Resources – Announcements
Lowest Fentanyl Cutoffs in Umbilical Cord Tissue
We offer fentanyl cutoff levels for umbilical cord tissue testing that are lower than anyone else in the industry.
Cotinine Detection in Hair and Nail Specimens
Long-term detection of the nicotine biomarker cotinine is now available in hair and fingernail specimens. This test was created to determine the exposure of the donor to environmental tobacco smoke and can be added to any hair or nail test panel or ordered as a stand-alone test.
Newborn Drug Testing for Kratom Exposure in Umbilical Cord Tissue Commercially Available
Gabapentin Detection in Umbilical Cord
Test Helps Identify Newborns Exposed to Fentanyl Abuse
Des Plaines, IL., October 1, 2019—Over the last few decades, United States Drug Testing Laboratories, Inc. (USDTL), has been quietly making a huge impact on the lives of some of the most vulnerable Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patients, newborns exposed to substances of abuse during gestation. Today USDTL announced that they are the first laboratory in the world to commercially offer newborn fentanyl testing in both meconium and umbilical cord tissue specimens.
Now Offering Kratom Testing in Urine
Update to Fingernail Collection
Quantity Not Sufficient (QNS) Explained
USDTL is now ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited
Cutoffs for Antihistamine Drugs in Urine Lowered
Changes to Fingernail Collection Procedures