Does Quick Fix 5.7 pass listed tests?

Discussion in 'Drug Testing' started by tign8r, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. tign8r

    tign8r Registered+

    I have read all over the internet and here trying to determine if quick fix will pass ALL of the following tests:

    * 1. Leukocytes
    * 2. Nitrite
    * 3. Urobilinogen
    * 4. Protein
    * 5. pH
    * 6. Blood
    * 7. Specific Gravity
    * 8. Ketone
    * 9. Bilirubin
    * 10. Glucose

    Anyone know? The place I'm going tests for all of the above.
    Someone please ease my mind....
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2009
  2. funkyskunk

    funkyskunk Registered

    call spectrum lab and ask them.
  3. killerweed420

    killerweed420 Registered+

    Yeah I'd call them to be sure. I know they use to market it for passing insurance tests
    Product Details
    The Quick Fix synthetic urine is premixed laboratory urine designed to protect your privacy during a urine test. The Quick Fix is unisex so a male or female can use it to pass nicotine tests. To ensure passing a urinalysis, the Quick Fix contains all the ingredients normally found in urine and is balanced for pH, specific gravity, creatinine, and several other urine characteristics. The Quick Fix bottle comes with an attached temperature strip and heating pad to ensure the sample is at body temperature. The Quick Fix contains two ounces of synthetic urine as required by guidelines. If a lab demands more than two ounces, that demand is operating outside of most guidelines. Request the lab record the volume of the sample before disposal and be sure to document the error.
  4. tign8r

    tign8r Registered+

    So I called Spectrum Lab today, twice lol.

    According to both individuals I spoke with at the lab Quick Fix 5.7 will pass the tests I listed in the original thread. I specifically told them that Concentra does a UA dipstick (for the listed components) and that I was concerned because I was trying to cover up the fact that I am a cigarette smoker and the company I'm trying to get into is a "smoke free" environment and will not hire a cig smoker. I explained my concerns about the test and that I needed reassurance that I wasn't only going to pass the nicotine test but that I would also pass the other test.

    Both individuals I spoke with assurred me that Quick Fix 5.7 will test normally.
    Both stated that the the Quick Fix 5.7 product will result all tests within normal ranges or negative on the dipstick including pH, specific gravity and creatinine.

    I do know from some medical training I went through that things such as leukocytes, protein, blood and glucose should not be in your urine as they are signs of infection/kidney troubles. I looked online and found the website below that shows (about 1/4 of the way down the page) what tests should fall under "normal/negative".

    TS3 Introduction to Ultrasound, CT and MRI

    Although they eased my mind a little I am still nervous as hell about the test.
    I've only subbed once before and it worked like a charm. I am praying that it works this time as well.

    I test tomorrow morning at 7am and will definitely let everyone know what my outcome is. Keep your fingers crossed that these testing facilities aren't on to us and this is the sure fire way to nail us.....

    Thanks. Tig
  5. tign8r

    tign8r Registered+

    My Quick Fix 5.7 update (about the UA dipstick)

    So I arrived bright and early to the DT center this am.
    After about 25 minutes they finally took me back to pee.
    Surprisingly, they never asked me to empty my pockets.
    They just had me wash my hands and then go the bathroom, door closed.
    I subbed my Quick Fix 5.7 just fine into the cup. And yes, the temp was correct and marked on the paper as so.
    The girl took my sample, split it and saved a tiny bit for the inevitable UA dipstick this point I was freaked the hell out but refrained from showing it.

    She dipped the stick and here's what she looked at:

    Glucose = negative
    Blood = negative
    Specific Gravity = 1.005

    CAN YOU SAY PASSING!! Everything above was within normal limits or negative.

    After she was done with that, she finished the paper work and threw the samples in a bag and into the fridge....

    From everything everyone has said, as long as the temp was right I have nothing to worry about. SO...unless something freaky happens, this will be my official 2nd time passing with Quick Fix. And you better believe I feel MUCH MUCH better knowing it will pass the UA dipstick test!!

    Thanks for the great info on this site!!


  6. tign8r

    tign8r Registered+

    Passed with Quick Fix 5.7

    Received my employee ID today and a welcome e-mail to the company!
    I guess that says it all right there!
  7. Burnt Toast

    Burnt Toast Registered+

    Good job...:D Congrats to you on passing with the QF and welcome to the Sub Club. :thumbsup:
  8. Jerz

    Jerz Registered+

    Hey Tig,

    I was in the same situation today.. I used qf 6.1 for a dipstick test. The sheet stated I was also to be tested for

    * 1. Leukocytes
    * 2. Nitrite
    * 3. Urobilinogen
    * 4. Protein
    * 5. pH
    * 6. Blood
    * 7. Specific Gravity
    * 8. Ketone
    * 9. Bilirubin
    * 10. Glucose

    I had already completed my drug screening successfully 2 weeks ago. I passed the initial chemstrip test today, but she sent a sample to the lab for "more specific numbers". Will they have anyway of knowing it's synthetic. Can I sleep tonight?

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