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critical concentration


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critical concentration

critical dissolved oxygen concentration

critical electrolyte concentration

critical micellar concentration

critical electrolyte concentration

critical micellar concentration

Norm Concentration for the -Critical Nonlinear Wave Equation

Critical haemoglobin concentration in anaesthetized dogs: comparison of two plasma substitutes.

Reliability of Procalcitonin Concentrations for the Diagnosis of Sepsis in Critically Ill Neonates

Nociceptin and urotensin-II concentrations in critically ill patients with sepsis†

Effect of low-dose dopamine on serum concentrations of prolactin in critically ill patients.

Concentration estimates for Emden-Fowler equations with boundary singularities and critical growth

Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis reactivity and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate plasma concentrations in the critically ill elderly

Are interstitial fluid concentrations of meropenem equivalent to plasma concentrations in critically ill patients receiving continuous renal replacement therapy?

A critical phosphate concentration in the stationary phase maintains ndh gene expression and aerobic respiratory chain activity in Escherichia coli

Does haemodialysis significantly affect serum linezolid concentrations in critically ill patients with renal failure? A pilot investigation

The cellular stress response induced by aqueous extracts of cigarette smoke is critically dependent on the intracellular glutathione concentration.

Impact of 30 mg/kg amikacin and 8 mg/kg gentamicin on serum concentrations in critically ill patients with severe sepsis

Ertapenem in critically ill patients with early-onset ventilator-associated pneumonia: pharmacokinetics with special consideration of free-drug concentration

 

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The concentration of a substance that causes functional changes in a cell or an organism. Often used in the context of toxicity (critical dose).

Subjects: Medicine and Health.


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