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Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development

Methods and Applications (Statistics in Practice)

by Dieter Hauschke

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Published by Wiley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacology,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Biostatistics,
  • Pharmacy,
  • Medical / Biostatistics,
  • Clinical Trials,
  • Drugs,
  • Therapeutic Equivalency,
  • methods

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9368141M
    ISBN 100470094753
    ISBN 109780470094754

    In summary, Bioequivalence and Statistics in Clinical Pharmacology, Second Edition, provides an update on regulatory recommendations, statistical methods, and applications in clinical pharmacology and BE studies to support drug product development. With its inclusion of SAS and R codes, this book will be a valuable reference for pharmaceutical. The clinical significance of bioequivalence studies is increasing due to the increase in the number of generic drug products – approximately 50% of drug consumption in the USA is related to generic products. The development of generic drugs can become complicated in the absence of bioequivalence studies as full clinical trials require time.

      There are many published studies related to development and validation of IVIVC for various drugs and dosage forms (oral immediate release and extended-release dosage forms, modified-release parenteral dosage forms, and transdermal drug delivery systems, etc.) (6,8–10). In the USA, the IVIVC has been used by both the innovator and generic Cited by:   Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development: Methods and Applications Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development: Methods and Applications Longford, N. T. D. Hauschke, V. Steinijans and I. Pigeot, Hoboken, Wiley xii + pp., £ ISBN 0‐‐‐3 Bioequivalence is a term that is used for equal (therapeutic) .

    Regulatory Intelligence – Building Strategies for Drug Development Application of Regulatory Intelligence. Regulatory Intelligence in Drug Development. Regulatory Intelligence Process. Case Study 1 – Biosimilar. Case Study 2 – Advanced Therapy + Bridging Studies + Bioequivalence and comparability studies Case Study 1 File Size: 1MB.   Thank you for writing this excellent book and for adding many years to my life. Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies 1. around 1 billion $• Since already tested & approved,cost of simply manufacturing• Fraction of the cost of testing &development• Drug Patents of 20yrs, appliedbefore clinical trials begin• Effectively


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Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development is written in an accessible style that makes it ideal for pharmaceutical scientists, clinical pharmacologists, and medical practitioners, as well as biometricians working in the pharmaceutical industry. It will also be of great value for professionals from regulatory bodies assessing bioequivalence studies.

Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development is written in an accessible style that makes it ideal for pharmaceutical scientists, clinical pharmacologists, and medical practitioners, as well as biometricians working in the pharmaceutical industry.

It will also be of great value for professionals from regulatory bodies assessing bioequivalence by: The statistical community was able to develop successful methods for individual and population bioequivalence at the time when the decision was made to favor individual bioequivalence over average bioequivalence in clinical trial studies for the regulatory authorities.

These authors were in the thicj of it.5/5(1). Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development Methods and Applications Dieter Hauschke Department of Biometry ALTANA Pharma, Germany Volker Steinijans Department of Biometry ALTANA Pharma, Germany Iris Pigeot Bremen Institute for Prevention Research and Social Medicine, University of Bremen, Germany.

Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development is written in an accessible style that makes it ideal for pharmaceutical scientists, clinical pharmacologists, and medical practitioners, as well as biometricians working in the pharmaceutical industry.

It will also be of great value for professionals from regulatory bodies assessing bioequivalence studies. Book Reviews A Review of: “ Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development: Methods and Applications, by D.

Hauschke, V. Steinijans and I. Pigeot” New York: Wiley,ISBNxi + pp., $ Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development focuses on the planning, conducting, analysing and reporting of bioequivalence studies, covering all aspects required by regulatory authorities. That is, for in vivo (in vitro), a test drug product is said to be bioequivalent to a reference drug product if the estimated 90% confidence interval for the ratio of geometric means of the primary PK parameters (AUC and Cmax) is totally within the bioequivalence limits of 80% to % (90% to %).

Discusses the designs and analyses of drug-drug and food-drug interaction studies. Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development is written in an accessible style that makes it ideal for pharmaceutical scientists, clinical pharmacologists, and medical practitioners, as well as biometricians working in the pharmaceutical : $ Bioequivalence Studies with investigators should refer to the published book chapter, scaled average bioequivalence approach.

In: Kanfer I, Shargel L, eds. Generic Drug Product Development –. Bioequivalence studies are special type of studies where two drugs or two sets of formulation of the same drug are compared to show that they have nearly equal bioavailability and PK/PD parameters.

These studies are often done for generic drugs or when a formulation of a drug is changed during development. Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development focuses on the planning, conducting, analysing and reporting of bioequivalence studies, covering all aspects required by regulatory authorities.

This text presents the required statistical methods, and with an outstanding practical emphasis, demonstrates their applications through numerous examples using real data from. The drug has low solubility in water and / or the dissolution rate of the dosage form is slow.

The drug product contain high ratio of excipient to active ingredient. The absorption of the drug is limited to a specific region of g.i. tract. The metabolism of the drug is rapid. The drug exhibits dose dependent Size: KB. Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development focuses on the planning, conducting, analysing and reporting of bioequivalence studies, covering all aspects required by regulatory authorities.

This text presents the required statistical methods, and with an outstanding practical emphasis, demonstrates their applications through numerous examples Author: Dieter Hauschke, Volker Steinijans, Iris Pigeot.

Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development Methods and Applications by Dieter Hauschke. Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development focuses on the planning, conducting, analysing and reporting of bioequivalence studies, covering all aspects required by regulatory authorities.

Features: Includes all the necessary pharmacokinetic background information. Guideline for Bioequivalence Studies of Generic Products Index Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Terminology Section 3: Tests A. Oral immediate release products and enteric-coated products I.

Reference and test products II. Bioequivalence studies 1. Test methods 1) Design 2) Number of subjects 3) Selection of subjects 4) Drug administration Size: KB.

A second, more broadly applicable approach relies on a comparative clinical endpoint bioequivalence study, which involves treating populations of patients with either the brand name drug.

Bioavailability is one aspect of drug product quality that links the in vivo performance of a new drug product to the original formulation that was used in clinical safety and efficacy studies.

Bioequivalence studies are drug product performance tests that compare the bioavailability of the same active pharmaceutical ingredient from one drug product (test) to a second drug. These volumes are designed to be the most complete guide to pharmacokinetics (PK) and its role in drug development.

They fill a gap between the academic science and the practical application of that knowledge in drug development. Volume 1 discusses the role that PK plays in selected clinical study designs. Volume 2 details the key regulatory and development paradigms in 3/5(1).

Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development focuses on the planning, conducting, analysing and reporting of bioequivalence studies, covering all aspects required by regulatory authorities.

This text presents the required statistical methods, and with an outstanding practical emphasis, demonstrates their applications through numerous examples.

Table of Contents for Bioequivalence studies in drug development: methods and applications / Dieter Hauschke, Volker Steinijans, Iris Pigeot, available from the Library of Congress.

References Appendix 6 Presentation of bioequivalence studies Introduction Results from a single-dose study Results from a multiple-dose study The book is a starting point for those involved in such research and covers the methods needed to design, analyze, and interpret bioequivalence trials; explores when, how, and why these studies are performed as part of drug development; and demonstrates the methods using real world examples.Description: Preeminent Experts Update a Well-Respected Book Taking into account the regulatory and scientific developments that have occurred since the second edition, Design and Analysis of Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies, Third Edition provides a complete presentation of the latest progress of activities and results in.