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Nonaqueous cephalosporin suspension for parenteral administration: cefazolin sodium.
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Kinetic studies on the stability of the drug as a function of temperature were conducted; it appears that the chemical stability in ethyl oleate at room temperature is adequate for a reasonable shelf life. Expand
Cinoxacin in female mongrel dogs: effect of urine pH on urinary drug excretion and correlation of in vitro characteristics of oral dosage forms with bioavailability.
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Four aspects of the bioavailabilities of the oral preparations, peak plasma cinoxacin concentration, time of peak plasmacinox ACIN concentration, area under the plasma cInoxACin concentration-time curve, and urinary excretion of cinxacin, were determined and found to follow rank-order relationships with the characteristics of the same preparations in vitro. Expand
Liquid chromatographic analysis of enviradene, a new antiviral agent, in plasma and its application in bioavailability studies in the dog.
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A rapid and specific high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) assay has been developed for the determination of enviradene, 1, at concentrations of 2-5 ng/mL in plasma, which found the bioavailability of the drug in dogs was found to be increased by the concomitant administration of food. Expand