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This chapter introduces some of the more important concepts in pharmacokinetics. 1). Most drugs are delivered to their sites of action by the bloodstream. Therefore, the initial distribution and onset time of the drug will be determined by how long it takes the drug to get into the bloodstream. This depends on the route of administration. Drugs that are injected intravenously are delivered directly to the bloodstream (intravascular space, central compartment). Inhaled gases are rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream in the alveoli.
Smith’s abdomen. Once all of the Smiths’ questions are answered, Dr. Martin hurries off. Shortly thereafter, Dr. Kirby, the anesthesiologist arrives. Once again, Dr. Kirby reviews Mr. Smith’s medical history with him and performs a brief physical examination, which includes asking him to open his mouth wide and extend his neck. Mr. Smith is given the option of an epidural to help him with pain control after the surgery. The Smith’s are unsure but decide to go ahead with the procedure because the doctor must know best.
Online] 2006. Jackson, WY: Teton Data Systems; 2010. Available from. Accessed April 6, 2011. aid=16659426 Zhang L, Reynolds KS, Zhao P, et al. Drug interactions evaluation: an integrated part of risk assessment of therapeutics. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 2010; 243(2):134-145 5/4/2012 5:53:28 PM CHAPTER 5 Pharmacodynamics Pamela Kirwin P harmacodynamics is the relationship between the plasma drug concentration and the pharmacologic effect of the drug on the body, or more simply put, pharmacodynamics is the study of what drugs do to the body.