Pharmacokinetics Simulations

The primary objective of the package, Pharmacokinetics Simulations, is to teach the basic principles of pharmacokinetics through computer simulations.

Simulation of the plasma drug concentration-time profile is a valuable tool to understand the basic pharmacokinetic principles and to appreciate the interplay of various pharmacokinetic parameters.

In this package, a user can select a pharmacokinetic model, adjust one or more pharmacokinetic parameters and evaluate how changes in the parameter(s) affect the resulting plasma drug concentration-time profile. Results can be plotted either on a linear scale or on a semilog scale; the user can easily switch between linear and semilog scales.

Information about the pharmacokinetic model and equation(s) used for the calculations in a simulation can be seen at any point when working through a simulation.

Product Code: COP004

Price: £300 p.a. (per institution)

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