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Household Chemicals as Urine Adulterants

Simple household chemicals are found to be effective adulterants of urine drug tests. These include table salt, vinegar, liquid laundry bleach, concentrated lemon juice, and Visine eye drops (8,9). The effectiveness of these chemicals on specific drug tests is summarized below. In addition, Uebel and Wium (12) also studied the effect of common household chemicals such as Jik (a South African brand of bleach sodium hypochlorite), Dettol (Reckitt Benckiser UK chloroxylenol), G-cide Plus (JAST International glutaraldehyde), Pearle Hand Soap, ethanol, isopropanol, and peroxide in causing false-negative results when used as adulterants in urine specimens. Most of these chemicals interfered with toxicological screening results using EMIT DOA urine-test reagents. Glutaraldehyde and Pearle Hand Soap had the greatest effect (false negative) on a methaqualone test. Chlorox-ylenol and Pearl Hand Soap also demonstrated maximum effect in causing a false negative in cannabis tests.

Common Household Chemicals as Urinary Adulterants

Household Specific Gravity Household Specific Gravity household chemicals sodium hypochlorite, Dettol (chloroxylenol), glutaraldehyde, Pearl hand soap, ethanol, isoproponal and peroxide on cannabis and methaqualone tests using EMIT assays. Most of the agents tested interfered with the tests, and the greatest effect was observed with glutaraldehyde and Pearl hand soap for methaqualone (false negative). Dettol and Pearl hand soap also caused false-negative results in cannabis tests. Addition of isoproponal, ethanol and peroxide invalidated methaqualone tests (17).

Drug Administration Drug contamination

Since viral inactivation methods, such as solvent detergent and heat pasteurization, were implemented in the production process, the risks of HIV and hepatitis have virtually been eliminated. Dry heating at 60oC is insufficient to eliminate all hepatitis C virus, which requires dry heating at 80oC, pasteurization, or treatment with mixtures of solvents and detergents (14). Nevertheless, many viral inactivation methods currently used do not completely eliminate certain (non-enveloped) viruses, for example parvovirus and hepatitis A (11,15) removal of the small, non-lipid-enveloped parvovirus B19 requires 15 nm nanofiltration. HIV appears to progress more rapidly in patients co-infected with hepatitis B and cytomegalovirus (11). In addition, hepatitis C replicated more rapidly in patients infected with HIV (11).

Sample Preparation and Matrix Effects

Although solvent extraction methods might be expected to produce a sample more amenable to immunoassay than the digestion method, these methods can present serious challenges. A solvent extract of a hair sample will not contain keratin, for example, but it will contain a significant and likely variable amount of lipid. When the solvent is evaporated, which it must be because only a small amount is tolerated in any immunoassay, the lipid is left to be partially solubilized or suspended in an aqueous medium added to the dried extracts. Detergents can be added to the extract to aid in the solubilization of the lipid, but this must be carefully monitored and controlled to avoid damaging the antibodies or enzymes in the subsequent immunoassay. Too much detergent can affect primary or secondary antibody binding, or can cause detachment of antibody bound to solid phase such as in microtiter wells. Variations in amounts of lipid among different hair samples, and in micelle formation when...

Contraindications Precautions And Interactions

The topical enzyme preparations are contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to the drugs, in wounds in contact with major body cavities or where nerves are exposed, and in fungating neoplastic ulcers. These drugs are Pregnancy Category B drugs and are used cautiously during pregnancy and lactation. Enzymatic activity may be impaired when these agents are administered with several detergents and antiseptics (benzalkonium chloride, hexachlorophene, iodine, and nitrofurazone).

The Detegent Bath Method

This method simply utilizes biodegradable detergents containing fatty oils to treat bulk substrates. Coupled with surfactants which allow thorough penetration, these detergents kill a majority of the contaminants competitive to mushroom mycelium. The substrate is submerged into and washed with a detergent solution. The environmentally benign waste water is discarded, leaving the substrate ready for inoculation Recently, many environmentally safe soaps nave been developed, especially in Europe. Cultivators are encouraged to experiment to match the best detergents to their substrate materials. Here again, the goal is to create a process that is both simple and applicable for small and large scale cultivators.

Pyridinium Chlorochromate As a Urine Adulterant

Besides simple household chemicals, more sophisticated substances are advertised commercially as adulterants for urine drug tests. Wu et al. (13) reported that the active ingredient of Urine Luck is 200 mmol L of pyridinium chlorochromate (PCC). The authors reported that Urine Luck caused a decrease in response rate for all EMIT II drug screens and for the Abuscreen morphine and THC assays. In contrast, Abuscreen amphetamine assay produced a higher response rate, and no effect was observed on the results of BE and PCP. This adulteration of urine did not alter GC-MS confirmation of methamphetamine, BE, and PCP. However, apparent concentrations of opiates and THC were reduced.

