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A Student’s Perspective on Using Phoenix NLME for PopPK Analysis of an Intranasal Combination Drug

On-Demand Webinar

The pharmacokinetic dispositions and the underlying variability of Kovacaine Mist®, a combination product containing oxymetazoline and tetracaine, were investigated by nonlinear mixed effects modeling using Phoenix® NLME. The project utilized the different plugins in the Phoenix platform allowing all steps of model development right from data setup to producing publication quality graphs in a single seamless environment. This webinar presented the student’s journey through his introduction to Phoenix NLME and how it became his primary tool for population modeling.

The pharmacokinetic dispositions and the underlying variability of Kovacaine Mist®, a combination product containing oxymetazoline and tetracaine, were investigated by nonlinear mixed effects modeling using Phoenix® NLME. The project utilized the different plugins in the Phoenix® platform allowing all steps of model development right from data setup to producing publication quality graphs in a single seamless environment. This webinar presented a student’s journey through his introduction to Phoenix NLME and how it became his primary tool for population modeling.

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