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equipotent

[¦e·kwə¦pōt·ənt]
(science and technology)
Equal in capacity or effect.
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Conclusion: Requirement for equipotent doses of analgesic were less in case of tramadol as compared to nalbuphin for treatment of breakthrough pain when both drugs were given as bolus at the commencement of surgery and continued as a continuous infusion postoperatively.
Because of the long half-life and 2 equipotent active metabolites of cariprazine, any changes made to the dosage will not be reflected fully in the serum level for 2 weeks.
Table 6 shows approximate equipotent analgesic doses for conversion from oral morphine to transdermal fentanyl or buprenorphine.
CanTx has identified a Trilexium derivative (Trx-1) as having equipotent killing ability of both ovarian cancer stem cells and ovarian cancer somatic cells, raising the prospect for the first time of being able with the one agent to kill the full hierarchy of cells within an ovarian cancer.
The present work revealed that the extract produced equipotent anti-inflammatory effect to an intragastric dose of indomethacin amounted to 10 mg/kg for the first 90 minutes and then indomethacin was superior to the tested extract in the last 90 minutes of experimental period.
These studies further suggest that all stress management and relaxation techniques are not equipotent in their ability to induce psychological and physiological health benefits (Orme-Johnson & Walton, 1998).
Chapter four concerns Necker's neglected constitutionalism, which emphasized the importance of an executive proportional and equipotent to the legislature.
Equipotent cholinesterase reactivation in vitro by the nerve agent antidotes HI 6 dichloride and HI 6 dimethanesulfonate.
The liver enzyme CYP2C9 hydroxylates THC at the C11 position, producing the equipotent metabolite, 11-hydroxy-THC (11-OH-THC) (23).