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Two Compartmental Mathematical Analysis of the Diffusion of a Therapeutic Agent in Human Tissues

Authors: E. U. Agom, M. S. Atureta

In this paper, we present a unified minimal compartmental model to estimate mathematically the concentration of a Therapeutic Agent injected intravenously in a steady state into Human tissues divided into two compartments; the blood and tissues. The model takes into consideration most, if not all physiological factors of the Human system in conformity with the physical realities vis-a-vis the Therapeutic Agent concentration before uptake by the compartments. The models were a system of first order non-homogeneous ordinary differential equations. And, the result from the models gives a zero concentration in both the blood and the tissues before the advent of the Therapeutic agent.

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