Different PK profile [Study As­sess­ment]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2018-02-07 11:04  – Posting: # 18368
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Hi ssussu,

» The dose is not lost because the nurse expel the burble by squeezing the tube to float the burble up from the liquid surface of the tube.

I don’t understand. Did you use an infusion pump or an infusion bottle / drip chamber?

» » 2. only if you lost nothing […] the Cmax and AUC will equal the one with a constant rate infusion.
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» From the above picture, if the dose is not lost, can i say just the AUC will be effect but the Cmax is the same with the canstant rate infusion?

Read again what I wrote above.

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