pharmakinetics


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phar·ma·ki·ne·tics

(fahr'mă-ki-net'iks)
The mathematical characterization of the disposition of a drug in the body over time. Used to facilitate understanding and interpretation of blood levels and to guide adjustments in dosage and interval for maximum therapeutic results and minimum toxic effects.
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Mississauga, ON Canada MDS Harris, Lincoln, NE PharmaKinetics Laboratories, Inc.