Is Pharmacology Difficult Podcast ROUTES OF DRUG ELIMINATION-4


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Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay.
In today's episode, I know the essence of French Open Tournament, wishing your favourite player the bestest of luck and wishes, if I am interrupting the score commentary, I do apologise, and promising a laconic set of colloque for the great Sunday, I break the ice with left over pizza pieces, i mean conversation about renal routes of drug elimination, in that too specifically , I will limit my talks to one process i.e. tubular secretion. I will discuss the mechanism, process, drug transporters, site, carriers, important facts, notable points, good gracious examples and everything you need to know about the process of Tubular Secretion.
With the terse talk for Sunday, I advice you to carry on watching the score and keep the end excitement "ON" till you finally see the trophy in either Stefanos Tsitsipas' or Novak Djocovic's hand!Its truly a thrilling weekend!
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