CBR Opitates Heroin in Urine
Drug test Optiates / heroin in urine test. (immunological) (GC-MS qualitative) urine (code 66S113 OPIAE + creatine + 1 year storage.
When the driver's license is reinstated, the psychiatrist decides which drugs to test for for the health certificate inspection.
Heroin is made from opium, a substance from the poppy plant. Drugs made from this plant are therefore called opiates. Other known opiates are methadone, oxycodone, and morphine. Heroin comes in different forms, such as fine white powder or yellowish-brown chunks.
If you order this test you automatically agree to pay an additional 97 euros, if a conformation test must be done in case of a positive result.
Methadone is a strong painkiller.
For moderate to severe pain and for addiction to opiates (e.g., heroin or morphine-like painkillers)
It may be dangerous to participate in traffic while taking this medicine. This is because of side effects, such as drowsiness, confusion, and dizziness. You should not drive for the first 2 weeks you are taking this medicine.
After 2 weeks, most people have become sufficiently accustomed to the effects. You may then drive a car again. But only do so if you are no longer bothered by the side effects.
Please note that (previous) treatment for an addiction to opiates may also be a reason that you should not drive. Check with your doctor if this is the case for you. Would you like more information about driving with certain disorders? Take a look at the website of the CBR.
At the selected CBR drop-off location near you, you will receive a jar that you must fill on the spot.