Pharmaceutical/ Clinical Separation Techniques

The foremost common instrumental chromatographic technique employed in the clinical laboratory is that the gas-liquid chromatographyClinical Chemistry Separation Techniques could also be an intensive single-source guide for analytical, pharmaceutical, organic, physical, surface, medicinal and colloid chemists and biochemists. Four detection strategies commonly used with gas-chromatography are thermal conductivity, flame ionization, nitrogen/phosphorous, and mass spectrometry. The thermal conduction detector takes advantage of variations in thermal conductivity between the carrier gas and the gas being measured. Advances in Chromatographic Techniques for Therapeutic Drug monitoring may be a comprehensive reference describing the speculation and application of therapeutic drug monitoring in clinical laboratories.

  • Applications of chromatography in clinical chemistry
  • Analysis of drugs with chromatography-mass spectrometry methods
  • Analysis of bio availability of drugs with HPLC
  • Process Analytical Technologies for pharmaceutical processes
  • Structural analysis of Clinical compounds
  • Qualification and Quantification of clinical drugs.
  • Determination of active ingredients of drugs and impurities.

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