How to Use the First Check® Home Drug Test


Step 1: Take the Test

  • When you are ready to test, remove the Test Lid from the sealed foil pouch.
  • Remove plastic wrapper from the Collection Cup.
  • Fill the Cup with urine to at least the minimum fill level line as indicated on the side of the cup.

Step 2: Activate the Test

  • Twist the Test Lid securely on to the Collection Cup.
  • Ensure the lid is fastened tightly.
  • Once secure, activate the test by tipping the Collection Cup on its side, resting the Legs on a flat surface.
  • The First Check logo should be facing up as shown.

Step 3: Read Your Results

You can read your results after 5 minutes, but do not wait longer than 10 minutes.
  • A red or pink colored line will appear next to the word Control to indicate the test has worked correctly.
  • The result will appear next to the word Drug after 5 minutes.
  • A red or pink colored line will indicate a NEGATIVE Result for that drug, regardless of how dark or light the lines may appear. No further testing is required.
  • NO red or pink colored line will indicate a PRELIMINARY POSITIVE Result. 

How to Use a First Check® Home Drug Test (Panel)


Step 1: Collect a Sample

When you are ready to test, collect a urine sample in your own clean disposable cup.

Step 2: Take the Test

Remove the First Check Test and the Dropper from the foil pouch. Place on a flat dry surface.
  • Using the Dropper, drop 3 large drops of urine (without pausing between drops) into the Sample Well.
  • Hold the Dropper upright and high enough above the Sample Well to be able to count the drops.
  • Do not touch the First Check Test for 5 minutes while results are developing.

Step 3: Read your Results

Results should appear in 5 minutes, but do not read your results after 10 minutes.
  • A line should appear next to the letter C this will ensure the test has worked properly.
  • The result will appear in the drug abbreviation (THC and/or COC) within 5 minutes.

Negative

A red or pink colored line next to the C (Control Line) AND a red or pink colored line next to the drug abbreviation (THC and/or COC) indicates a Negative Result for that drug, regardless of how dark or light the lines may appear. No further testing is required.

Preliminary Positive

A red or pink colored line next to the C (Control Line) and NO line next to the drug abbreviation (THC and/or COC) indicates a Preliminary Positive Result for that drug.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Panel Home Drug Test