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Since pharmacokinetics can greatly affect how different patients respond to the same drug, both students and physicians need a basic clinical understanding of this vital area. The Third Edition of Clinical Pharmacokinetics provides a practical perspective, with these added features considerations of both stereochemistry and the increasing number of polypeptide and protein drugs being developed; the range and number of problems at the end of each chapter has been expanded; a second color added to make the text more user friendly; important equations highlighted by shading.
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A practical guide to the use of pharmacokinetic principles in clinical practice. Over 30 clinical cases with self-study questions and answers are presented throughout to bridge the gap between pharmacokinetic concepts and their practical application to individual patients. Pharmacokinetics is the study of the process of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination. The aim of applying pharmacokinetic principles is to individualise the dose of drug, and optimise the outcome achieved in each patient. Its application reduces the chance of under-treatment, inadvertent poisoning and dose related adverse effects.

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