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Applications of exponential decay and geometric series in effective medicine dosage

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The problem facing by physicians is the fact that for most drugs there is a minimum concentration below which the drug is ineffective, and a maximum concentration above which the drug is dangerous. Thus, this paper discusses the effective medicine dosage and its concentration in bloodstream of a patient. For analysis of dose concentration and mathematical mo- delling of minimum and maximum concentration of a drug administered intravenously, the EDM (Exponential Decay Model) and GSF (Geometric Series and its Formula) are the powerful mathematical tools. In the present research study, these two mathematical tools were used to predict the dose concentration of a drug in bloodstream of a patient.

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Annamalai, C. (2010) Applications of exponential decay and geometric series in effective medicine dosage. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 1, 51-54. doi: 10.4236/abb.2010.11008.

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[1] Geometric series and effective medicine dosage. Mathematical Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. http:// www.math.wpi.edu/Course_Materials/MA1023D09/Labs/drug.pdf
[2] Exponential decay and effective medicine dosage, Published by Mathematical Science, Worcester Polytech- nic Institute. http://www.math.wpi.edu/Course_Materials/ MA1022C97/Labs/lab2_part1/node6.html

  
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