L E van Bork

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A sensitive and selective method for the quantitative determination of the quaternary ammonium antiacetylcholine-compound thiazinamium methylsulphate (Multergan) in plasma and urine is described. The procedure is based on ion pair extraction of the compound with iodide as the counter ion. This is followed by gas chromatography using an alkali flame(More)
The disposition of the quaternary ammonium compound thiazinamium methyl sulfate is described after intramuscular injection in humans. The plasma concentration-time curves could be resolved into two exponential components, suggesting an open two-compartment model with absorption phase. Absorption was found to be extremely fast. Peak concentrations were(More)
Bioavailability after oral administration of the anticholinergic drug thiazinamium methylsulfate (Multergan), a phenothiazine derivative with a quaternary ammonium group in the molecule, has been studied in patients and volunteers by measuring the drug concentrations in plasma or the excretion of the parent drug in urine. The relative bioavailability as(More)
The absorption and metabolism of the quaternary ammonium compound thiazinamium methylsulfate were studied in humans using plasma concentration data and urinary excretion measurements. After giving a dose of 150 mg in suppositories, the relative bioavailability was 5.8 +/- 3.2 (SD) % of the dose, comparable to the values obtained following oral(More)
A sensitive and selective method for the determination of the quaternary ammonium compound oxyphenonium bromide (Antrenyl), a drug with strong anticholinergic properties, in human plasma and urine is described. The method is based on ion-pair extraction of the cation with perchlorate, a re-extraction according to ion-pair principles with tetrapentylammonium(More)
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