Urine, Oral Fluid, or Serum? Interpretation of Interactive Case Studies Using Point of Care (POC) and Laboratory-Based Tests (302)

9:15–10:15 am Saturday, April 28

Urine, oral fluid, or serum drug testing is commonly incorporated into the management of pain patients. This session discusses the advantages and limitations of these tests using interactive case studies to directly apply this knowledge to correctly interpret patient test results.

Understanding and Interpreting Oral Fluid Testing in Pain Management Patients

Paul J. Jannetto, PhD

Understanding and Interpreting Urine Testing in Pain Management Patients

Robin J. Hamill-Ruth, MD

Understanding and Interpreting Serum Testing in Pain Management Patients

Loralie J. Langman, PhD

Learning Objectives:

  • Integrate urine, serum, and/or oral fluid drug testing to support the treatment and monitoring of pain management patients.
  • Describe the advantages and limitations of urine, serum, and oral fluid drug tests for pain management patients.
  • Interpret urine, serum, and oral fluid drug testing results from pain management patients.