Depending on the type of drug to be detected, the laboratory can analyze different types of biological samples: urine, saliva and hair. The approximate days of detection vary according to the drug to be analyzed, type and frequency of consumption, purity, biological sample used for analysis, physiology of the person, etc.
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Price: 105 € + IVA (all drugs tested at once)
TAT: 5 working days (monday to friday)
Saliva is suitable for determining drug use in the last 24-48 hours. A sample of saliva is obtained using a swab and placed immediately in the collection tube provided by the laboratory together with its container, to ensure safe transport and storage. This test measures the presence of cocaine, opiates, amphetamine, methamphetamine, ecstasy and cannabis.
Prices: 12 to 137 € + IVA depending on drug type and determination
TAT: 2 to 7 working days (monday to friday) depending on drug type and determination
Drugs can be detected in urine for several days after use. A urine sample is collected in the 50 ml. urine flask provided by the laboratory. The groups of drugs or substances that can be detected are: cocaine, opiates, amphetamine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, cannabis, LSD, phencyclidine, methaqualone, ketamine, liquid ectasy (GHB) and methadone.
Prices: from 240 to 400 € + IVA depending on drug type and determination
TAT: 21 working days (monday to friday)
This biological sample allows to know if there has been drug use (cocaine, cannabis and MDMA (ectasy)) in a longer period of time than other types of samples. To this can be analyzed different sections of hair (1cm / month estimated growth). The sample should be cut, from the back of the head, a strand as close as possible to the base of the scalp. You must indicate on the lock which part belongs to the base of the hair and the centimeters (the first from the base analyze consumption last month) and the drug to be detected.
Consult the different types of drugs analyzed according to biological sample
If you need to certified the origin of the sample, the laboratory should monitor the sampling and chain of custody throughout the process.