Amitava Dasgupta PhD

Persons abusing drugs attempt to adulterate urine specimens in order to escape detection. Household chemicals such as bleach, table salt, laundry detergent, toilet bowl cleaner, vinegar, lemon juice and Visine eye drops are used for adulterating urine specimens. Most of these adulterants except Visine eye drops can be detected by routine specimen integrity tests (creatinine, pH, temperature and specific gravity). However, certain adulterants such as Klear, Whizzies, Urine Luck and Stealth cannot be detected by using routine specimen integrity testing. These adulterants can successfully mask drug testing if the concentrations of certain abused drugs are moderate. Several spot tests have been described in the literature to detect the presence of such adulterants in urine, and recently, urine dipsticks are commercially available (AdultaCheck 4, AdultaCheck 6, Intect 7 and MASK Ultrascreen) for detecting the presence of such adulterants along with creatinine, pH and specific gravity.

Sample Adulteration in Urine DOA Testing

The instant DOA testing procedures are instituted, opposing forces are at work to develop methods to avoid detection of drug use. Initially, common household chemicals such as laundry bleach, table salt, toilet-bowl cleaner, hand soap, and vinegar were used. More recently, a variety of products became commercially available, which can be ordered through Internet sites and tollfree telephone numbers. Commercially available adulteration products can be classified into two broad categories. The first category consists of specific fluids or tablets, which when taken along with plenty of water, serve to flush out drugs and metabolites, resulting in diluted urine and reduced concentrations of drugs or metabolites. Examples of products in this category include Absolute Detox XXL drink, Absolute Carbo Drinks, Ready Clean Drug Detox Drink, Fast Flush Capsules, and Ready Clean Gel Capsules. All products are available from Internet sites. Root Clean is a hair-cleansing system targeting drug...

General adverse effects

Acute symptoms, often flu-like or affecting the skin, are related almost entirely to the release of toxic products and allergens from the killed filariae, and can affect two-thirds of patients in conditions in which this type of reaction does not occur one may suspect that the drug is ineffective. The mechanism of the effects also explains why they tend to occur early and sometimes briefly, that is immediately after the microfilariae die. For similar reasons, these effects are most severe in patients with a high microfilaria count (24).

Second Generation Effects Teratogenicity

Teratogenicity has been reported (11), but was not confirmed in an expert review (12). In a 1977 study of Swedish medical personnel it was suggested that repeated handwashing with hexachlorophene-containing detergents during the first trimester of pregnancy could be associated with a greatly increased incidence of both major and minor birth defects in the offspring (11). This publication was the subject of extensive discussion, but it had several serious methodological deficiencies, and the hypothesis that hexachlorophene was teratogenic has never been further examined or confirmed. One reason why it was initially taken seriously was the fact that hexachlorophene crosses the placenta and accumulates in fetal neural tissue in mice and rats the administration of toxic doses in these species is associated with birth defects, including cleft palate, hydro-cephalus, anophthalmia, and microphthalmia in rats.

Reactivity

Compared with aqueous-based immunoassays, lateral-flow tests require that the capture reagents remain biologically active after being desiccated on the nitrocellulose for months to years. Many capture reagents meet this criterion, but not without consideration of the chemistry of the buffers used to apply them (10). In general, the reagent buffers should be kept as simple as possible (1) buffer molarity < 10 mM, (2) sodium chloride and other salts eliminated, (3) surfactants and detergents eliminated, and (4) other additives eliminated. Evaporation of the water used in the carrier buffer concentrates other solutes around and onto the capture reagent. The concentration of the buffer and other salts increases as a larger proportion of the water is evaporated, potentially denaturing proteins. The buffer and salts eventually crystallize and may mask the capture reagent. Larger crystals can also clog the pores of the membrane, retarding sample flow. In either case, the net effect is...

Terpene

Terpene is highly concentrated distilation of the fluids of certain plants and is a flammable, colorless liquid with a characteristic strong odor. Commercial Turpentine is produced from pine wood and needle distillation and is used to manufacture perfume, solvents, glues and most household detergents. Pine oil and Turpentine are also reliable natural repellents for insect vermin.

Isopropanol

Isopropanol is commonly found in readily available rubbing alcohol (70 isopropanol), antifreeze, skin lotions, and some home-cleaning products. It has up to three times the potency of ethanol and causes hypotension and cardiac and respiratory depression more readily than ethanol. Peak levels of isopropanol occur approximately 30 min following ingestion. Death from ingestion of isopropanol is uncommon. Serum isopropanol concentrations > 50 mg dL are associated with signs of intoxication, whereas concentrations > 150 mg dL are associated with coma (4).

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Binding Affinity

EFFECTS OF OSMOLARITY AND DETERGENTS Another approach used to examine the possible existence of 3H MDA sequestration into synaptosomes was to investigate the effects of the detergents Triton X-100 and digitonin on the level of 3H MDA incorporation into rat brain synaptosomes (table 2). Concentrations of detergents lower than 0.01 percent did not affect specific 3H MDA binding. Digitonin. at a concentration of 0.01 percent, caused a 30 percent decrease (p< 0.05) in the level of apparent 3H MDA binding as compared to control, and 0.01 percent Triton caused a 71 percent decrease (p< 0.01). These data provide additional evidence against intrasynaptosomal internalization and sequestration of 3H MDA since relatively high concentrations (0.01 percent) of the detergents were required to cause significant decreases in 3H MDA incorporation into the tissue. Furthermore, these decreases were only partial, which is in contrast to what is generally observed when labeled substances am released...

