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In patients receiving diazepam for 18-22 days, metabolite levels I DAYS Figure 5 Plasma diazepam (0-0) and N-desmethyl diazepam (0-0) following 10 mg i. v. every 4 hours. Broken line indicates when therapy was discontinued (Reproduced by permission from Brit. J . ) were two-three fold those of the parent drug and had not yet reached a plateau level luring that period. 5 values of 2 4 and 4-8 days, respectively. The accumulation of N-desmethyl diazepam in plasma during chronic diazepam dosage has been confirmed in another study, which also suggested that the h .
C. betazole. Gastric aspiration had no effect on the plasma meperidine f 0 . 8 h and 1190 ml min-l. The recent expiry of the propoxyphene hydrochloride patent led to the appearance of several generic forms of this drug. 270 Although regulatory agencies encourage the development of in vitru tests in drug availability studies, in the interest of economy, limitations of such tests in the case of propoxyphene have been described by De Sante et aLZ7IThese authors obtained different plasma propoxyphene levels from two encapsulated formulations which had identical in vitro specifications.