incapacitating dose

in·ca·pac·i·ta·ting dose

(in'kă-pas'i-tā-ting dōs)
The dose of a chemical or biologic preparation (e.g., a bacterial exotoxin or a suspension of bacteria) that is likely to cause incapacitation; it varies in relation to the type of animal and the route of administration.
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The safe, effective dose of an incapacitant varies from person to person; at the average incapacitating dose, more sensitive individuals, those with compromised health, or those unable to flee could be permanently injured or killed.
Now, in addition to lethal dose, incapacitating dose, and effective dose, we add low-level dose measurements.