Workbook and Casebook for Goodman and Gilman’s The by Douglas Rollins, Donald Blumenthal

By Douglas Rollins, Donald Blumenthal

Goodman & Gilman's Workbook for Pharmacologic Therapeutics supplies concise, high-yield summaries of the world-renowned insurance of the activities and makes use of of healing brokers with regards to body structure and pathophysiology present in Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological foundation of Therapeutics.

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At the choroid plexus, a similar blood-CSF barrier is present, except that it is epithelial cells that are joined by tight junctions rather than endothelial cells. T e lipid solubility o the nonionized and unbound species o a drug is there ore an important determinant o its uptake by the brain; the more lipophilic a drug, the more likely it is to cross the BBB. 693 Vss / CL (Equation 2-10) • To maintain the chosen steady-state or target plasma drug concentration (CP), the dosing rate is adjusted according to Equation 2-11 (where Fis ractional bioavailability o the dose) such that the rate o input equals the rate o loss; Equation 2-11 is a similar relationship to what was previously described in Equation 2-3.

The volume o distribution mayvarywidely depending on: The relative degrees o binding to highaf nityreceptor sites, plasma, and tissue proteins The partition coef cient o the drug in at Accumulation in poorlyper used tissues The volume o distribution or a given drug can di er according to a patient’s: Age Gender Bodycomposition Presence o disease » » » • » » » » 34 FIGURE 2-6 Induction o drug metabolism by nuclear receptor–mediated signal transduction. When a drug such as atorvastatin (Ligand) enters the cell, it can bind to a nuclear receptor such as the pregnane X receptor (PXR).

T e concentration gradient or back-di usion is created by the reabsorption o water with Na+ and other inorganic ions. Because the tubular cells are less permeable to the ionized orms o weak electrolytes, passive reabsorption o these substances depends on the pH.

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