Metabolism of phenazopyridine by isolated rat hepatocytes

@article{JurimaRomet1993MetabolismOP,
  title={Metabolism of phenazopyridine by isolated rat hepatocytes},
  author={Mall{\'e} Jurima‐Romet and Barry H. Thomas and G. Solomonraj and C. J. Paul and H. S. Huang},
  journal={Biopharmaceutics \& Drug Disposition},
  year={1993},
  volume={14}
}
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHENAZOPYRIDINE (PYRIDIUM) AND CYSTONE AS SHORT­ TERM ANALGESIC IN UNCOMPLICATED URINARY TRACT INFECTION
It is a   randomized, open label comparative study between   Pyridium and   Cystone    to   asses the analgesic efficacy in  treating burning micturition & pain during voiding of urine   with in 48
Development and validation of a gas chromatography‐mass spectrometry method for the determination of phenazopyridine in rat plasma: application to the pharmacokinetic study
TLDR
The results presented here clearly indicate that this proposed method could be applicable to investigate the pharmacokinetic of phenazopyridine in rats after administration.

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