Clinical Pharmacokinetics

Clinical pharmacokinetics is the branch of study that illustrates in depth about the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and exclusion of drugs in patients requiring drug therapy. Clearance is the most important pharmacokinetic criteria because it helps in finding the steady-state concentration for a given dosage rate. All the Pharmacokinetic concepts have been utilized with great success by the pharmacists and the clinicians to differentiate patient drug therapy for about a quarter century.  With the combination of the knowledge of disease states and conditions that effects the distribution of a drug, kinetic theories can be used to modify doses to produce serum drug concentrations that result in desirable pharmacologic effects without undesirable side effects.

  • Absorption
  • Distribution
  • Metabolism
  • Clearance
  • Dosage
  • Pharmacist
  • Clinicians
  • Drug Therapy

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