Pharmacokinetics of moclobemide after single and multiple oral dosing with 150 milligrams 3 times daily for 15 days

@article{Guentert1990PharmacokineticsOM,
  title={Pharmacokinetics of moclobemide after single and multiple oral dosing with 150 milligrams 3 times daily for 15 days},
  author={Theodor W. Guentert and Geoffrey T Tucker and Adrienne Korn and J. P. Pfefen and P. Haefelfinger and M. P. Schoerlin},
  journal={Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={1990},
  volume={82}
}
This study was undertaken to determine the absolute bioavailability and steady‐state concentrations of moclobemide after doses of 150 mg. In 14 healthy human volunteers, no differences in tmax, t1/2β, Cl/F, Cmax and AUC were found between a single oral dose of 100 mg and one of 150 mg. The mean absolute oral availability was 0.66 and 0.69 respectively. Plasma concentration profiles of moclobemide on repeated dosing with 150 mg 3 times daily for 15 days were essentially superimposable, although… Expand
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