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pharmacokinetics

[¦fär·mə·kō·ki′ned·iks]
(pharmacology)
The study of the way that drugs move through the body after they are swallowed or injected.
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Conclusion: Pharmacokinetic data of new formulation of atorvastatin is in comparable range with other brands of atorvastatin used in different ethnic groups.
Although the study is novel, the outcome measure selected by the investigators limits the capability of the study to answer the question whether any of the two pharmacokinetic models is superior in providing a more stable or less variable depth of anesthesia in patients undergoing surgery.
To select appropriate EWH-derived pharmacokinetic markers, a high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS/MS) method was established to simultaneously monitor 14 major compounds in unhydrolyzed plasma and 10 potential pharmacokinetic markers in hydrolyzed plasma.
The present project was designed to investigate the pharmacokinetic parameters of KTP in buffalo calves under local conditions of Pakistan after intravenous administration at the dose of 3mg/kg body weight.
Matching Kinetigen's pharmacokinetic expertise with Xceleron's AMS technology is a 'win-win' situation for clients seeking more robust options for analysis and interpretation of Phase I PK data.
From the clinical case study (1), the reader might infer that the changes in clearance and the volume of distribution are reduced with time, but previous pharmacokinetic investigations have found no indications for such a finding.
which is the manufacturer of Geodon and supported his pharmacokinetic studies.
Neuren Pharmaceuticals, Sydney, Australia, has announced the detailed pharmacokinetics analysis of the Phase 2 clinical trial of its lead compound, Glypromate(R), for the reduction of cognitive decline following cardiac surgery.
A review of its antibacterial activity, pharmacokinetic properties and therapeutic use.
Mahmood, with the US Food and Drug Administration, draws on the principles of allometry, the study of size and its consequences, to construct a conceptual basis for pharmacokinetic interspecies scaling.
Using data collected by Professor Rendic of the University of Zagreb of Croatia, the new service facilitates pharmacokinetic interaction studies.