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Leon Shargel

Full Name: Leon Shargel
Number of Works: 13
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ISBN: 0781765617, 9780781765619
Keywords: review, pharmacy, comprehensive
Pages: 1312
Published: 1994
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 0071375503, 9780071375504
Keywords: pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutics, applied
Pages: 892
Published: 1980
  • Rating: 60%

The most comprehensive text on the practical applications of biopharmaceuticals and pharmacokinetics!4 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW!"The updated edition provides the reader with a solid foundation in the basic principles of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics. Students will be able to apply the information to their clinical practice and researchers will find this to be a valuable reference. This modestly priced book should be the gold standard for student use."—Doody's Review ServiceThe primary emphasis of this book is on the application and understanding of concepts. Basic theoretical
ISBN: 0683305824, 9780683305821
Keywords: exams, practice, review, pharmacy, comprehensive
Pages: 173
Published: 1998

Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City. Companion to the bestseller: Comprehensive Pharmacy Review, 3rd ed, c1997. This study aid tests the knowledge that pharmacy students must have to master the NABPLEX. Presents two exams similar to those in licensing exams. Softcover.

Due to a worldwide need for lower cost drug therapy, use of generic and multi-source drug products have been increasing. To meet international patent and trade agreements, the development and sale of these products must conform to national and international laws, and generic products must prove that they are of the same quality and are therapeutically equivalent to the brand name alternative. However, many countries have limited resources to inspect and verify the quality of all drug products for sale in their country. This title discusses the worldwide legislative and regulatory requirements
ISBN: 0849377846, 9780849377846
Keywords: development, product, drug, generic
Pages: 320
Published: 2007

To be interchangeable with the brand name alternative; generic pharmaceutical products must demonstrate that they are its therapeutic equivalent. This title focuses on bioequivalence issues and alternate approaches to demonstrate bioequivalence of generic drugs. Exploring scientific, legal, and international regulatory challenges, this source discusses the use of alternative approaches to measure plasma drug concentrations for the demonstration of bioequivalence, and covers bioequivalence procedures for drug products that are not easily assessed - based upon the chemical component of the drug