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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)
Imipramine was used to treat 18 depressed inpatients for 22 days. Imipramine 2 mg/kg/day was administered from day 0 to day 14 intramuscularly, and 4 mg/kg/day was administered orally from days 15-21. Two pharmacokinetic studies were performed, the first at the end of the intramuscular phase (day 14) and the second at the end of the oral phase (day 21).(More)
Fifty-one depressed inpatients, after 1 drug-free week, were treated for 5 weeks with imipramine 4 mg/kg day. Plasma levels of imipramine (IMI) and its active metabolite desmethylimipramine (DMI) were measured weekly, 15 hours after the last drug intake. Steady state blood levels (IMI + DMI) ranged from 60 to 585 ng/ml. The mean value for plasma(More)
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