Pharmacokinetics… a Beginner’s Guide
By John Kolthammer
After administration, drugs are absorbed (A), distributed (D), metabolised (M) and excreted (E). It’s important to recognise that the components of ADME are interrelated and if effective plasma concentrations are not achieved, then the patient will NOT be effectively treated!
Written primarily for clinical researchers, this monograph will provide a better understanding of Phase I to Phase III clinical research and the value of ADME in drug development.
Written by John Kolthammer, previous CEO of ICR, who has 40 years experience of working in toxicology, clinical research and regulatory affairs it will make a good basic guide to Pharmacokinetics.
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