Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

  • College of Pharmacy |


The course is concerned with the exploration and examination of the physicochemical properties of drugs in the physiological environment and their impact on product performance in vitro and in vivo. It explores the principles of biopharmaceutics and strategies for enhancing drug delivery and bioavailability in addition to specialized knowledge essential to understand the concept of bioequivalence. Also, it introduces the students to basic pharmacokinetic parameters and mathematical aspects. General principles of pharmacokinetic models are presented as they pertain to the process of absorption, distribution and elimination of drugs in humans and the significance of these processes in drug therapy. Topics also emphasize linear and nonlinear metabolic clearance kinetics, drug-drug interaction mechanisms and kinetics, in vitro-in vivo predictions, pharmacogenetics and other sources of inter-individual variability




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