what do the letters oxymor610 mean is this a motabolite of oxycontin
Person's Gender: Female
Person's Age: 48
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showed up on results of a drug test
This is most likely the name of the drug test used.Oxy Mor 10 is the name of a 10 panel drug test.Look it up here:http://www.rapidexams.com/10-Panel-Multi-Drug-Screen-Dip-Test-OXY-Opiates-p/w14104.htmTake care.I hope my answer has helped you. Do not hesitate to ask further questions if you need more info. Bonus and a good feedback is always welcome.
The paper says that the test was positive for oxymor610
my mistake the paper says oxmor610
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Yes, this means you tested positive for an opiate metabolite in the system.
Do you take any opiates?
Thank you for your question:The oxymorphone is a metabolite that is used to identify recent use of oxycodone. The number 610 is likely the concentration as measured in ng/ml.This would be explained by use of oxycodone (Percocet, Oxycontin). Other opiates such as morphine, codeine or hydrocodone would NOT explain this result.41052.8051570949
yes this person does take opiates if lortab is considered an opiate. what about combanations of drugs he also takes toradol, soma, atarax, and was taking an antibiotic and had just recieved a shot of decadron. I know antibiotics, steroids and even ibroprophen can sometimes cause false + on drug screens.
The various medications that cause false positives on drug tests applies only to the screening immunoassay test. It would seem that this test was confirmed with GC/MS (gas chromatography-mass spectrometry) since the result included a specific level.You should however check with the laboratory. If is was in fact confirmed with GC/MS, then there is no concern about false positives.