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.
KeywordsRenal Excretion Plasma Protein Binding Hepatic Blood Flow Total Body Water Intestinal Blood Flow
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