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bioavailability 

amount of free and active unchanged drug that reaches systemic circulation 

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what is the absorption after IV administration? 

100%

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How do you calculate the Dose (IV) if you are given Dose (oral) and % bioavailability 

DIV = Doral x [Bioabailability (%) / 100] 

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How do you calculate bioavailability (F) if you are given AUCoral and AUCIV 

Bioavailability (F) = [AUCOral / AUCIV] x 100

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this constant relates the amount of drug in the body to the amount of drug in the blood

volume of distribution (Vd)

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There are two ways to calculate Vd (volume of distribution). Give both 

  1. Vd = [total amount of drug in the body]/[concentration in plasma]
  2. Vd= intravenous dose / plasma concentration of drug at time zeo (C0)

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drugs that distribute extensively and bind to peripheral tissues have a large or small Vd

large Vd

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Drugs that are highly concentrated in the plasma have a large or small Vd

small Vd

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Vd is affected by several factors. Name them

  • age
  • body weight
  • organ pathology 

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if a drug's Vd lies in the 3-5 L range, where is it found in the body 

plasma water 

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Warfarin has what Vd concentration

Vd = 3-5 L which means it is highly concentrated in the plasma water 

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If a drug has a Vd that lies in 10-20 L range, where is it highly concentrated? 

extracellular space 

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If a drug has a Vd that lies in 22-40 L range, where is it highly concentrated

whole body water 

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If a drug has a Vd that lies in >70 L range, where is it highly concentrated

Tissue 

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When you make Vd calculations, what weight for the patient is assumed?

70 Kg 

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Ex: 200 mg of Drug A is administered IV. Plasma concentration was 5 mg/L at time zero. Calculate the Vd in an 80 Kg patient

  • Vd = DIV / C0
  • Vd= 200 mg / 5 mg/L = 40L
  • Determine Vd in a single Kg: 40L / 70 kg = 0.57 L/kg
  • multiply by weight of patient: 0.57 L/kg x 80 kg = 45 L  

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what are biological storage depots

sites in the body that can accumulate drugs and acts as reservoirs; affecting distribution by decreasing plasma levels and prolonging half-lives 

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What type of drugs accumulate in fat

highly lipid soluble drugs

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What type of drugs accumulate in tissues

drugs that bind reversibly to cellular components 

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What type of drugs accumulate in bone

drugs with chelating properties 

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what type of drugs accumulate in transcellular reservoirs such as GI tract

drugs that are slowly absorbed or undergo enterohepatic circulation 

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drugs that have high plasma protein (albumin) binding have a high or low Vd 

  • low Vd
  • these drugs accumulate in plasma and have prolonged half-lives 
  • they are available but not active 

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what type of drugs can be distributed between compartments (e.g. from plasma to muscle and adipose tissue). 

lipid soluble drugs 

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what type of drugs will accumulate in breast milk? Why?

  • breast milk is more acidic than plasma
  • basic and lipid soluble drugs will accumulate 

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what are the sites that drugs are often unable to penetrate

  • cerebrospinal fluid
  • ocular fluid
  • fetal fluid
  • pleural fluid 

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what type of drugs can be transfered from pregnant mother to fetus. why?

  • fetus is acidic
  • basic drugs will get trapped (can be teratogenic) 

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what is first order elimination

a certain percentage of the drug is eliminated per amount of time 

 

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what is the rate limiting factor in first order elimination

plasma concentration 

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what is the relationship between half life (t1/2) and Vd and CL (clearence) 

t1/2 = (0.7 x Vd) / CL

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What is the relationship between t1/2 and Kel (elimination constant)

t1/2 = 0.7 / Kel

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What is the t1/2 of a drug with Vd = 40L and CL 5L/hr? 

