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The solubilities are greater in pure PG and lower in W in both cases at all studied temperatures. These results clearly show that a cosolvent effect is present in these systems. The solvation of these drugs was greater in W compared to PG, and it was lower in the cosolvent mixtures compared with the pure solvents. Accordingly, it follows that at low PG solvent fractions the dominant factor for the solubility of IBP and NAP in this cosolvent system is the entropy, probably due to loosening of the water structure caused by the addition of the cosolvent. Keywords This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Preview Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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Pharmacokinetic parameters were obtained and compared with historical controls reported for other populations. Systemic midazolam clearance observed in Mexicans was lower, while oral bioavailability was higher, compared with the values reported in the literature for healthy Caucasian volunteers under similar conditions.
Conclusion: Midazolam bioavailability in Mexicans is higher than that reported for Caucasians.
This appears to be because of a reduced systemic clearance. Since midazolam is mainly eliminated via biotransformation by CYP3A4, our data suggest the existence of interethnic variations in the activity of this enzymatic system.
Increased midazolam bioavailability may lead to an increased incidence of adverse effects. Therefore, administration of midazolam should not be blindly extrapolated from one population to another. Midazolam doses in Mexicans should be reduced in relation to those used in Caucasians.
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