chronesthesy

chronesthesy

The timing of the administration of a drug to reflect the circadian or other bioperiodic rhythm, which may affect the receptor number on a membrane, biomolecular conformation and rate-limiting steps in metabolic pathways.

chronesthesy

Administration time of a drug based on the circadian or other bioperiodic rhythm, related to the rhythm in receptor number or conformation and rate-limiting steps in metabolic pathways. See Circadian rhythm.
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BASIC CHRONOPHARMACOLOGY OF ALCOHOL: CHRONOKINETICS, CHRONESTHESY, AND CHRONERGY
Efficacy and time of day can be classified into chronopharmacokinetics and chronesthesy. The field of chronopharmacokinetics, similar to pharmacokinetics, investigates characteristic properties of the (1) absorption, (2) distribution, (3) metabolism, and (4) elimination of a particular substance related to a specific time course.
Chronesthesy. The second component of efficacy and time of day is chronesthesy.