Let's face it, we can't really SEE pharmacokinetics happening. We can detect concentrations and we can record the rise and fall. Evidence that concentrations relate directly to observed effects is strong. Predicting the effects of particular drug dosages is done with equations and models. That means math and graphs - eek! Kineticlass was created to help you look "around" the math and avoid the tedium of graphing so you can more easily see the relationships between drug dosage and clinical outcome.
These learning modules describe real conditions that exist in real patients. Microsoft Excel® worksheets are provided to get the equations and the models (and even the calculators) out of the way so that you can work directly with dosage regimens, patient characteristics and clinical consequences.
|Laboratory Modules - Version 6|
|Kineticlass Version 5|
|Modules 1-4 are meant to familiarize you with a few fundamental pharmacokinetic concepts. They are also intended to introduce you to the worksheets. Select any module to begin.||
|Modules 5-10 emphasize dose regimens and multiple doses. All of the modules are based on clinical problems that have a pharmacokinetic basis and are supported by pharmacokinetic literature citations. Select any module to begin.||