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Most of the chapters have been revised to reflect our current understanding of drug product performance, bioavailability, bioequivalence, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and drug therapy.
You can also find results for a single author or contributor. Accessed December 31, Sign in via OpenAthens. Chapter Objectives, Chapter Summaries, and Frequently Asked Questions along with additional application questions appear within each chapter to identify and focus on key concepts. The publication of this sixth edition of Applied Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics represents over 30 years in print.
Secondary audiences for this textbook are research and development scientists in pharmaceutics, biopharmaceutics, and pharmacokinetics. The revised and updated sixth edition is unique in teaching basic concepts that relate to understanding the complex issues associated with safe and efficacious drug therapy.
This chapter describes the types of safety and efficacy risks and various means for preventing them including the roles of drug product quality and drug product performance. This div only appears pharmacominetics the trigger link is hovered over. This text integrates basic scientific principles with drug product development and clinical pharmacy practice. There are many improvements in this edition.
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Leon Shargel, et al. Understand the basic concepts in biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics. Clinical Sports Medicine Collection. Bioavailability and Bioequivalenceto reflect the consideration of bioequivalence as an in vivo measure of drug product performance and that bioequivalence is important in both brand and generic drug product development.
This revised and updated edition of the text remains unique in teaching basic blopharmaceutics that may be applied to understanding complex issues associated with in vivo drug delivery that are essential for safe and efficacious drug therapy. Use raw data and derive the pharmacokinetic models and parameters that best describe the process of drug absorption, distribution, and elimination Critically evaluate biopharmaceutic studies involving drug product equivalency and unequivalency Design and evaluate dosage regimens of drugs, using pharmacokinetic and biopharmaceutic parameters Detect potential clinical pharmacokinetic problems and apply basic pharmacokinetic principles to solve them Practical problems and clinical examples with discussions are included phaarmacokinetics each chapter to help you apply these principles pharmacokindtics patient care and drug consultation situations.
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