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By Sunil S. Jambhekar, Philip J. Breen

Uncomplicated Pharmacokinetics presents an realizing of the rules of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics and of the way those ideas could be utilized to accomplish winning drug remedy.

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RL 3. RL 4. g. g. g. 9 Use of urinary excretion data 43 Objectives Upon completion of this chapter, you will have the ability to: • describe the pharmacokinetic parameters apparent volume of distribution, elimination half life, first-order elimination rate constant and clearance • determine pharmacokinetic parameters from either plasma or urinary data • state the equation for plasma drug concentration as a function of time after administration of an intravenous bolus of a drug that exhibits one-compartment model characteristics • calculate plasma drug concentration at time t after the administration of an intravenous bolus dose of a drug • calculate the intravenous bolus dose of a drug that will result in a target (desired) plasma drug concentration at time t for a patient whose pharmacokinetic parameters have been determined, or for a patient whose pharmacokinetic parameters are estimated by the use of average values of the parameters reported in the literature.

All we need to know is that τ and (Cp )∞ are variables and, for the purposes of constructing the sketch, all the other symbols will be considered to be constants. 3 Next, rearrange the equation to isolate the y variable on the left side of the equal sign. For example: (Cp )∞ VKτ = SFX0 τ= SFX0 (Cp )∞ VK ↑ ↑ y x 26 Basic Pharmacokinetics 4 The equation is now in the form where y is a function of x. This means that the value of the y variable depends on the value of the x variable and on some constants.

The sampling time, however, reflects drug in urine collected over a period of time, rather than a drug concentration at a discrete time. 3 Urinary data allow direct measurement of bioavailability, both absolute and relative, without the need of fitting the data to a mathematical model. 693 h−1 × t5% ). 13 shows a scheme and setup for a one-compartment intravenous bolus model eliminated exclusively by urinary excretion. 32t1/2 . 1 Urine collection is a non-invasive technique. 32 half lives. , rapid distribution) and first-order elimination.

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