Calculation of time above MIC [R for BE/BA]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2008-06-26 18:58 (4910 d 05:47 ago) – Posting: # 1975
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Dear Aceto81!

» ...I'm struggling with the time above the MIC90 and %time above MIC90.
» Prats et al. came up with a time of 102.5 hours and 94.9% of total time in SS.

Looking at you data, this seems to be a reasonable value.

» I have no idea about how to find the 102.5 hours.
» I searched in the forum's archive, in the manual of WinNonLin, on the web, but couldn't find any references.

It's not implemented in WinNonlin; but I'm right now at a conference in London where one of the lecturers is Jason Chittenden of Pharsight - I will ask him.

I don't know any reference either - except one by Jerome Skelly of the FDA, maybe 20 years ago. Start searching with the term "occupany time" or just "occupancy".

» Maybe someone can give me some help?
» I'm routinely use R, but now I'm also using WinNonLin.

If the values fall below the MIC and come up again (like in your case) do a linear interpolation. An algorithm is like this:I would use rather R than WinNonlin for that purpose, although it shouldn't be that difficult to set it up too.

I just made a unchecked hotel-room quickshot in R; 116.5 hr >0.517 ug/ml within 0 - 124 hr?!!

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