What Does Blood Test Results For Hydrocodone 46.6 Ng/ml Mean

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cindy Says:


My son died with a blood level of 46.6 ng/ml in his blood system, what does this mean other than it was a high level.



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BL Says:
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Cindy, you need to.take the autopsy report to your Dr and ask him to explain it. No.parent should be getting answers like this on.a public forum.

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David Says:

Hi Cindy,

I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. According to a drug toxicity chart I found here, 10-40 ng/mL is listed as a "therapeutic" blood level of Hydrocodone and anything greater than 100 ng/mL is listed as a "toxic" blood level of Hydrocodone.

I'm sure one's tolerance to opiates also plays a significant role, but it looks to me like your son wasn't that far off from what's considered to be a normal range.

Just wanted to share these details so you can at least have something else to compare to.

I hope this information helps!

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Baby Says:
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I had 670no/ml. Of my hydrocodone medicine I was told that there was not enough in my system what does that mean actually the doctor said that it showed up negative and I don’t understand I just got in my chart and seen that it said hydrocodone had 670 ng

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Mr Information Says:
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Re: BL (# 1)

If you can't give the man a constructive answer then just be quiet.

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