fluoride number

fluor·ide num·ber

(flōr'īd nŭm'bĕr),
The percentage inhibition of pseudocholinesterase produced by fluorides; used to differentiate normal from atypical pseudocholinesterases.
See also: dibucaine number.

fluor·ide num·ber

(flōr'īd nŭm'bĕr)
The percentage inhibition of pseudocholinesterase produced by fluorides; used to differentiate normal from atypical pseudocholinesterases.
See also: dibucaine number test

fluor·ide num·ber

(flōr'īd nŭm'bĕr)
Percentage inhibition of pseudocholinesterase produced by fluorides; used to differentiate normal from atypical pseudocholinesterases.
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Some patients with normal dibucaine numbers (70-90) were found to have unexpectedly low fluoride numbers (60) and a slight increase in the duration of paralysis.