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We aimed to identify predictive factors for insufficient Cmax in a population of critically ill patients. Methods: Prospective observational monocentric study of patients admitted to a general ICU and requiring a loading dose of amikacin. The amikacin Cmax was 69 [ When total body weight is used, low BMI tended to be associated with amikacin underdosing. These suggest the need for higher doses in patients with a positive h fluid balance in order to reach adequate therapeutic targets.
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Predictors of insufficient amikacin peak concentration in critically ill patients receiving a 25 mg/kg total body weight regimen