Upon completion of this teaching module, the student should be able to:
1. Differentiate between bioavailability in magnitude and speed.
2. Calculate the absolute and relative bioavailability in magnitude.
3. Discriminating factors influencing the bioavailability.
4. Know the laws that are subject to testing bioavailability and bioequivalence
5. statistically analyze the results of bioequivalence trials.
6. Know the decision-making criteria in bioequivalence trials.
7. Appreciate the clinical importance of bioequivalence trials
8. State the principles of the Biopharmaceutical Classification System.
9. Sort by the BCS provisionally a substance depending on its physicochemical properties.
10. Define the concept of biowaiver and establish the conditions of a bioequivalence study in vitro