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Urine compliance testing is the most effective way to identify recent use of a medication or drug. But when your main concern is determining the amount of drug your patients are taking, a urine test can’t confirm if they are taking more or less than prescribed.
Read Josh Gunn, Ph.D.’s Q&A with Pain Live to learn the differences between urine and blood compliance testing. You can also check out our blood testing article in Practical Pain Management.
Blood testing produces critical insights you just can’t obtain through urine. Use blood testing to quantify the amount of drug your patients are taking, verify the amount matches the prescribed dosage and evaluate if medication is being under- or over-prescribed. You also get:
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