- Phase I
- Phase II
- Phase III
- Phase IV
- PI (Principal Investigator or Primary Investigator)
- Placebo Controlled Study
- Pompe Disease
- Posterior Segment
- Postmenopausal Osteoporosis
Pharmacokinetics is the process that refers to the movement of a pharmaceutical product into, through, and out of a living organism. It describes how the body affects a drug or vaccine.
Drugs undergo four phases in the process of pharmacokinetics:
The rate at which the drug is eliminated from the body is dependent on pharmacokinetics. Analysis and the understanding of pharmacokinetics guide drug development and therapeutic decision-making.
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