Barbiturates, GC/MS, Urine

The Barbiturates, GC/MS, Urine test contains 1 test with 6 biomarkers.

Barbiturates are used as hypnotics, sedatives and anesthetics and are readily absorbed from stomach. Duration of action of barbiturates, in therapeutic doses varies from: 8-16 hours (long acting, e.g., phenobarbital); 4-8 hours (intermediate acting, e.g., amobarbital); 3-6 hours (short acting, e.g., pentobarbital). Barbiturates may enhance other CNS depressants, such as ethanol, morphine derivatives, tranquilizers, and reserpine. Urine should only be used if blood cannot be obtained.

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Also known as: Barbiturates GCMS Urine

Amobarbital

Butabarbital

Butalbital

Pentobarbital

Phenobarbital

Secobarbital