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trough

(trawf),
1. A long, narrow, shallow channel or depression.
2. The lowest point in variable measurement.
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trough

Cmin, trough serum concentration Therapeutic drug monitoring The point of minimum concentration of a drug or therapeutic agent on the SDC-vs-time curve; TSCs occur immediately before administering a drug's next dose. See MBC, MIC, Therapeutic drug monitoring, Therapeutic index. Cf Peak serum concentration.
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trough

(trawf)
1. Long, narrow, shallow channel or depression.
2. Lowest point in variable measurement.
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