The present paper extends a preliminary communication (Beckett & Rowland, 1964a) which examined the influence of urinary pH on the
- Study Author(s):
- A. H. BECKETT AND M. ROWLAND
- Journal Name:
- Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
- Publication Date:
- Volume 17, Issue 10 October 1965 Pages 628–639
excretion of unchanged amphetamine in man and also considered the
kinetic significance of the results. Some of the clinical aspects have been discussed by Beckett, Rowland & Turner (1965).
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Urinary excretion kinetics of amphetamine in man
The influence of urinary pH on the excretion of unchanged amphetamine in man