- class pkpd.protocols.protocol_pkpd_iv_two_compartments.ProtPKPDIVTwoCompartments(**kwargs)¶
Fit a two-compartmentx model with intravenous absorption to a set of measurements (any arbitrary dosing regimen is allowed)
The central compartment is referred to as C, while the peripheral compartment as Cp. The differential equation is V dC/dt = -(Cl+Clp) * C + Clp * Cp + dD/dt, Vp dCp/dt = Clp * C - Clp * Cp
where C is the concentration of the central compartment, Cl the clearance, V and Vp the distribution volume of the central and peripheral compartment, Clp is the distribution rate between the central and the peripheral compartments, and D the input dosing regime. Confidence intervals calculated by this fitting may be pessimistic because it assumes that all model parameters are independent, which are not. Use Bootstrap estimates instead.
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