The Duration Of The Drug Is Lost In The Body After Being Taken?
, want to ask After the drug is consumed in the body, how long does the drug disappear from the body?
Hello Richbe, thank you for asking.
Medicine has many characteristics. For example, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and bioavailability. Character influences the way it works, the onset of work, and the length of time the drug works. Your question cannot be answered specifically, because every drug has a different onset of work, length of work, method of work, and half-life.
The body's speed in removing metabolic drug residues is known as half-life. Drugs with a long half-life, will be longer removed from the body. For example, drugs that take it only once a day. This means that the drug has a long half-life. It takes at least 24 hours to get rid of most of the rest of the drug, so there is no more drug effect. The half-life can be very different from one drug to another. Therefore, you must specify the type of drug specifically to determine the half-life.
Hopefully this answer can be useful. Regards.