Pharmacokinetic Considerations in Clinical Toxicology
Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles should be regarded in the assessment and proper management of patients exposed to a poison. Clinicians must apply these principles to make rational clinical decisions regarding the significance of the poisoning (risk assessment) and to formulate an appropriate management plan. However, pharmacokinetic processes and parameters may be changed in the patient with acute poisoning. This may result from saturation of the capacity of a number of...[Show more]
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