Dr. John V. Kelly’s office uses drug screening to ensure that patients are not experiencing accidental overdose and to monitor substance abuse for medical and legal purposes. Toxicological screening is the chemical analysis designed to test patients for a variety of substances present in their system, especially necessary before undergoing a medical procedure.
Urine drug screens can detect the use of the several drugs including: cocaine, amphetamines, heroin, morphine, phencyclidine (PCP), benzodiazepines, alcohol, hydromorphone, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), propoxyphene, codeine, barbituates and even poppy seads since they derived from opium poppies.
Among the workplace, urine screening is an office procedure that more and more businesses are adapting to ensure a safe workplace, while monitoring their employees medical compliances and determining if there is any drug abuse. The staff at Dr. John V. Kelly’s office is focused on keeping urine screenings confidential and capable of successful interpreting the screening results to determine any conditions that their patient may be facing included detectable drug abuse. Nearly all government companies in New Jersey including law enforcement and transportation are required to have regular urine screenings for drug testing purposes.