Pharmacokinetics in Advancing Age
Part of the Ettore Majorana International Science Series book series (PSLI)
As has been extensively reviewed,1, 2, 3 there is now a considerable body of evidence to indicate that the response to many drugs may change as people age.
KeywordsLithium Aspirin Warfarin Diazepam Levodopa
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