Commonly prescribed medications and potential false-positive urine drug screens.

@article{Brahm2010CommonlyPM,
  title={Commonly prescribed medications and potential false-positive urine drug screens.},
  author={Nancy Brahm and Lynn L Yeager and M. Fox and K. Farmer and T. Palmer},
  journal={American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists},
  year={2010},
  volume={67 16},
  pages={
          1344-50
        }
}
  • Nancy Brahm, Lynn L Yeager, +2 authors T. Palmer
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine
  • American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • PURPOSE The implications of potential false-positive urine drug screen (UDS) results for patients receiving commonly prescribed medications were evaluated. [...] Key Method The references of each report describing a medication whose use was associated with false-positive UDS results were also reviewed. If a class effect was suspected, additional agents in the category were searched. A total of 25 reports of false-positive UDS results were identified. Categories of medications included antihistamines…Expand Abstract
    87 Citations
    False-positive interferences of common urine drug screen immunoassays: a review.
    • 113
    • PDF
    Urine drug screens: Considerations for the psychiatric pharmacist
    PHARMACOKINETICS IN PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY
    • 2015
    False-positive urine phencyclidine immunoassay screen result caused by interference by tramadol and its metabolites.
    • 16
    Amphetamine Positive Urine Toxicology Screen Secondary to Atomoxetine
    • 5
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 42 REFERENCES
    Urine drug screening: practical guide for clinicians.
    • 360
    • PDF
    False-Positive Urine Opiate Screening Associated with Fluoroquinolone Use
    • 30
    Clinical inquiries. What common substances can cause false positives on urine screens for drugs of abuse?
    • 29
    Investigation of interference by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in urine tests for abused drugs.
    • 51
    • PDF
    False-Positive Amphetamine Screen Following a Trazodone Overdose
    • 25
    Quinolones and false-positive urine screening for opiates by immunoassay technology.
    • 69
    • PDF
    Reduced interference by phenothiazines in amphetamine drug of abuse immunoassays.
    • 24
    • Highly Influential
    False-positive immunochemical screen for methadone attributable to metabolites of verapamil.
    • 28
    • PDF