Population Pharmacokinetic Properties of Piperaquine in Falciparum Malaria: An Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis


Joel Tarning and colleagues combine individual participant data from clinical trials to develop a pharmacokinetic model and derive an optimized dose regimen for malaria treatment in children.


Vyšlo v časopise: Population Pharmacokinetic Properties of Piperaquine in Falciparum Malaria: An Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis. PLoS Med 14(1): e32767. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1002212
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Joel Tarning and colleagues combine individual participant data from clinical trials to develop a pharmacokinetic model and derive an optimized dose regimen for malaria treatment in children.


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