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bioavailability

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The degree to which or rate at which a drug or other substance is absorbed or becomes available at the site of physiological activity after administration.

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  • noun pharmacology The amount of drug which reaches the site of physiological activity after administration.

Etymologies

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bio- +‎ availability

Examples

  • Oral doses are rapidly and completely absorbed, with peak levels reached after 29 to 90 minutes; however, bioavailability is low due to a hepatic first-pass effect. 6 The pharmacokinetics are not significantly affected by gender, age, renal failure or hemodialysis beginning one hour after drug administration.

    Flumanazil

  • And researchers continue to enhance "bioavailability"-the proportion of the drug's active ingredients that actually reach the patient's relevant tissues.

    Slate Magazine

  • The sprouting process is also said to boost "bioavailability" - or ability for the body to make use - of certain nutrients such as calcium.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • (called bioavailability) must be within 20 percent of the branded drug.

    www.appeal-democrat.com - News :

  • Furthermore, researchers have found that the iodine in salt has poor bioavailability, meaning that the body does not fully absorb the dosage.

    Iodine deficiency despite iodized salt

  • Furthermore, researchers have found that the iodine in salt has poor bioavailability, meaning that the body does not fully absorb the dosage.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The type of silicon in beer, called orthosilicic acid, has a 50 percent bioavailability, meaning that much is available for use in the body.

    FOXNews.com

  • The type of silicon in beer, called orthosilicic acid, has a 50 percent bioavailability, meaning that much is available for use in the body.

    Pravda.Ru

  • The type of silicon in beer, called orthosilicic acid, has a 50 percent bioavailability, meaning that much is available for use in the body.

    Livescience.com

  • The type of silicon in beer, called orthosilicic acid, has a 50 percent bioavailability, meaning that much is available for use in the body.

    Livescience.com

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