Toxicology Tests

Drug Tests

Testing Specimens may include Urine, Oral Fluid, Blood, Hair and Nails


  • Five (5) Panel
    • Amphetamines/Methamphetamines
    • Cocaine metabolite
    • Opiates
    • Phencyclidine (PCP)
    • THC metabolite (marijuana)
  • Ten (10) Panel
    • Five (5) Panel above, plus
    • Barbiturates
    • Benzodiazepenes
    • Methadone
    • Propoxyphene
  • Extended Opiates
    • Codeine
    • Morphine
    • Hydrocodone
    • Hydromorphone
    • Oxycodone
    • Oxymorphone
    • Tramadol
    • Meperidine
  • Tricyclic Antidepressants
  • Restricted Medications for Medical Facilities



Alcohol Tests

Testing Specimens may include Urine, Blood, Oral Fluid, Hair, and Breath

Alcohol abuse is one of the leading causes of relationship problems, risk and safety situations, absenteeism and personal injury. Approximately 1 in 10 Americans have an alcohol problem. The use of alcohol can be monitored through different types of alcohol tests, including:Breathalizer

  • Alcohol
    • Ethyl
    • Ethanol
    • Methyl
    • Isopropyl
  • Ethyl Glucoronide (EtG)
  • Breath Analyzer


An alcohol test may also be added to a urine, blood or oral fluid specimen drug test panel for comprehensive testing purposes.

Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault Panel

(aka "date rape" or "club" drugs)

Testing Specimens may include Urine, Blood, Hair, and Suspected Container

“Date Rape” drugs are hypnotics, sedatives and other types of medications that cause a person to have lapses in memory; loss of motor control, consciousness and/or inhibitions; and slurred speech. Many times the pills are slipped into beverages. When mixed with alcohol, the affect of these drugs intensify.


Testing Specimens may include:

  • Blood (up to 5 hours after ingestion)
  • Urine (generally 3 to 5 days after ingestion)
  • Hair (collected 10 - 14 days after the incident minimum)
  • Suspected glass or container in which the alleged drug was placed


ExperTox offers comprehensive date rape panels. View a comprehensive description of what drugs are tested here.

Heavy Metals Exposure Tests

Testing Specimens may include Urine, Oral Fluid, Blood, Hair and Nails

Certain heavy metals are essential to good health, such as selenium and magnesium. The term “heavy metals” also includes arsenic, hexavalent chromium (chromium-6), lead, cadmium and mercury, to name a few. You can get too much of a good thing and with heavy metals, it can be toxic.


What makes a person more susceptible to heavy metal exposure?


  • Working in certain positions and industries, including but not limited to:
    • Welding/Grinding
    • Commercial and Industrial Painting
    • Smelting
    • Oil and Gas Refining
    • Electroplating
    • Aircraft Production
    • The Military
  • The environment
  • Exposure to lead-based paint or lead pipes
  • Smokers
  • People with certain liver or blood diseases


ExperTox offers a wide array of individual heavy metal tests and panels. Contact us for assistance.

Meconium Drug Test


Meconium is a newborn’s first stool, usually present during a mother’s labor and delivery. A hospital or attending physician orders drug testing on the baby’s meconium if they suspect the mother used drugs during her pregnancy. Symptoms the newborn may show include low birth weight or premature birth.


The test results help the hospital, doctors, social services and/or Child Protective Services determine the best medical and future care for the child. A ten (10) panel drug test is performed on the meconium specimen on a STAT basis, using limit of detection principles versus cut-off levels.

Contact us for additional information about meconium testing for hospitals and birthing centers.




Unknown Substance Analysis

Testing Specimens may include Urine, Oral Fluid, Blood, Hair and Nails

An unknown substance analysis is performed when a person finds a pill, powder or other substance that they suspect is a drug, or an unknown stain or specimen that needs to be identified as biological or not.


ExperTox® is the expert in identifying questionable substances – call us for details.

Unknown Poison and Toxin Analysis


An unknown poison and toxin analysis tests for unknown chemicals, poisons and toxins that include but are not limited to pesticides, herbacides, rodenticides,  organic exposure chemicals, painting or cleaning products, and possible allergens. This analysis does not test for drugs or heavy metals. This is only a scan and will only report what is found. We do not give out quantitative levels for findings.   No two situations are alike, so contact ExperTox for assistance if you suspect poisoning or toxic exposure.


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