Potential pitfalls in the conventional pharmacokinetic studies: effects of the initial mixing of drug in blood and the pulmonary first-pass elimination

Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics
W L Chiou

Abstract

The classical concept of assuming that an i.v. dose instantaneously distributes into the central or plasma compartment is reviewed, as is the potential for pulmonary first-pass effect. Based on available literature, the concept is shown to lead to serious errors in estimating pharmacokinetic parameters, particularly for drugs with high clearance.

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