pkstudy.PC: Pharmacokinetic Concentration Data from an Imaginary PK Study

Description Usage Format Details See Also Examples

Description

This data.frame contains data on pharmacokinetic concentration from an imaginary PK study.

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 112 observations on the following 12 variables.

studyid

a factor with levels XXX-YYY-ZZZ

domain

a factor with levels PC

subjid

a factor with levels 001-001 001-002 001-003 001-004 001-005 001-006 002-001 002-002 002-003 002-004 002-005 002-006

pctest

a factor with levels DRUG-X METABOLITE-Y

pcorres

a factor. The result in original units.

pcorresu

a factor with levels ng/mL

pcstresc

a factor. The result in standard units.

pcstresn

a numeric vector

pcstresu

a factor with levels ng/mL

visit

a factor with levels PERIOD I PERIOD II

pctpt

a factor with levels 0.5 HOURS POST-DOSE 1.0 HOURS POST-DOSE 12 HOURS POST-DOSE 2 HOURS POST-DOSE 4 HOURS POST-DOSE 6 HOURS POST-DOSE 8 HOURS POST-DOSE PRE-DOSE

pcdtc

a factor. The date/time of collection in yyyy-mm-ddTHH:MM format.

Details

This data is part of a toy database from an imaginary PK study. The data is meant to resemble a standard CDISC format. Briefly, pkstudy.DM contains demographic data, pkstudy.PC contains pharmacokinetic concentrations, pkstudy.EX contains exposure data, pkstudy.VS contains vitals signs, pkstudy.LB contains laboratory tests, and pkstudy.CM contains data on concomitant medications. All the data are linked by a subjid field, the ID that identifies the individual subjects in the study.

See Also

pkstudy.DM pkstudy.EX pkstudy.VS pkstudy.LB pkstudy.CM

Examples

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