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Clinical Pharmacokinetics

ISBN/ISSN: 03125963
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Editor(s): Amitabh Prakash
Impact Factor: 6.109

ISI JCR Ranking: 2012: 13/261 (PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY)
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Evaluations of clinical pharmacokinetics to optimize drug development and use

Clinical Pharmacokinetics promotes the continuing development of clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for the improvement of drug therapy, and for furthering postgraduate education in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.

Pharmacokinetics, the study of drug disposition in the body, is an integral part of drug development and rational use. Knowledge and application of pharmacokinetic principles leads to accelerated drug development, cost effective drug use and a reduced frequency of adverse effects and drug interactions.

Clinical Pharmacokinetics is an indispensable source of information for drug development scientists, clinical pharmacologists, physicians and pharmacists involved in this exciting and rapidly changing area.

THIS SECTION WAS REPEATED? - Clinical Pharmacokinetics promotes the continuing development of clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for the improvement of drug therapy, and for furthering postgraduate education in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
Pharmacokinetics, the study of drug disposition in the body, is an integral part of drug development and rational use. Knowledge and application of pharmacokinetic principles leads to accelerated drug development, cost effective drug use and a reduced frequency of adverse effects and drug interactions.
Clinical Pharmacokinetics is an indispensable source of information for drug development scientists, clinical pharmacologists, physicians and pharmacists involved in this exciting and rapidly changing area."
Clinical Pharmacokinetics promotes the continuing development of clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for the improvement of drug therapy, and for furthering postgraduate education in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.

Features include:

  • Leading/current opinion articles providing an overview of contentious or emerging issues
  • The clinical pharmacokinetics and relevant pharmacodynamics of both single drugs and drug classes
  • Pharmacokinetic principles behind the effective drug treatment of particular diseases
  • New concepts and principles in pharmacokinetics
  • Application of therapeutic drug monitoring to optimise therapy
  • Prediction and avoidance of drug interactions
  • New methodology in drug development and advances in drug delivery systems
  • Optimising treatment for particular patient populations
  • Regulatory aspects of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics with their practical implications

*As stated by the 2011 ISI Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2012)