Philip Collier

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Moments analysis has been applied to the calculation of mean (in vivo) dissolution time (MDT) and mean absorption time (MAT) from plasma level of drug versus time data. Methods for accurately estimating the MDT under varying conditions, limitations of the methods, and interpretation of the data are presented. The importance of accurate estimates of the(More)
The concentrations of 12 pharmaceutical compounds (atenolol, erythromycin, cyclophosphamide, paracetamol, bezafibrate, carbamazepine, ciprofloxacin, caffeine, clarithromycin, lidocaine, sulfamethoxazole and N-acetylsulfamethoxazol (NACS)) were investigated in the influents and effluents of two hospital wastewater treatment plants (HWWTPs) in Saudi Arabia.(More)
The limitations of using estimates of extent of bioavailability (F) based on the assumption that either clearance (CL) or Varea remain, constant are discussed in relation to the situation where CL changes between doses. When estimates of F assume CL to remain constant, the extent of the error is the same for all drugs where the percentage change in CL is(More)
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