Methods To Detect Absorption Rate Constant. ➢ Method of Residuals. ➢ Wagner- Nelson Method. ➢ Loo – Riegelman Method. ➢ Deconvolution Method. The Loo-Riegelman absorption method provides the correct A∞/V1 value and the correct rate constant ka (if absorption is first order), whether metabolism. LOO RIEGELMAN METHOD Wagner-Nelson method can be used only to determine Ka of a drug with one compartment charecteristic. Wagner.

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For a drug that follows one compartment kinetics and administered extravascularly, the concentration of drug in plasma is expressed by a biexponential equation 7 PowerPoint Presentation: Semi-log Plot of Cp versus Time after oral administration of single dose.

New method for calculating the intrinsic absorption rate of drugs. Semi-log plot of Cp versus Time after Oral Administration.

In some instances absorption of drug a single oral dose not started immediately due to such physiological factors as stomach-emptying time and intestinal mobility or due to formulation itself.

Possibility of interpolation error and its suppression. The time delay prior to the commencement of the first order drug absorption is known as Lag time t 0. It require both the data after oral and IV administration in same subject. Download Presentation Connecting to Server.


It is assumed that the absorption and elimination processes both follow the first order, if not the residual line and, perhaps, the elimination line will not be straight.

Application of the Loo-Riegelman absorption method

The method is best suited for drugs which are rapidly and completely absorbed and follow one compartment kinetics. Thus, the method of residuals enables resolution of the biexponential plasma level time curve into its two exponential components. Anatomical compartments Search for additional papers on this topic.

Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed. Assuming first-order elimination kinetics with renal elimination constant ke 5.

Equation 1 can be written as. Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.

Methods Of Determining Absorption Rate Constant

Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry -Physical methods in inorganic chemistry. Dividing the equation 3.

The fraction of drug absorbed at any time t figure 9. Semi-log Plot of Cp versus Time. Use of computers in pharmacokinetics. By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License.

Despite looo complexity the method can be applied to drugs that distribute in any number of components.

Methods Of Determining Absorption Rate Constant

The Wagner-Nelson method of calculation does not require a model assumption concerning the absorption process. Substitution of values of X and X E in equation 1 yields: WordPress Embed Customize Embed. Back extrapolation of this straight line to time zero yields y-intercept equal to log A. Upload from Desktop Single File Upload. John Metod WagnerCarl Mehod. Jacqueline LooSidney Riegelman Journal of pharmaceutical sciences The method of residual is used for the drugs which follow one or ooo compartmental characteristics but the absorption process should not be complex.


Malcolm Rowland, Thomas N. Proposed capital projects can be evaluated in several ways. For a drug that follows one-compartmentkinetics and administered extra vascularlly, the time course of drug concentration in plasma is expressed by a bi exponential equation 1.

The actual drug absorption process may be zero-order, first-order, or a combination of rate processes that is not easily quantitated. Determination of lag time by graphically. When the above expression is integrated from zero to time t. Ka can similarly be estimated from urinary excreation data 17 Disadvantage: Topics Discussed riefelman This Paper.

Plot log concentration of drug versus time. Reference Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics A treatise by D.