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The pharmacokinetics of single 50 mg oral and intravenous doses of milnacipran, a new non tricyclic antidepressant drug, were compared in 11 chronic liver impaired (LI) subjects and in 6 control subjects. Hepatic impairments, classified according to the PUGH scale were moderate (1 grade A), intermediate (6 grade B) and severe (4 grade C). Concentrations of(More)
The pharmacokinetics of ciprofloxacin has been studied after a single oral dose of 500 mg given to 5 normal subjects (N) and to 15 patients grouped according to their residual renal creatinine clearance: Group I, 8–30 ml·min−1, Group II, <8 ml·min−1, and Group III, haemodialysed patients studied twice — during an interdialysis period (IIIa) and in a 4 h(More)
Following oral administration in the fasting healthy subject, the mean maximum concentration of tianeptine is 334 +/- 79 ng/ml. Absorption of tianeptine from the tablet form is rapid and complete. Maximum plasma concentration is obtained by the first hour following administration (0.94 +/- 0.47 h). Absolute bioavailability is 99 +/- 29%. Tianeptine is thus(More)
From november 1981 to january 1982, 80 consecutive patients received high dose metoclopramide, adjoined to different cancer chemotherapy regimens containing cisplatine, dacarbazine, actinomycin D or mithramycin. Nineteen of them (23,75%) had no chemotherapy induced nausea or vomiting, 30 (37,5%) had nausea alone or vomited only once, and 17 (21,3%) had 3 to(More)
Several standardized assessment procedures are currently used in the evaluation of adverse drug reactions (ADRs). Disagreement in rating ADRs can result from between-raters variability and between-methods differences in weighting the evidence. We eliminated between-raters variability by computer simulation of 1134 ADRs (including all the possible(More)
Ten fasting subjects received 200 mg cimetidine orally either with water or 11 g aluminium phosphate mixture in a randomized, single dose, two-way cross-over study. Blood samples were taken for 12 h and urine was collected for 24 h. Cimetidine in plasma and urine was analysed by HPLC. There were no significant differences between the treatments with respect(More)
Twelve, healthy fasting, subjects received 200 mg cimetidine orally either with water or 1 g sucralfate in a randomized, single dose, two-way crossover study. Blood samples were taken for 12 h and urine was collected for 24 h. Cimetidine in plasma and urine was analysed by HPLC. There was no significant difference between the two treatments in peak plasma(More)
A plasma assay for paracetamol by HPLC is described. Paracetamol is extracted with diethyl ether in the presence of an internal standard, beta- hydroxyethyltheophylline . The extracts are analysed using reversed phase chromatography (Radial Pak C18 column), the mobile phase consisting of a buffer mixture of 0.01 mol/l acetate (pH 4)-acetonitrile (920-80,(More)
The kinetics of moxalactam has been investigated in 10 subjects undergoing continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). A single 1 g dose was injected i.v. and a 1 g dose was given intraperitoneally in the CAPD fluid during a 4 h dwell-time. Moxalactam was assayed by HPLC. After i.v. injection, the serum kinetics of moxalactam were: plasma t 1/2=17.9(More)