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drp
Junior

India,
2018-08-10 07:09

Posting: # 19162
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 Sampling time [Design Issues]

Dear All,
My query is how is Sampling time points and number of sampling decided in bioequivalence study.

Thanks and regards:
drp


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Helmut
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Vienna, Austria,
2018-08-10 11:51

@ drp
Posting: # 19165
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 Sampling time

Hi drp,

you need to know the PK of the drug (distribution, elimination) and the properties of the formulation (absorption, lag-time). For some general approaches see here and there.

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Durga
Junior

India,
2018-08-14 07:37

@ drp
Posting: # 19167
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 Sampling time

We need to check the molecule available PK profile of drug (absorption, distribution and elimination). we need to read the guidelines how many sampling time points need to be set at different phases as per above mentioned.

you need to check the metabolite pharmacological activity (if applicable)

bases on the formulation also. it is also very important.


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jag009
Hero

NJ,
2018-08-18 00:17

@ Durga
Posting: # 19171
Views: 636
 

 Sampling time

» We need to check the molecule available PK profile of drug (absorption, distribution and elimination). we need to read the guidelines how many sampling time points need to be set at different phases as per above mentioned.

"Read the guidelines how many sampling time points needed"? What guidelines?

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