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Is there normally salicylate in human blood?

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Dr. Donald Alves
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: No

There is essentially no significant amount of salicylate normally found in human blood.
Someone taking aspirin or other salicylates can have a therapeutic level present, or someone who overdosed could have toxic level present.

In brief: No

There is essentially no significant amount of salicylate normally found in human blood.
Someone taking aspirin or other salicylates can have a therapeutic level present, or someone who overdosed could have toxic level present.
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