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equipotent

(ˌiːkwɪˈpəʊtənt)
adj
rare equivalent in power or effect
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Adj.1.equipotent - having equal strength or efficacy
potent, stiff, strong - having a strong physiological or chemical effect; "a potent toxin"; "potent liquor"; "a potent cup of tea", "a stiff drink"
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There is also concern with use of tolterodine (molecular weight about 476) because both the primary drug and its equipotent metabolite may be excreted into milk.
If we put aside the Men who serve the Nameless, as do many in Middle-earth, still many Men perceive the world only as a war between Light and Dark equipotent.
That's because the three study drugs weren't compared in an equipotent way.
A corollary of the principles of dose addition is that co-exposure to a larger number of chemicals will drive up the extent of such underestimations if these chemicals are present at levels equipotent with the components we used in our experiments.
For example, if a participant received fentanyl, the average hourly amount administered in mcg/hour was multiplied by 60 (potency ratio, ranges from 10 to 100:1 fentanyl to morphine) to obtain the equipotent IV morphine dose administered every 4 hours.
15,16) The current study compares the effectiveness of these two opioid analgesics against severe postoperative pain at equipotent doses in 5 min intervals, the time considered clinically relevant for the reduction of severe pain in postoperative analgesia.
Eventually, such relations tend to be based on sharing and collaboration between commoners, who join their productive capacities together as equipotent peers in networked forms of organization (Bauwens, 2005).
See Eichelbaum & Gross, supra note 41, at 4 ("The situation that both enantiomers are equipotent is rather seldomly encountered.
In antituberculosis study, the ethyl acetate extracts of both plants showed equipotent activity with minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of 62.
These doses of etomidate, which were assumed to be approximately equipotent to those of propofol, were chosen based on a study in adult rats comparing propofol and etomidate requirements during continuous infusion for achieving comparable levels of burst suppression.
Objective: To compare the mean consumption of equipotent doses of tramadol and nalbuphine for first 12 hours of post-operative analgesia, in patients undergoing gynaecological laparotomies.