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titrate

 [ti´trāt]
to analyze by titration.

ti·trate

(tī'trāt),
To analyze volumetrically by a solution (the titrant) of known strength to an end point.

ti·trate

(tī'trāt)
To analyze volumetrically by a solution (the titrant) of known strength to an end point.

Titrate

To analyze the best end point (for dose) for a medication.

titrate

to analyze by titration, to neutralize.
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Currently, there is no study evaluating the effect of dose change alert on the titration of high-alert medications.
Other antibodies often react weakly at the antihuman globulin (AHG) phase of testing, but when titrations are performed, these antibodies produce relatively high titers though they exhibit low avidity.
However, the conversion of titrations to the CAT method has been slow and many laboratories continue to perform antenatal titrations using the IAT tube method.
No significant differences were found between teams and titration or re-titration groups in terms of patient's diagnosis, gender, marital status, age, rate of accepted referrals, proportion of successfully finished titrations or waiting time to crisis team intervention.
Content determination by titration is a widely used analytical technique, particularly for routine analysis of raw materials as well as final products.
Many textbooks use Equation 1 for dilutions, and advocate it for titrations, without the caveat that is only true for 1:1 stoichiometry.
CPAP titration for OSA is intended to evaluate whether the delivered pressures can eliminate the events (apnea, hypopnea) and resulting arousals from upper airway resistance.
The amperometric titration is a sensitive and convenient analytical technique, based on the existence of a simple relationship between concentrations of an electro--active substance and a Polarographic current, Selenium and Tellurium have been determined in binary mixture in natural water and in alloys [7-8].
Titration Excellence is a new line of automatic titrators from Mettler-Toledo, Columbus, Ohio, for general titration purposes, featuring advances in simplicity, modularity, security, and efficiency.
Control: Charge demand titrations, such as those carried out with the SC method, have been found especially useful in paper mills where there are significant sources of variability, as in the list given earlier.
Some irreversible indicators used for bromate titrations are methyl red (color changes from red to yellow), methyl orange (color changes from red to yellow), and indigo sulfonic acid (color changes from blue to colorless) (2): Reversible redox indicators that may be used are p-ethoxychrysoiden (color changes from red to colorless), quinoline yellow (color changes from yellow-green to colorless), and a-naphthoflavone (color changes from pale yellow to orange brown) (2).