Although the monitoring of therapeutic drugs in oral fluid offers a noninvasive means of estimating the free concentrations of drugs in plasma or serum, this technique is used infrequently (3).
What does fC stand for?
fC stands for Free Concentration
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Since the serum-protein combination rate ranges from 97 to 98%, free concentrations at these doses are assumed to be approximately 1 [micro]M.
FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Significant increases over free concentrations occurred after hydrolysis with [beta]-glucuronidase: 9.
In many clinical situations, measurement of the total drug concentration does not provide the needed information concerning the free concentration of drug in plasma that is available for pharmacodynamic action; the present technique addresses this necessity.
In the present study, we evaluated the impact of several factors on the free concentration of p-cresol.
Specimens stored at room temperature in the light lost 86% of the total FREE concentration within 24 h, whereas specimens stored in the dark lost only 60% at room temperature.
Pieces of liver and adipose tissue were collected to determine FREE concentration in these organs.
That means that, as a rule, the FREE concentration related to the extract weight was more than two orders of magnitude higher than that in hair (i-FREE).
According to the law of convection, the solute concentration in the ultrafiltrate should be in equilibrium with the free concentration in the blood.