The generally accepted blood serum therapeutic threshold
for zolpidem in treatment of insomnia is a blood plasma concentration of 20 ng/mL.
This helps explain part of the controversy of whether one gram of fish oil works or not, because for 50 to 75% of the population one gram of fish oil doesn't achieve the therapeutic threshold."
"So firstly, anybody with atherosclerosis or coronary heart disease should seriously consider having their omega-3 blood levels determined, and if they're below a therapeutic threshold, consider taking omega-3.
This, in turn, leads to therapeutic threshold
of paracetamol being reached at least 37 per cent faster than with standard paracetamol tablets or caplets.
A therapeutic threshold
below which the drug has a suboptimal effect.
An appropriate starting dosage is 250 mg tid, with increases of 250 to 500 mg every several days to a therapeutic threshold
(serum level >50 mg/L).
Nomograms for heparin dosing (intravenous bolus, then continuous infusion) increase the proportion of patients with APTTs above a minimal therapeutic threshold
and improve outcome (lower recurrence rates) .
Higher ATYR1923 doses yielded sustained serum concentrations through the end of the one-month follow-up period that were above the predicted therapeutic threshold
, supporting the potential for a once-monthly dosing regimen.
She considers humor and psychotherapy throughout history, as well as professional and public contexts in which therapists practice, and what kind of people they tend to be; the sense of humor, humor in the body and brain, and its role in psychological understanding; and humor in the therapeutic relationship and its role in therapeutic thresholds
, power, and boundaries, as well as what's known about laughter in communication, and implications for therapy.
The PIVI program was initiated to identify important clinical questions related to endoscopy and to establish reasoned diagnostic and/or therapeutic thresholds
for endoscopic technologies designed to resolve these questions.