yogeshla
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2021-10-18 14:24
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 PK simulation in Phoenix [Software]

Hi,

Can we do PK modeling or simulation using Phoenix winNonlin/nlme module? If yes can someone elaborate process. I need to simulate PK data observed from 2 studies to predict PK data of future formulation with similar changes.
jag009
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2021-10-19 08:04
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@ yogeshla
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 PK simulation in Phoenix

Hi,
» I need to simulate PK data observed from 2 studies to predict PK data of future formulation with similar changes.

Are you referring to IVIVC?

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yogeshla
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2021-10-19 12:37
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 PK simulation in Phoenix

Thanx J,

question is related to PK-PD modeling.
SDavis
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2021-10-19 11:23
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 PK simulation in Phoenix

This is definitely possible, either via IVIVC or the model object;

There are worked examples in the Help.

https://onlinehelp-dev.certara.com/phoenix/8.3/topics/nlmeexfitpkpd.htm#XREF_32183_Fitting_PK_and_PD

And there are also some free training materials - look at Help>Phoenix IVIVC tutorial and the other material in Certara University.

If you have a specific questions you can try looking or asking on the User forums https://support.certara.com/forums/

or if you have some specific queston you can try emailing [email protected]

Simon.

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yogeshla
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2021-10-19 12:36
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 PK simulation in Phoenix

Thanx Simon,

Question is related to PK-PD modeling, like wanted to build model using observed PK data linked with git pH value and predict data for future batch.

Thanks in advance !!
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