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Copyright 2004 [Toxicology Associates, Inc.]. All rights reserved.
Revised: June 29, 2012
A reference range table has been compiled to determine whether or not a drug level is Toxic, or falls within the Therapeutic range. Please note that these ranges can be affected by age, sex, general health, synergism with other compounds, and individual response. These ranges are meant as guidelines, not absolute rules.

    


Definitions:

Normal Therapeutic Range:

The concentration of a drug present in the blood, serum, or plasma following therapeutically effective dosages in humans.

Toxic Range:

The concentration of a drug present in blood, serum, or plasma that is associated with toxic symptoms in humans.

 

Agent

Normal Range

Toxic Range

Acetaminophen

5-2 ug/ml

> 200 ug/ml 4 hrs.

> 50 ug/ml 24 hrs.

Acetone

Undefined

>= 0.02 g/dl

Alprazolam (Xanax)

5-34 ng/ml

Undefined

Amikacin

15-25 ug/ml

Peak > 35 ug/ml

Trough > 5 ug/ml

Amiodarone
DESETHYLAMIODARONE

0.5-2.5 ug/ml
No Range

> 2.5 ug/ml

 
AMITRIPTYLINE +
NORTRIPTYLINE

 
120-250 ng/ml

 
> 500 ng/ml

 
AMOBARBITAL

 
1-5 ug/ml

 
> 10 ug/ml

 
AMOXAPINE
(ASENDIN)

 
15-75 ng/ml

 
> 200 ng/ml

 
BUPIVACAINE
(MARCAINE)

 
1-4 ug/ml