NPB 168 - Distribution of Lipid-Soluble Barbiturate to...

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1 Your Brain on Drugs? Pharmacokinetics Kinetics
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2 Fate of Drugs in the Body Routes of Administration
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3 Membrane Properties Degree of Ionization at different pHs for Acids & Bases
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4 Absorption in GI Tract Drug Distribution via the Heart & Circulatory System
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5 Cardiovascular Perfusion of theBody
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Unformatted text preview: Distribution of Lipid-Soluble Barbiturate to Tissues Effects of Depot Binding 6 Relationship Between the Blood of the Mother and Fetus 7 Half-Life Plasma levels of Valium following a single IV dose Time-course of Drug Clearance 8 Renal Excretion Drug Metabolism...
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NPB 168 - Distribution of Lipid-Soluble Barbiturate to...

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