patient needs and preferences. These tests are designed to detect various substances, including drugs of abuse, prescription medications, and other toxicants.

  • Clinical Support: Our team of experienced toxicologists and laboratory scientists provides clinical support to healthcare providers, helping to interpret results and guide treatment decisions.

  • Timely Reporting: Our streamlined testing process ensures quick turnaround times for results, minimizing waiting periods and facilitating prompt medical interventions.

 

At Bach Diagnostics, our toxicology testing services support patient care and safety, providing accurate information for effective medical decisions.

Pain Management  

 

Our comprehensive, customized services

provide accurate results with a rapid turn around. Our proprietary methods provide a comprehensive list of drugs that can be tested. 

 

Pain Management Drug Panel

 

Illicit

Tetrahydrocannabinoids (THC)*

Cannabinoid Synthethic K2*

6MAM (Heroin Metabolite)

Methamphetamines

MDMA

MDA

MDEA

Phencyclidine (PCP)

 

Amphetamines

Amphetamine

Methampetamine

Phenylpropanolamine

Pseudoephedrine

Phentermine

 

Antidepressant/Psychotropics

Amitriptyline

Buproprion

Citalopram

NorCitalopram

Desipramine

Doxepin

Duloxetine

Fluoxetine

Imipramine

Mirtazapine

Nortriptyline

Paroxetine

Sertaline

Trazadone

Venlafaxine

Norvenlafaxine

 

Barbiturates

Amobarbital

Butalbital

Pentobarbital

Phenobarbital

Secobarbital

 

Benzodiazepines

Alpha-hydroxyalprazolam

Alprazolam

Clonazepam

7-aminoclonazepam

Diazepam

Flunitrazepam

7-aminoflunitrazepam

Flurazepam

Lorazepam

Midazolam

Nordiazepam

Oxazepam

Temazepam

Triazolam

 

Muscle Relaxants

Carisoprodol

Cyclobenzaprine

Meprobamate

 

Neuropathics

Gabpaentin

Pregabalin

 

Opioids-Natural/Synthetic

Buprenorphine

Norbuprenorphine

Codeine

Dextromethrophan

Fentanyl

Norfentanyl

Hydrocodone

Hydromorphone

Meperidine

Normeperidine

Methadone

EDDP

Morphine

Naloxone

Naltrexone

Oxycodone

Oxymorphone

Propoxyphene

Norpropoxyphene

Pentazocine

Sufetanil

 

Others

Carbamazepine

Oxacarbazepine

Methylphenidate

Ketamine*

Ethyl Glucuride*

Zolpidem*

 

Validity Testing

Creatinine

Oxidant

pH

Specific Gravity

 

*Assay performed by Immunoassay

 

 

 

Urine Drug Screen

 

Basic urine drug panel

Our urine drug panel provides rapid analysis of the eight most commonly tested drugs.

 

Amphetamines

Barbiturates

Benzodiazepines

Cocaine

Ecstasy (MDMA)

Opiates

Pencyclidine (PCP)

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

 

Extended urine drug screen
Our extended drug panel screens for twenty two of the most commonly used drugs. 

 

Amphetamines

Barbiturates

Benzodiazepines

Buprenorphine

Carisoprodol

Cocaine

Ecstacy (MDMA)

Ethyl Glucuronide

Fentanyl

6 MAM (Heroine Metabolite)

Ketamine

Meperidine

Methadone

Opiates

Oxycodone

Phencyclidine

Propoxyphene

Tapentadol

Tramadol

Tetrahydrocannabionol (THC)

Zolpidem

 

Customizable Drug Screen

 

We can create custom drug panels to meet the needs of our providers.  Providers can work with our application specialist and pathologist to create a specialized panel. 

 

Our pathologist and scientists are constantly working on creating new drug assays.   If a provider is interested in including a new drug to their panel, please contact our application specialist to begin working on creating a new assay.

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