Pharmacokinetics of haldol decanoate

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Once a drug’s bioavailability has been established it is possible to calculate the changes that need to be made to its dosage in order to reach the required blood plasma levels. Bioavailability is therefore a mathematical factor for each individual drug that influences the administered dose. It is possible to calculate the amount of a drug in the blood plasma that has a real potential to bring about its effect using the formula: D e = B ⋅ D a {\displaystyle De=B\cdot Da\,} ; where De is the effective dose , B bioavailability and Da the administered dose.

Pharmacokinetics of haldol decanoate

pharmacokinetics of haldol decanoate

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