describe how drugs exit the vasculator through protein binding?
Drugs can form reversible bonds with various proteins in the body. Of all the proteins with which drugs can bind, plasma albumin is the most important, being the most abundant protein in plasma. Like other proteins, albumin is a large molecule, having a molecular weight of 69,000. Because of its size, albumin always remains in the bloodstream: Albumin is too large to squeeze through pores in the capillary wall, and no transport system exists by which it might leave.