By T. Singer (auth.), J. Venitz, W. Sittner (eds.)
Optimal dose individualization has turn into extra very important in bettering medical efficacy and security, given the range in drug reaction, e.g., as a result of concurrent health problems or co-medications. consequently, the function of optimum dose discovering in early scientific drug improvement with the intention to maximize winning scientific use is emphasised. the continuing use of biomarkers – according to the (known) pharmacology of the drug and/or biology of the underlying sickness – in addition to exposure–response evaluate all through all stages of drug improvement can quantitatively combine medical pharmacology wisdom, supply early evidence of inspiration, and assist in rational dose choice and rational drug product labeling for medical use.
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These changes in SM provide diagnostic or prognostic information about disease progression and/or the therapeutic impact of the drug regimen (see Sect. 1). The overall clinical pharmacological paradigm in Fig. 1 emphasizes the importance of the optimal dosing regimen in achieving COs. , PK and PD, variability within and between patients is introduced, which, for a given dosing regimen, 50 J. Venitz Fig. 1.
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Appropriate Dose Selection — How to Optimize Clinical Drug Development by T. Singer (auth.), J. Venitz, W. Sittner (eds.)