Charlotte Gesson

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A human pharmacokinetic study was performed to assess the ability of a microdose to predict the pharmacokinetics of a therapeutic dose of fexofenadine and to determine its absolute oral bioavailability. Fexofenadine was chosen to represent an unmetabolized transporter substrate (P-gP and OATP). Fexofenadine was administered to 6 healthy male volunteers in a(More)
A clinical study was conducted to assess the ability of a microdose (100 μg) to predict the human pharmacokinetics (PK) following a therapeutic dose of clarithromycin, sumatriptan, propafenone, paracetamol (acetaminophen) and phenobarbital, both within the study and by reference to the existing literature on these compounds and to explore the source of any(More)
BACKGROUND Since 2007, it is mandatory for the pharmaceutical companies to submit a Paediatric Investigation Plan to the Paediatric Committee at the European Medicines Agency for any drug in development in adults, and it often leads to the need to conduct a pharmacokinetic study in children. Pharmacokinetic studies in children raise ethical and(More)
The main objective was to help design a paediatric study for ivabradine, a compound already marketed in adults, focusing on: the paediatric formulation evaluation, the doses to be administered, the sampling design and the sampling technique. A secondary objective was to perform a comparison of the prediction of ivabradine pharmacokinetics (PK) in children(More)
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