Pharmacokinetic-Based Design and Modification of Dosage Regimens
An expected outcome of most clinical or applied pharmacokinetic courses offered in pharmacy schools is the design of dosage regimens for individual patients based on the drug kinetic and/or dynamic parameters in the patient. To achieve this outcome, specific methods are usually discussed for individual drugs such as aminoglycosides, digoxin, theophylline, and phenytoin among others.
Mehvar, Reza. "Pharmacokinetic-based design and modification of dosage regimens." Am J Pharm Educ 62.2 (1998): 189-95.
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
This article was originally published in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, volume 62, issue 2, in 1998.