Pharmacokinetics refer to how the drug works through its mechanisms and how the drug interacts with the body. Absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion and elimination of the drug from the body are all part of the pharmacokinetic phase of a drug trial. Pharmacists and industrial scientists are the foremost experts in this field. In a hospital or health clinic, pharmacists are involved in dosing drugs based on its pharmacokinetic profile in a patient - such as in babies and pediatric patients.
Pharmacokinetics refer to the ADME of a chemical or a drug which are the processes known as Absorption (A), Distribution (D), Metabolism (M or Bio-transformation) and Excretion (E).
pharmacodynamic phase means what a drug does to the body. It refers to the study of the mechanism of drug action on living tissue.
Pharmaceutical phase, Pharmacokinetic phase and Pharmacodynamic phase
Pharmaceutical phase of drug action is the first of the three phases to drug action. It includes the disintegration of the dosage form as well as the dissolution of the drug
Drug and drug receptor interactions can be measured. Complex pharmacodynamic equations combine with measurable pharmacokinetic values to determine the overall effect of a drug
Pharmacodynamic agents alter body functioning.
Pharmacokinetic is the study about the effects of body on the drug i.e how drug absorbed, metabolized, distributed and excreted. while pharmacodynamic deals with the effect of drug on the body
Pharmacological action is the therapeutic action of the drug on the body. For example, how the drug acts on the cells, what the drug does to the cells. Whereas the alteration or changes produced after the drug has acted (the action being; how the drug acted and what action did the drug do) on the cells is pharmacologial effect. Simply, in layman's terms pharmacological action is what action the drug can do and the pharmacological effect is what the action of the drug has done.
There are three phases of drug effects. These three phases are the administration phase, active phase, and the metabolism phase.
Yes, swallowing is a reflex action of which there are three phases. These are the oral phase, the pharyngeal phase and the esophageal phase.
A phase II clinical trial is the phase of testing to see whether or not a drug has any biological effect. The phase IIa trial is the phase in which it is determined what dosage of a drug should be given.