Analytical procedures for therapeutic drug monitoring and emergency toxicology
Procedures to determine overdosage or poisoning include: colorimetry, visible and ultraviolet spectrophotometry, mass and atomic absorption spectrometry, flame photometry, ion-specific potentiometry, graphite furnace atomic absorption, liquid chromatography and thin layer chromatography. Gas chromatography procedures include flame ionization, electron capture, nitrogen specific, and thermal conductivity.
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12 mL centrifuge 15 mL screw-cap acetaminophen acetonitrile Add 1 mL analyzed daily aqueous layer assay Calculation is based Centrifuge and discard Centrifuge and transfer chlordiazepoxide chloroform chromatograph with flame-ionization clean tube Clin conc control specimen containing determination dichloromethane Dissolve the residue established Interferences established Relative recovery ether ethyl acetate Evaluation evaporate to dryness flame-ionization detector Gas chromatograph Gas Chromatography Principle glass column containing hexane Hydrochloric acid i.d. glass column inject Injector Instrumental Conditions metabolites methanol methanol 1 mg/mL methanol Plasma standards methaqualone mg/L Linearity mL centrifuge tube mL plasma mL screw-cap tube mL water mL/min Procedure mol/L HC1 mol/L Hydrochloric acid mol/L NaOH mol/L Sodium hydroxide Nitrogen flow rate nm Procedure pentazocine phencyclidine phenobarbital plasma Plasma Concentrations mg/L procainamide quality control specimen Reagents response factor derived Retention Sensitivity Sodium hydroxide spectrophotometer standard curve Stock solution stream of nitrogen Transfer 1 mL ug/L uL internal standard ultraviolet urine vortex
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Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Toxicology by Liquid Chromatography
Steven H.Y. Wong
Limited preview - 1985