Premier Bio-Cup Quiz

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1. The Premier Bio-Cup test is...?
A preliminary, rapid screening test
A confirmatory test
A test to measure how intoxicated the individual is
None of the Above

2. Presumptive positive results should be read at...?
2 Minutes
5 Minutes
As soon as the control and test line appears
60 Minutes

3. Which of the following describes a step in preparing for the sample collection?
Ask the donor to thoroughly wash their hands prior to providing their sample
Backpacks and purses should remain out of the restroom
Remove items that could be used to tamper the specimen (cleansers, disinfectants, etc.)
All of the above

4. A normal temperature range for a urine specimen is...?
Not necessary to verify temperature

5. A Premier Bio-Cup may be used after the expiration date if...?
The cup has not been opened yet
The cup has been frozen
The cup should never be used past the expiration date
The cup is within 1 month of the expiration date

6. A test line that is very light in intensity should be...?
Considered invalid
Interpreted as negative
Interpreted as presumptive positive
Re-run since the results are questionable

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7. According to the results in the image above, this test indicates a negative result for...?
COC150, K2, MET500

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8. According to the results in the image above, this test indicates a presumptive positive result for...?
COC150, K2, MET500

9. Premier Bio-Cup test results are stable for...?
5 minutes
2-5 minutes
60 minutes
2 hours

10. If the temperature of a specimen is not within normal range...?
Assume the donor recently drank a cold beverage
Specimen should be considered invalid and another sample should be collected
Specimen should be considered presumptive positive

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