Hi there...it depends on what test is being ordered. If you are referring to an employment type screen, they use a basic test that will look for the presence of more common benzos. Various benzos follow different metabolic pathways, therefore if a certain drug was being tested for, a more specific lab test would be ordered.
I wondered that, and also different types of opiates such as t3/or hydro codiene and percaset..do they show differentlly on tests? if sent to A parole officers' labe? My friend uses alot of these because of a job related injury...sometimes he needs more or less and he says his PO is counting his perscriptions!! If he replaced them will he get in trouble? It would be a shame, he's a good kid.
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