SAP? [Software]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2020-07-03 17:31 (289 d 09:21 ago) – Posting: # 21649
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Hi Mahmoud,

» Dear Dr

Not a Dr ;-)

» in This study I found that and for Cmax Pk that
» CVintra =27.3217 and CVinter=20.7271 this is not true in BE studies

Truth does not belong to the realm of science. :-D

» From most studies CVinter is more more than CVintra

Correct; sometimes CVintra > CVinter.

» I think that the two types=CSH or FA0(1) in the FDA code are not suitable to obtain these results

Why, can you elaborate?

» » Are you trying to “safe” a failed study?
» No

I see. Please answer my other question (also in the subject line)

» » What is stated in the SAP?

as well.

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