peak concentration

peak concentration

the maximum amount of a substance or force, such as the highest concentration of a drug measured after it is administered.
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Results: The high local peak concentration of gentamicin found in this study would be expected to deliver a substantial prophylactic effect after long operations with an increased risk of intraoperative bacterial contamination.
Not everyone has the same type of body clock and peak concentration times.
The predictive capability of suPAR (adjusted for age and sex) was not attenuated with the use of the first available blood sample compared to the peak concentration with respect to either outcome [HF, first suPAR sample HR 2.
If there are no controls in place to manage concentrations, the company may write too many of these risks and develop peak concentration zones.
Class Bivalent Indication PCI & PCI in patients with HIT Administration Parenteral Time to peak concentration 0.
Pharmacokinetic analysis: Pharmacokinetic variables such as peak concentration ([C.
The peak concentration was reached 1-2 h after injection.
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In one aspect, the intranasal delivery formulations and methods provide enhanced delivery of peptide YY to the blood plasma or central nervous system tissue or fluid, for example, by yielding a peak concentration of the peptide YY in the blood plasma or central nervous system tissue or fluid of the subject that is 20% or greater compared to a peak concentration of the peptide YY in the blood plasma or central nervous system tissue or fluid of the subject following administration to the subject of a same concentration or dose of the peptide YY to the subject by subcutaneous injection.