Drug distribution within human milk phases.

Abstract

Phase distribution and protein binding of drugs in human milk have been measured. The analytical method is reproducible, rapid, and requires only small sample volumes. Five drugs were studied: diazepam, phenobarbital, warfarin, phenytoin, and disopyramide. Experiments were carried out at 37 degrees C on milk samples with variable fat and protein contents… (More)

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