Perumal, Omathanu P. In: Garg, Sanjay , ed. Pharmaceutical Press, London, UK, pp. This can be explained by the LADMER system which includes liberation of a drug from the dosage form, absorption of the drug, distribution of the drug, metabolism of the drug, excretion of the drug and finally the response. Biopharmaceutics deals with the study of physiochemical and physiological factors that influence the liberation and absorption of drugs from different dosage forms. Pharmacokinetics deals with the absorption, distribution, metabolismn and excretion of a drug; the study of drug response is known as pharmacodynamics.

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Oral Dosing. Advantages: convenience of administration cheap avoidance of high toxic concentrations Disadvantages: inefficient erratic bioavailability first pass effect.

Advantages: by-pass the liver avoid GIT side effects Disadvantages: erratic absorption patient compliance. Parenteral Route - Intravenous. Parenteral Route - subcutaneous. Advantages: self-administered slow but complete absorption Disadvantages: can be painful smaller doses. Parenteral Route - intramuscular.

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LADMER SYSTEM Lecture By : Abdul Mannan Definition of Biopharmaceutics Biopharmaceutics is a major branch of the pharmaceutical sciences concerned with the relationship between the physicochemical properties of a drug in dosage form and the pharmacologic, toxicologic, or clinical response observed after its administration Gibaldi, Studies of biopharmaceutics involves both in-vitro and in-vivo methods. In-vitro methods involves test apparatus without involving laboratory animals or humans. Pharmacokinetics Absorption Disposition Distribution Elimination Excretion Metabolism Overall Pharmacokinetic Parameters Absorption rate constant K a Extent of bioavailability F Half life t Effective concentration range Blood plasma concentration ratio Apparent volume of distribution V d Fraction of protein binding F b Peak concentration C max Time to reach peak concentration t max Toxic concentrations First order elimination rate constant K Fraction of dose excreted unchanged in urine X u. Clearance Total, Renal, Hepatic, etc.


Ladmer System And Dissolution Principles

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