Medication Monitoring with Urine Drug Testing in Pain Management is complex. Identifying safe and effective treatment options for patients is important for clinicians to help manage pain. Medication monitoring with toxicology along with with clinical proficiency can provide important information about medication, substance use and can help clinicians:

  • Monitor and support decisions about medication therapy, specifically controlled substances

  • Identify recent use of prescription medications, non-prescribed medications and illicit substances

  • Detect medications that could possibly result in a drug to drug reaction

  • Communicate with patients about individual treatment plans

  • Identify possible illicit drug or medication abuse and misuse


Helping clinicians establish and maintain effective medication monitoring of prescription medications are frequently used in the treatment of mental health disorders. Toxicology (Urine Drug Testing) is an important assessment tool that helps clinicians. Test results provide drug-specific identification to support clinicians treating patients with substance use disorders. UDT offers an extensive test menu of more than 90 drugs and metabolites for prescription medications and illicit substances - it also provides:

  • Objective clinical data to help identify possible relapse and support ongoing treatment

  • Monitoring of prescription medications

  • Detection of non-prescribed medications or illicit substances

  • Communicate with patients about individual treatment plans

  • Detection of emerging substances of abuse, like synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic cathinones (Bath Salts) along with many other designer drugs that are being used.

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