first-pass translation | English-Spanish dictionary

first-pass adj.
de primer paso

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"first-pass": examples and translations in context
Fluticasone furoate undergoes extensive first-pass metabolism, therefore the systemic exposure of intranasal fluticasone furoate in patients with severe liver disease is likely to be increased. El furoato de fluticasona experimenta un importante efecto de primer paso metabólico, por lo tanto es probable que aumente la exposición sistémica a furoato de fluticasona administrado por via intranasal en pacientes con insuficiencia hepática grave.
After absorption, 66% of pravastatin undergoes a first-pass extraction through the liver, which is the primary site of its action and the primary site of cholesterol synthesis and clearance of LDL- Después de su absorción, el 66% de pravastatina experimenta un efecto de primer paso en el hígado, que es su principal lugar de acción y el lugar principal de la síntesis de colesterol y del aclaramiento del colesterol LDL.
The substance is subject to extensive first-pass metabolism. La sustancia está sujeta a un amplio metabolismo de primer paso.
Sibutramine is well absorbed and undergoes extensive first-pass metabolism. La sibutramina se absorbe bien y experimenta un intenso metabolismo de primer paso.
The first-pass metabolism is believed to be negligible. Se cree que el metabolismo de primer paso es insignificante.
Lamotrigine is rapidly and completely absorbed from the gut with no significant first-pass metabolism. Absorción Lamotrigina se absorbe completa y rápidamente en el intestino con un insignificante metabolismo de primer paso.
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