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Re: #100102
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Published: 14 years ago
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Re: #100102

You said:

"You do know that mg/kg/day are worked out from ppm don't you jony, you don't,
well be careful because they are based on the weight of the subject, dogs and cats and monkeys will all be different, like dogs at 5mg/kg/day will be 200ppm whereas a rat will be 5mg/kg/day is 50 ppm."

This is exactly the reason YOU are so dangerous! Have you literally been drinking your bathwater??..

Does not, rat, monkey... 1kg of dog, 1kg of rat, 1kg of monkey...except for species specific differences 5mg/kg is the same dose. Have you ever worked in a medical research laboratory? I have, and I know how the dosing works and how it is calculated. If a rat weighs half kilo...a 5mg/kg dose for that animal is 2.5mg, a 15kg dog would get 75mg. So if we were even concerned with ppm which we were would be exactly the same drug density for either animal.

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