Tramadol TML Rapid Urine Test Strip

Call For Pricing.

Model Number: NH-33284

Brand: Niche Healthcare


SKU: 76584322 Category: Tag:


Catalog No. TML-1012 Format Device
Specimen Urine Certificate CE
Reading Time 5 minutes Test/Kit 40
Storage Temperature 4-30°C Shelf Life 2 Years
Sensitivity >99.9% Specificity >99.9%
Accuracy >99.9% Composition Individually packed test device,  Package insert, Dropper


A Tramadol TML (Tramadol) Rapid Test Device for urine is a diagnostic tool used to detect the presence of tramadol, an opioid pain medication, in a urine sample. Tramadol is prescribed to relieve moderate to severe pain and can also be used to manage chronic pain conditions.

The test device typically consists of a plastic casing with a test strip or membrane inside. The strip or membrane contains antibodies that specifically bind to tramadol if present in the urine sample. The test works on the principle of immunochromatography, where the antibodies on the device capture the target substances, causing a visible reaction line to appear if tramadol is detected.

The process for conducting a Tramadol TML Rapid Test Device (Urine) generally involves the following steps:

  • Collection of a urine sample from the individual being tested.
  • Application of the urine sample to the sample well or pad on the test device.
  • Waiting for a designated period, typically a few minutes, for the results to develop.

Reading the results based on the appearance of lines or other indicators on the test device. A visible line in the test region indicates a positive result, meaning tramadol is present in the urine sample, while the absence of a line indicates a negative result.

It’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s instructions precisely when conducting the test to ensure accurate results. Additionally, interpretation of the results should be done by trained personnel, as false positives or false negatives can occur due to various factors such as cross-reactivity with other substances or improper testing procedures.

These rapid test devices are commonly used in clinical settings, rehabilitation centres, workplace drug testing programs, and pain management clinics to screen for tramadol use. Positive results may indicate recent or past use of tramadol, which can have implications for medical treatment and monitoring.

Urine Strip tests

Also known as urinalysis or dipstick tests, offer several benefits in assessing various health indicators. These tests can provide information about:

      1.    Kidney Function: Detecting abnormalities in kidney function by measuring levels of substances like creatinine and protein.

      2.    Diabetes Monitoring: Checking for glucose levels in urine helps monitor diabetes and assess blood sugar control.

      3.    Liver Function: Indicators such as bilirubin and urobilinogen can provide insights into liver health.

      4.    Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs): Detecting signs of infection, such as leukocytes and nitrites, helps diagnose UTIs.

      5.    Dehydration: Concentration of urine can indicate hydration status.

      6.    Acidity/Alkalinity: Assessing pH levels can provide information about the body’s acid-base balance.

While urine strip tests offer quick and convenient insights, they are not a substitute for comprehensive medical evaluation. Results should be interpreted in conjunction with other clinical information for accurate diagnoses.



Facts About Drug & Alcohol Testing.

Facts About Drug & Alcohol Testing.


For more information, contact us 01274 965089 or check out our website at

Further clinical information can be found on our blog page:

For products not found on our online website, please view our Healthcare catalogues:

View our Healthcare YouTube videos Playlist

If you have any additional questions, drop us an email at 


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Tramadol TML Rapid Urine Test Strip”