Yes, but the panel was satisfied no adjustment needed to be made for specific gravity. Their reason was specific gravity of the urine is irrelevant to the enantiomer analysis and the analysis was not compatible with an inhaled therapeutic dose of salbutamol. We can only go by the lab procedures and rules applicable at the time. I agree with Fitch though, in retrospect Pettachi should be cleared the same as Froome because of this and Pettachi's was perhaps an inhaled therapeutic dose of salbutamol too.No, 1352 was Petacchi's raw value. His adjusted value was 819.
i really don't see that this study concludes anything new. When we were discussing the Froome case upthread, many links were posted of studies showing that salbutamol could improve sprint and strength.