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RE: iNTRAVENOUS VS. INTRA-ARTERIAL SAMPLING

From: Bhattaram, Atul <atul.bhattaram>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 10:58:19 -0400

Hello Mike
 
I have seen a case where effect compartment concept was used to describe
the venous and arterial concentrations in a patient.
 
Atul
 

Venkatesh Atul Bhattaram
Pharmacometrics
US Food and Drug Administration


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        Subject: [NMusers] iNTRAVENOUS VS. INTRA-ARTERIAL SAMPLING
        
        

        Hi everyone;
        
        Does anyone have experience modeling data where some samples
were drawn intravenously, while others (sometimes even within a given
patient) were drawn from an arterial line? There are no samples drawn
simultaneously from both lines, unfortunately.
         



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