Simple method for the analysis of tenoxicam in human plasma using high-performance liquid chromatography

Journal of Chromatography. B, Biomedical Applications
J L Mason, G J Hobbs


A simple, rapid and cost-effective method for the determination of tenoxicam in human plasma is described, using ketorolac as the internal standard. The extraction procedure utilised 5% zinc sulphate and methanol. A nucleosil C18 column and 35:65 acetonitrile-water phosphate buffered mobile phase (pH 2.8) were used, with ultraviolet detection at 355 nm. The assay was linear in the range 40 ng/ml-10 micrograms/ml, with recovery of extraction ranging from 87 to 102%. The intra- and inter-assay reproducibility had coefficients of variation of 3.9-7.7 and 1.6% respectively. The limit of detection for this method was 40 ng/ml.


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