Urine Drug Testing’s (UDT) clinical role traditionally supports urgent care treatment decisions where patients are unable/unwilling to provide information regarding usage of harmful substances. And while some controversies exist regarding the clinical value of UDT, when used with an appropriate level of understanding, UDT may improve a clinician’s ability to:

Of course, the rationale for performing UDT will depend on the clinical questions asked (e.g., to assist in medical adherence, to seek an initial diagnosis of drug misuse/addiction, or as an adjunct to self-reported drug history).

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