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Studies into the optimisation of chronic medical therapies


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Peterson, Gregory Mark 1985 , 'Studies into the optimisation of chronic medical therapies', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Patients can vary enormously in their clinical response to
drug therapy. The research presented in this thesis sought
to identify specific sources of variability in therapeutic
response drugs, in several clinical conditions and with several
and to design and implement some measures to
minimise the adverse consequences of this variability in
response. The studies performed are ...
1. NIDDM study
2. Anticonvulsant compliance
3. Free phenytoin monitoring
4. Warfarin dosage prediction
5. Baclofen studies
(a) Food and absorption
(b) Plasma level monitoring

Item Type: Thesis - PhD
Authors/Creators:Peterson, Gregory Mark
Keywords: Chemotherapy, Drugs
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Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Tasmania, 1985. Bibliography: leaves 151-195

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