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DATE

1989-06-01

AUTHORS

Pascal Girard, Jean-Pierre Boissel

ABSTRACT

The authors propose the word “proteresis” to designate the clockwise hysteresis, i.e., when an effect increases more rapidly than the observed drug concentrations. Such a phenomenon has been recently described for aspirin and nicotine. Indeed hysteresis means “which comes after,” while “proteresis,” the greek symmetrical word, means “which comes earlier,” a more appropriate term for the described situation. More... »

PAGES

401-402

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  • 1981-12. Understanding the Dose-Effect Relationship in CLINICAL PHARMACOKINETICS
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