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trs1960 posted:
So what is 50 nano grams of morphine per milliliter in your blood really mean? Is it a tiny bit or a normal dose for a long term chronic patient?
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davedsel responded:
Hey, Tim.

I entered that phrase "50 nano grams of morphine per milliliter in your blood " into my Yahoo search and came up with several hits.

Here is a link to the first hit which looks very interesting: https://secure.passingpisstests.com/drug-test-information/drug-testing-cutoff-levels.html

I then added the "in NV" to the phrase and got several hits, including this interesting one: http://goodmanlawgroup.com/criminal-defense-in-las-vegas-nv/dui/

I hope this helps somewhat.
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Blessings,

-Dave


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