Cmin is a term used in pharmacokinetics. It is the minimum plasma concentration that a drug achieves in tested area after the drug has been administrated and prior to the administration of a second dose. Cmin is the opposite of Cmax, or the maximum concentration that a drug achieves after dosing.Cmin has direct relationships with other minimum concentrations such as MIC and is required to be higher than those concentrations to achieve the minimum efficacy.
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