The guest is completely wrong. On the five panel drug test opiates cover morphine, heroin, codeine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, and all the metabolites of these drugs. I have been in the drug testing business for over 20 years. The 5 panel covers these: PCP, cocaine, THC, Opiates, and amphetamines. Many drugs fall under these drug classes.
NO! Opana does not show up on a standard drug test that tests for opiates, I just tested this theory, because I couldn't find a definite answer to believe.
Some people are dumb. I been doing drugs for a long time and have had a lot of drug test the 5 panel test will not show up for oxycodone. I'm not sure about opana. People think because they work as cops or parole or anything like that, that they know everything. Why do you think they have a drug test with both oxycodone and opiates because oxycodone will not show up on a 5 panel drug test. Its crazy that the people who do the drugs know more about it than the people who work as parole and things like that. I would also say to anyone who is thinking about trying any of these drugs to stay away from them because they are very addicting and will make your life hell. This only some what true though because it has been stated that someone that takes a very high dose of oxy could fail a test for opiates but this is rare and is only for everyday use and at a very high level. I hope this helps anyone not sure of this. I use to want to know this myself so I done a lot research on it. I'm not telling anyone to go out and use oxy and think you will be fine there is always that chance to fail and your never sure what test you will be given. It should be common since if there is a 5 panel test that just test for opiates and a higher panel test that test for both opiates and oxy that oxy will not show up or there would be no need for the oxy test
No it will fall into a different class