Class A Credits: 1
Course Launch Date: 2/17/20
Course Expires: 2/16/23
Enterohepatic recirculation (EHRC) is a multistage process with the following sequence: liver metabolism, bile secretion, gut metabolism, and reabsorption from the gut back to the systemic circulation. Enterohepatic recirculation prolongs drug half-lives and may be associated with the generation of 1 or more secondary plasma peaks. The clinical relevance of EHRC is discussed with its major implications for efficacy and safety.
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