Cocaine test is conducted done to examine whether you have used cocaine lately. 
Why is Cocaine Test suggested?
Cocaine Test is suggested in the following cases if you:
- Applied for a job that required drug testing.
- Applied for insurance that required a drug test.
- Have been detained and drug testing is part of the parole.
- Are pulled over and are alleged of driving under the influence of drugs
- Healthcare person believes you are abusing cocaine.
- Are in the emergency room with symptoms that advocate drug abuse.
- Are a patient at a drug treatment clinic.
Cocaine Test is typically done as part of a bigger screening for commonly used illegal drugs.
How is Cocaine Test performed?
The lab technician might ask you to urinate in a cup or take saliva from your mouth. 
What are the parameters measured in the Cocaine Test?
Cocaine Test is typically reported as positive, which indicates cocaine or its metabolites were present, or negative, indicating no proof of cocaine was found in the body. 
Preparation before performing Cocaine Test
No preparation is required for urine, blood, hair, or sweat tests.
Post-care after Cocaine Test
Cocaine Test is a simple procedure. No special care is required post the sample for testing has been given. A bandage may be required as blood is drawn.
Sample types in Cocaine Test
Urine or saliva sample is taken in the Cocaine Test.
Side effects/risks of Cocaine Test
There are no risks associated with Cocaine Test.