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equipotent

[¦e·kwə¦pōt·ənt]
(science and technology)
Equal in capacity or effect.
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Furthermore, the group found that proinsulin played almost as equipotent roles as insulin in inducing cell proliferation and migration in cells expressing IR-A, although the metabolic activity was lower [14].
These doses of etomidate, which were assumed to be approximately equipotent to those of propofol, were chosen based on a study in adult rats comparing propofol and etomidate requirements during continuous infusion for achieving comparable levels of burst suppression.[sup][16] The bumetanide group received bumetanide (1.82 mg/kg, intraperitoneally) 15 min prior to initiation of anesthesia with propofol as described above.
Objective: To compare the mean consumption of equipotent doses of tramadol and nalbuphine for first 12 hours of post-operative analgesia, in patients undergoing gynaecological laparotomies.
(1) Hepatic metabolism of cariprazine produces 2 active metabolites: desmethyl-cariprazine (DCAR) and didesmethyl-cariprazine (DDCAR), both of which are equipotent to cariprazine.
As detailed in a recent review [13], potential pathophysiologic factors shared between chronic pain and PTSD include deficits in neuropeptide Y (NPY) and the neuroactive gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-ergic steroids allopregnanolone and its equipotent stereoisomer pregnanolone (together termed ALLO) [14-20].
(8) for research of oscillations it is advisable to use the equipotent formulas where amplitude functions of their dynamic parameters are explicitly allocated:
In the CSM, the simulation charges will be placed outside the space where the field solution is aimed (or inside any equipotent surface such as metal electrodes).
The drug is equipotent to metformin and sulfonylureas.
He further said that a sum of Rs 916 million would be spent on the improvement of infrastructure and provision of biomedical equipotent in the hospitals.
Insufficient evidence exists comparing equipotent doses of these medications head-to-head to recommend any one over the others (strength of recommendation [SOR]: A, systematic review/meta-analysis).