A paracetamol tablet won't hurt you; it will alleviate your aches. That white tablet’ll move down your GIT and swiftly disintegrate. Within an hour, it’ll virtually all be absorbed into the bloodstream. The [paracetamol]- time plot will reach its max then drop by half- lives. The area under the curve will then capture the drug’s kinetics. Particles will’ve gone through fine branches straight into most tissues. This paracetamol won't hurt you; it will alleviate your aches. It will metabolise in your liver to produce inactive metabolites. The chemicals will move between two compartments: blood & urine. The [metabolite]- time plot will reach its max then drop by half- lives. The area under the curve will then capture metabolic kinetics. Within a day, it’ll virtually all be excreted via the urinary tract. There will be nary a trace of the paracetamol left in your system. Your pain will’ve become a distant memory.
The Pharmacokinetics of Paracetamol
By Michael Leach | 1 November 2017
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