bioavailability of drugsの例文
- The bioavailability of drugs administered nasally is generally significantly higher than drugs taken orally.
- Such tablets are retained in the stomach for a longer period of time, thereby improving the bioavailability of drugs.
- The modulation of P-glycoprotein activity may result in altered absorption and bioavailability of drugs that are P-glycoprotein substrates.
- "Absolute bioavailablity " refers to the bioavailability of drug when administered via a non-intravenous dosage form ( i . e . oral tablet, suppository, subcutaneous, etc . ) compared with the bioavailability of the same drug administered intravenously.
- Billions of Dollars are wasted globally in various countries due to poor bioavailability of drugs, which is a huge financial burden on any nation, particularly poor developing countries . This is particularly relevant in serious and dreaded diseases on mankind like tuberculosis for which treatment is expensive, toxic and prolonged and for which an emergency situation has been declared by UN due to emergence of AIDS and development of serious drug resistance.