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The pharmacokinetic characteristics of cefonicid, a highly protein-bound expanded-spectrum cephalosporin, were examined in six noninfected, clinically stable patients undergoing continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. After a 1.0-g intravenous dose of cefonicid, the mean concentrations in serum were 105 +/- 25 and 35.6 +/- 14.4 micrograms/ml at 3 and 72 h, respectively. Despite a prolonged half-life in serum of 49.7 +/- 18 h, the penetration into peritoneal fluid was low. The averagedoi:10.17615/ryay-5f95 fatcat:t6pzb2lt75dkrltxpth6qvbdva