## Calculation of AUC0-72 [NCA / SHAM]

Dear D. Labes,

sorry for the late response – I was driven by discussions about the drafted European BE-Guideline.

» I would like to discuss this a bit further.

» How do you act in a truncated setting if the last sample is missing? Or if some subject has conc. <LOQ due to faster kinetics?

»

» Omit this subject from the analysis?

I have heard of CROs omitting subjects if AUC

I wouldn’t start trying to get an estimate of C

Edit (years later)

sorry for the late response – I was driven by discussions about the drafted European BE-Guideline.

» I would like to discuss this a bit further.

» How do you act in a truncated setting if the last sample is missing? Or if some subject has conc. <LOQ due to faster kinetics?

»

» Omit this subject from the analysis?

I have heard of CROs omitting subjects if AUC

_{72}was stated as the primary parameter and the sample at 72 h (or earlier) was ≤LOQ. In the strict sense I would consider this correct.**But:**with the current trend of moving from seening BE as a surrogate of clinical safety/efficacy to a measure of pharmaceutical performance*in vivo*I would go with Kamal Midha’s Mantra and accept AUCs where the absorption is completed (C_{last}≥2–4 times t_{max}). See Example 2 in this thread. If we truncate AUCs of subjects with C_{last}<72 (for*any*treatment) at the last time point where C>LOQ (for*all*treatments), it should be possible to get an unbiased estimate of the T/R-ratio.* Unfortunately this method is not available in commercial software (at least not in the current versions of WinNonlin, Kinetica, EquivTest/PK).I wouldn’t start trying to get an estimate of C

_{72}.Edit (years later)

- Fisher D, Kramer W, Burmeister Getz E.
*Evaluation of a Scenario in Which Estimates of Bioequivalence Are Biased and a Proposed Solution: t*J Clin Pharm. 2016;56(7):794–800. doi:10.1002/jcph.663. free resource._{last}(Common).

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