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 +17  (nbme18#32)
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azibird  Why can't this be a point mutation? +4
freenbme23  I don't think that this implies that it can't be point mutation, but rather plasmid loss is more likely. Also, the point mutation Would have to ultimately lead to the plasmid loss. +

 +4  (nbme18#37)
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 +13  (nbme18#32)
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 +4  (nbme18#38)
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cheesetouch  B12 deficiency 'BOTH be high' (and neuro sx) +

 +8  (nbme18#31)
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pelparente  great answer; just to add to it. Lipid solubility determines potency, not onset/offset (that is determined by blood solubility as stated above). The more lipid soluble the more potent the drug. The more lipid soluble the drug the higher the oil:gas partition (directly proportional to potency) and the lower the MAC (inversely proportional to potency). Source: Boards and Beyond General Anesthesia Neurology +2
cbreland  I really went down a rabbit hole on this one... Convinced myself that it had something to do with mask v. IV anesthesia even though I haven't seen/heard that anywhere. Taking step in a week๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ +
jer040512  I thought a low blood:gas partition coefficient meant that it has a low solubility and therefore DOESN'T dissolve in the blood that easily. +2
dhpainte22  Think onset/offset is about blood solubility and potency of drug higher with higher lipid solubility so low blood gas coefficient has faster onset and recovery. +
jurrutia  Just to drill point home further: consider halothane, high lipid solubility (so high potency) and high blood solubility (slow onset). If you want fast onset, low solubility is the key. +

 +2  (nbme18#13)
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ellie0124  anti-GpIIb/IIIa antibodies +
baja_blast  FA 2019 p. 419 +
jurrutia  May be secondary to viral illness... +

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