Martina Tvrdonová

Learn More
AIMS To develop a model for simulations of processes in the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), using tools of the theory of dynamic systems. METHODS Frequent sampling OGTT was performed in 13 healthy subjects (6 males and 7 females). Subsequently, employing glucose and insulin concentration-time profiles of the subjects, the model was developed. (More)
The study was conducted to exemplify an approach capable of obtaining a new insight into bioequivalence (BE) assessment, by the use of a physiologically motivated model. Data from an oral BE study of two piroxicam (PXM) products was used as an example. The BE study was carried out with 24 healthy European subjects according to a two-sequence(More)
This work describes quantification of regulatory mechanisms glucose-insulin, using data from a frequently sampled intravenous glucose tolerance test (FSIVGTT) and a mechanistically motivated model with time delays. FSIVGTT was performed on 14 young healthy volunteers. The constructed model computationally takes into account the form of the short-time(More)
The study was conducted to formulate a physiologically motivated time-delay (PM TD) mathematical model for human beings, which incorporates disintegration of a drug formulation, dissolution, discontinuous gastric emptying and enterohepatic circulation (EHC) of a drug. Piroxicam, administered to 24 European, healthy individuals in 20 mg capsules Feldene(More)
The authors introduce UNILAT, a new generic product from UNIMED PHARMA Ltd., a Slovak pharmaceutical company. Within the Phase III. of clinical trial they evaluate UNILATes efficacy and safety in the treatment of glaucoma and intraocular hypertension. The clinical study design was performed as an open comparative multicenter trial. Its goal was to compare(More)
  • 1