Fentanyl test strips are Harm Reduction's BEST weapon.
MD-Bio Fentanyl Test Strips bring you the same lateral flow assay testing technology that you are familiar with in a smarter test kit configuration.
Stop wasting time trying to measure out the perfect amount of water to run your test! Our test kits come with pre-measured, optimized buffer solution that gives your test the perfect dilution every time.
When you switch away from the ‘green strips’ and go with MD-Bio Fentanyl Test Strips, you get:
- Pre-measured buffer solution tubes
- Customizable test kits for your organization
- Easy to understand instructions
- More accurate results
Customize your Fentanyl Test Strip Kit to meet your needs.
Get Fentanyl Strips with SAMHSA Funding
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has designated Fentanyl Test Strips as an approved test for purchase with the use of SAMHSA grants.
Grantees may now use their funds to purchase MD-Bio Fentanyl Test Strips.
Learn more about this funding opportunity here.
Fentanyl is an epidemic
In the last few years, fentanyl prevalence and overdoses have increased significantly. Knowing more about this dangerous drug and harm reduction is the first step to building safer communities.
- Fentanyl can be 100 times stronger than morphine
- Over 150 people die every day from fentanyl overdoses
- Fentanyl can be found in different forms like liquid and powder
- Fentanyl is often made to look like other common drugs and pills
According to the CDC, it is nearly impossible to tell if drugs have been laced with fentanyl unless you test them with Fentanyl Test Strips.
Working to save lives.
What is fentanyl? And why is it so dangerous?
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that was originally created to help manage severe pain. However, due to its addictive qualities and how cheap it is to produce, fentanyl has rapidly become one of the most prominent drugs in our communities.
Fentanyl comes in many forms, and all of them present potentially life threatening dangers.
With fentanyl, one pill can kill, and many people do not know they have even ingested the drug before it is too late.
As the leader in the chemical detection arena, MD-Bio has taken steps to fight this growing issue by educating people on the dangers of fentanyl, connecting communities to the resources they need and supplying Fentanyl Test Strips that can be used for the near-instantaneous detection of fentanyl in all its forms.
"Test strips are inexpensive ... and can be the difference between life and death."
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
At risk? Need help?
Learn more by visiting these great resources.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline – U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The Facts About Fentanyl – U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Overdose Statistics – U.S. National Institute of Health
Facts About Fentanyl – U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
Opioid Recovery Funds – National Opioid Settlement