Urine Specimens

Common household chemicals such as laundry bleach, table salt, toilet bowl cleaner, hand soap and vinegar have been for many years used as adulterants of urine specimens in an attempt to avoid a positive drug test. There is also a popular belief that drinking Golden Seal tea helps to escape detection of an abused drug. More recently, a variety of products have become commercially available which can be ordered through Internet sites (http www.bdtzone.com, http pass-drug-test.com and so on) and tollfree numbers. Home test kits are also available commercially to test for certain drugs. Synthetic urine is available from these Internet sites as a sure method to beat a drug test in settings where collection of a urine specimen is not supervised. The Quick Fix Synthetic Urine is a bottle of premixed urine with all the characteristics of natural urine (correct pH, specific gravity and creatinine). The product can be heated in a microwave oven for up to 10 s in order to achieve a temperature...

Methanol

Methanol or isopropanol is usually not detectable in blood or other body fluids. These alcohols are sometimes found in postmortem specimens as a contaminant of embalming fluid and the embalming process. Methanol, sometimes referred to as wood alcohol, is often used as a solvent in cleaning products, paint stripper, industrial solvents, and as a component of canned fuel. Methanol is slowly metabolized by the liver at approximately one-tenth the rate of ethanol. Approximately 90-95 of methanol is metabolized in the liver and 5-10 is excreted unchanged through the lungs and kidneys.

Amitava Dasgupta

Persons abusing drugs attempt to adulterate urine specimens in order to beat drug testing. Dilution of urine in vivo by consuming excess fluid and various detoxifying agents available through the Internet is a common practice. Household chemicals such as bleach, acid, table salt, laundry detergent, toilet-bowl cleaner, vinegar, lemon juice, and Visine (Pfizer) eye drops are also used for adulterating urine specimens. Most of these adulterants except Visine eye drops can be detected by routine specimen integrity tests (creatinine, pH, temperature, and specific gravity). However, certain adulterants, such as Klear , Whizzies, Urine Luck , and Stealth , cannot be detected by using routine specimen integrity testing. These adulterants can successfully mask drug testing if the concentrations of certain abused drugs are moderate. Several spot tests have been described in the literature to detect the presence of such adulterants in urine. More recently, urine dipsticks are commercially...

Other contaminants

Synthetic musk compounds, such as musk xylol, musk ketone, musk ambrette, and others, are among the nitroaromatics. These substances have a limited acute toxicity, but, like the organochlorine compounds, they seem to accumulate in the fatty tissue and persist in the environment. Current analyses of mothers' milk have indicated a mean of about 0.1 mg kg milk fat for musk xylol. The other compounds have levels two to three times lower. Synthetic musk compounds arc added to detergents and cosmetics because of their fragrance, and thus dermal absorption is a likely path for their intake. There are no indications of toxic effects as a result of intake via mothers' milk. The studies to date on genera toxicity and on mutagenic and carcinogenic potential do not permit a conclusive judgment (Liebl 2000, Rimkus 1994). Since 1993, contamination of mother's milk with musk xylol has declined in Germany to about 0.02 mg kg milk fat, following a recommendation that this substance be avoided in...

Supermarkets

We used to have to go to the chemists to buy toiletries, the greengrocer for our vegetables, the butcher for our meat, the hardware store for our household mops and cleaning products, and finally, the off licence to buy our alcohol. Imagine having to walk round different shops to buy things - what a terribly old fashioned idea Pizza italiano, chicken breasts, bags of chips, maybe some frozen veg, but definitely some ice cream. Quickly now just one more stop, some cleaning products in Aisle 10, no time to lose, the frozen food hasn't got long.

II51 Hypochlorite

Hypochlorite a (HClO) is a weak acid, which exerts oxidative action it is being widely used in the salt forms for bleaching and other purposes. Sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) aqueous solution is usually used as a disinfectant, bleaching agent, fungicide and ink eraser, and is thus usually included in detergents for laundry. Calcium hypochlorite Ca(ClO)2, bleaching powder is also used as a bleaching agent and disinfectant. The kinds of household utensils containing hypochlorite are numerous therefore the poisoning cases, due to accidental ingestion of hypochlorite and due to inhalation of chlorine gas produced upon mixing a hypochlorite salt with an acidic solution, are relatively many. The toxicity of the aqueous solution of a hypochlorite salt is due to injuries of the mucous membranes caused by its strong alkali and oxidizing actions, and due to disturbances of the respiratory organs caused by inhalation of chlorine gas produced under acidic conditions. The oral LD50 value of...

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