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Maths in Work: Drug Metabolism

Created on 07 December 2009 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 18 November 2013 by ncetm_administrator
Title Drug Metabolism
Organisation Sanofi Aventis - Emily Aventis
To investigate what happens to a medicine after it has been taken into the body, and answer questions, such as: Where does it go in the body? What proportion of the drug goes to each part of the body? And how does the body get rid of it? Analysis of faeces and urine uses maths of units of measure and calculation.

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Measures, Number, Calculation
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