Print Page   |   Sign In   |   Register
11th Biennial (1998) Proceedings
Share |

11th Biennial (1998) Proceedings

Quantitative Approaches to Veterinary Therapeutics Entire proceedings - (8,791 KB)

Table of Contents

Research Abstracts

Proceedings by session:

I: Application of PK/PD

Computer assisted trial design (CATD): a state of the art tool for utilization of PK/PD modeling to accelerate drug development, Dan Weiner
PK/PD modeling of an ACE inhibitor, John D. Baker
A PK/PD approach to design a rational dosage regimen for an anti-inflammatory drug: an alternative approach to dose titration studies, P. L. Toutain

II: In vivo and In Vitro Correlations

In vitro methods for understanding drug kinetics: advances in human drug development and regulation, Marilyn N. Martinez
Intestinal MDR transport proteins and P450 enzymes as barriers to oral drug delivery, Leslie Z. Benet
Predicting oral absorption: animal to human, Gordon L. Amidon

III: Using PK to Avoid Residues

An update on FARAD, Arthur Craigmill
FARAD in Europe, L. Pinault
An automated approach to establishing extra-label withdrawal times, Tomas Martin-Jimenez
Control of drugs in performance horses, Charles R. Short
Pharmacokinetics of drugs in race horses, Richard A. Sams

IV: Population Based PK

Population pharmacokinetics in veterinary medicine: introduction and overview, E. Jim Riviere
Application of population pharmacokinetic approaches to the determination of milk discard times, Ted. L. B. Whittem
A population approach for the determination of a withdrawal time for meat: rationale and consequences, D. Concordet

V: Individualizing Drug Treatments

Therapeutic drug monitoring in multiple populations, Roger W. Jelliffe

VI: Demonstrating Drug Efficacy in Veterinary Medicine

Clinical studies in drug development, Joseph J. Bertone
Animal models to evaluate antimicrobial efficacy, Scott A. Brown

VII: Animal Drug Regulations

Role of veterinary therapeutics in bacterial resistance development: animal and public health perspective, Mike Apley et al.

VIII: Application of PKPD for Pain Control

Overview of pain management, William J. Tranquilli
Pain management: state of the art, Steven M. Fox
Current research: pain management, William J. Tranquilli
Current research: osteoarthritis, P. Vasseur
Current research: nitric oxide and pain, Steven G. Kamerling

Membership Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal