Commonly Prescribed Medications and Potential False-positive Urine Drug Screens

Nancy C. Brahm; Lynn L. Yeager; Mark D. Fox; Kevin C. Farmer; Tony A. Palmer

Disclosures

Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2010;67(16):1344-1350. 

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Conclusion

A number of routinely prescribed medications have been associated with triggering false-positive UDS results. Verification of the test results with a different screening test or additional analytical tests should be performed to avoid adverse consequences for the patients.

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