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Absorption Law - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 16 January 2022

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Square root law model for the delivery and intestinal absorption of drugs: a case of hydrophilic captopril.

Using comprehensive descriptions that take into account many independent causes as possible, as well as simple models that employ fewer parameters, mainly based on key variables, seems to be the most successful strategies of oral drug absorption. These conditions regarding CPT concentration were converted into initial and boundary mathematical conditions for the diffusion equation in the intestinal wall, which was also translated into initial and boundary mathematical conditions for the diffusion equation. CPT 50 mg, one studying CPT pharmacokinetics after a 100 mg dose, and one comparing CPT pharmacokinetics of two fixed-dose combinations of CPT 50 mg and hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg was successfully applied to results obtained in five bioequivalence studies: three researchers comparing plasma levels after the administration of a single dose of CPT 50 mg, one evaluating CPT pharmacokinetics after a 100 mg dose, and pharmacokinetics of two different pharmacokinetics after pharmacokinetics after pharmacokinetics of 25 mg and hydrochloro pharmacokinetics were applied to CPT pharmacokinetics of pharmacokinetics of CPT pharmacokinetics after pharmact pharmacokinetics after adoet pharmacokinetics of CPT 50 mg and hydrochlorothazide 25 mg, and.

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