  • t1/2 = (0.7 x 40L) / 5L/hr = 5.6 hr

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what is the t1/2 if Vd= 0.57 L/Kg and CL of 5 L/hr in a 80 Kg man 

t1/2 = (0.7 x 0.57 L/kg x 80 kg) / 5L/hr = 6.4 hr 

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if first order elimination, how long does it take (in t1/2) to eliminate most of a drug? How long does it take to obtain Css plasma levels?

  • 5 t1/2
  • 5 t1/2

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in first order elimination, the time to reach Css is related to dose and/or t1/2?

  • only to t1/2, NOT dose 

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if you are working with a first order kinetics drug, what changes to the dosing interval and the dose concentration will result in an increased steady state

  • shorten the dosing interval
  • increasing the dose

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How can you differentiate between a first order and zero order kinetics plot in a logarithmic form?

  • zero order: curved line
  • first order: straight line 

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what is zero order elimination

constant amount eliminated over unit time 

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what is the rate limiting factor in a zero-order reaction

  • biological system is the rate limiting factor
  • it is not dependent on plasma levels or dose 

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in a zero order elimination, if you repeatedly give a high dose, will steady state levels develop? why or why not? 

  • will NOT develop steady state levels
  • zero order kinetics is not dependent on plasma levels

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what happens if a first order elimination drug is given at higher doses then its elimination rate?

will accumulate in the body and produce excessive plasma levels and toxicity 

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what is clearance (CL)

measure of body's capacity to eliminate a drug 

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What is the relationship between Vd and CL and Kel (elimination constant) 

CL = Vd x Kel

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What is the equation between total systemic clearance 

CL = CL renal + CL hepatic + CL lung + CL others 

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what is the CL of a drug with Vd = 100 and t1/2 = 2 hr 

  • T1/2 = (0.7 x Vd) / CL therefore CL = Vd x (0.7 / t1/2
  • CL = 100L (0.7 / 2 hr) = 35 L/hr 

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What is the CL if Vd=100L and t1/2= 2 hr in a 80 kg patient

  • Vd = 100L / 70 kg = 1.43 L/kg
  • CL = 1.43 L/kg x (0.7 / 2 hr) = 0.44 L/hr/Kg
  • CL = 0.5 L/hr/Kg x 80 Kg = 40 L/hr 

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Css has what relationship to dose, bioavailability, t1/2, CL and Vd? 

  • Css is directly proportional to dose, bioavailability, and t1/2
  • Css is inversely proportional to CL and Vd  

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if drug infusion is stopped, how long does it take for your body to eliminate a drug

5 and 1/2 t1/2 to eliminate drug 

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when drug infusion is started, how long does it take to reach concentration steady state

5 and 1/2  half lives

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what can be administered to achieve an immediate therapeutic plasma concentration 

a loading dose 

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what equation will allow you to determine LD (loading dose)

LD = Vd x TC (Css) 

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once the loading dose is administered, what dose can be given to maintain steady state concentration

proper maintenance dose 

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What is the loading dose if Vd = 100 L and TC = 5 mg/L

LD = 100 L x 5 mg/L = 500 mg 

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what is the LD if Vd = 100 L and TC = 5 mg/L in a 60 Kg patient 

  • Vd = 100L / 70 kg = 1.42 L/kg
  • LD = 1.42 L/kg x 5 mg/L x 60 kg = 426 mg 

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how can you determine the maintenance dose?

  • maintenance dose = dosing rate x dosing interval 
  • maintenance dose = (CL x TC / F) x dosing interval 

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If you increase the dose and dosing interval by the same ratio, what happens to the Css

no change 

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at concentration steady state, how can you determine the dosing rate using clearance, theraputic concentration and bioavailability of a drug 

  • dosing rate = elimination rate = CL x TC / F
  • ** F = 1.0 if administration is IV 

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determine the dosing rate for a drug that is infused and the desired TC is 100 mg/L. the CL is 2.0 L/hr

DR = (2.0 L/hr x 100 mg/L) / 1 = 200 mg/hr 

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how long is a compound protected when it is first made

20 years, then companies can make generic form