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Phenobarbital assay

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Overview

  • Phenobarbitone Phenobarbital is most effective anticonvulsant in delaying progressive intensification of seizure activity.
  • Serum concentrations are not related to oral dose and depend on:
    • Gastrointestinal absorption (slowed by presence of food, diarrhea, and malabsorptive disorders).
    • Induction of drug-metabolising hepatic enzymes.
    • Concurrent therapy.
  • Used to monitor primidone Primidone therapy as primidone converted to phenobarbitone and phenylmalonamide (PEMA) in liver.

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  • Widely available at commercial laboratories.

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