Pramacokinetic processes - What does ADME stand for?
What are the basic pharmacokinetic parameters?
Volume of Distribution (Vd)
Half - life (t 0.5)
Pharmacokinetics: What the body does to the drug
Name one of the elimination terms.
What are the considerations for ABSORPTION
Name one route of administration.
Name one PARENTERAL route of administration.
*parenteral = located outside the alimentary tract
Name one ENTERAL route of administration.
*enteral = intestines-related
Oral administration is used mainly for systemic effect. However, is occasionally used for local effect such as diarrhoea and constipation.
a) consume drugs
b) drugs dissolve
c) drugs in soltion enter gastro intestinal tract
d) liver with enzymes biotransform/metabolise compounds + drugs (first pass)
e) drugs absorbed and enter bloodstream
f) drugs go through systemic circulation
g) liver with enzymes biotransform/metabolise compounds + drugs (2nd, 3rd, 4th etc pass)
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