A study in patients with acute MI (AMI) with resultant LV systolic dysfunction revealed that patients with elevated sST2 may benefit from mitigating LV remodeling therapies. Beta-blockers (BBs) have been shown to improve LV remodeling and were suggested to titrate
to target doses (190 mg) as tolerated in STEMI. Gaggin et al . revealed that sST2 measurement identified patients with chronic HF who may benefit from higher BB doses.
It stands out with its ability to titrate
for a variety of applications, including acids, bases, redox and selective ions.
 Stop citalopram and switch to vortioxetine, 10 mg/d, and titrate
to 20 mg/d
Where as a" is titrate
of sample, b" is titrate
of the blank and w" is the weight of sample.
The current standard recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) is for an attendant technician to titrate
CPAP during full polysomnography to obtain a fixed single pressure.
Melatonin helps with sleep problems, "but at times we need to titrate
up to as high as 6 or even 8 or 9 mg," he said.
In choosing a starting dose, many clinicians begin with a low dose and slowly titrate
up to higher doses based on blood sugar readings.
Might it be appropriate to collaboratively titrate
both pain and opiate use in the setting of the doctor-patient relationship, with an emphasis on managing patient expectations rather than rigidly committing to "nothing but smiley faces?"
The easiest and cheapest way of measuring C[O.sub.2] flux is to trap the C[O.sub.2] evolved from a known mass, volume, or area of soil in a strong base such as NaOH and titrate
the resulting solution with a known concentration of acid (Zibilske, 1994).
Finding a way to measure the chemical's efficiency insures the ability to titrate
the chemical's use to either its minimum or maximum use rate for the desired end use." According to King, possible process savings mills can expect by following this advice include fewer sheet breaks, fewer deposits, reduced wash-ups, minimized process variation, and higher quality product.
Once again, you titrate
until the sample turns colorless and multiply the drop count by the given equivalence factor to get the combined chlorine reading.
In order to use these materials, the physician had to titrate
(adjust) the dose for the patient and observe responses.