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Abstract We describe a rapid method for precisely measuring concentrations of anticonvulsant drugs in serum. The simple procedure, adaptable to the clinical laboratory, can be used for the routine simultaneous measurement in sera of phenobarbital, primidone, dephenylhydantoin, and (or)...
Abstract We describe a case of fatal overdosage with primidone and methsuximide. During the early phase of the patient's hospital course we found concentrations of methsuximide, N-desmethylmethsuximide, and primidone in serum that far exceeded the usual therapeutic concentrations, as determined...
Abstract The fluorometric benzophenone procedure for diphenylhydantoin has been simplified by eliminating the need for preliminary extraction of plasma with an organic solvent. Assays are done directly on 0.2 ml of plasma by treating it with alkaline permanganate to form benzophenone, extracting...
Abstract We describe principles and details that we use for amphetamine determination in blood and urine by photometric, thin-layer chromatographic, gas-chromatographic, and immunologic (EMIT and radioimmunoassay) procedures. Results, interferences, stabilities, and economic considerations are...
Abstract With the widespread use of tricyclic antidepressant drugs, the relationship between the concentration of the drug in the plasma and the therapeutic response is of considerable interest. We describe a double-isotope derivative dilution procedure for measuring plasma nortriptyline. In the...
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