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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.
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B = volume of standard acid required to titrate the trap solution of the control
Pramipexole is more potent, so start at 0.125 mg and titrate up every 3-5 days," Dr.
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Titrate to the endpoint with 0.1N potassium iodate.
The burette can be programmed to titrate fixed or varying amounts of liquid during an absorption test.
Blitzer and Brin have since modified their technique and now start with 1.25 MU bilaterally and titrate the dose upward until optimal function is achieved.
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Project Description : Support for the Panama Canal Authority to titrate the farms that harbor projects water conservation and implement an incentive program for the conservation of the resource.
Pramipexole is more potent, "so start at 0.125 mg and titrate up every 3 5 days," Dr.
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Over the first 10 weeks, investigators were permitted to titrate dosages according to their patients' needs, with maintenance dosages ranging at 1.5-4.5 mg/day of pramipexole, 75-150 mg of carbidopa, and 300-600 mg of levodopa.
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