Pocket Guide: Pharmacokinetics Made Easy
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Presents a complex topic in a simple, easy-to-understand way
Pocket Guide: Pharmacokinetics Made Easy is the latest update of the popular Pharmacokinetics Made Easy. It is suitable for a wide audience including medical practitioners, health professionals, and students. The individual chapters were initially published as a series of articles in Australian Prescriber to assist practitioners in drug dosing and therapy. The physiological approach herein adopted addresses clinical issues in drug therapy and makes them directly applicable to practice situations.


Key Selling Features:


- Self-assessment questions in each chapter


- Glossary of symbols


- Use of equations to explain physiological factors underlying important pharmacokinetics processes


- Endorsed and co-published with Australian Prescriber


- List of key points summarizing the content to improve accessibility and understanding
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Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 112 x 176 x 8mm | 199.58g
  • McGraw-Hill Education / Australia
  • Australia
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • Mit Abb.
  • 0070285276
  • 9780070285279
  • 90,093

Table of contents

1. Clearance
2. Volume of distribution


3. Half-Life


4. How Drugs are Cleared by the Liver


5. Bioavailability and First-Class Clearance


6. Predicting Drug Interactions and the Effects of Disease States for Metabolised Drugs


7. Clearance of Drugs by the Kidneys


8. Drug Protein Binding


9. Non-Linear Pharmacokinetics


10. How to Determine the Pharmacokinetic Parameters of a Drug


11. Pharmacodynamics - the Concentration-Effect Relationship


12. Designing Dose Regimens


13. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
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About Donald J. Birkett

Donald Birkett Professor and Head of Clinical Pharmacology, Flinders University, SA; has chaired the Australian Drug Utilisation Subcommittee and the WHO Working Group on Drug Statistics Methodology.
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