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Title: Optimisation of an extraction and preconcentration procedure based on fabric phase sorptive extraction for the determination of antineoplastic fluorescent drugs in hospital effluents
Authors: Santana Viera, Sergio 
Torres Padrón, María Esther 
Sosa Ferrera, María Zoraida 
Santana Rodríguez, José Juan 
Kabir , A.
Furton, Kenneth G.
UNESCO Clasification: 2301 química analítica
320802 Acción de los medicamentos
330810 Tecnología de aguas residuales
Keywords: Antineoplastic compounds
Fabric Phase Sorptive Extraction
Fluorescence detector,
Liquid chromatography
Issue Date: 2021
Conference: XIX ISLS & 21st ISBC, online symposium, June, 24th 2021
Abstract: Antineoplastic compounds are medicines used against cancer. They act by killing cells or inhibiting their growth. However, they not act selectively, which mean that they are going to kill all cells, not only the cancerous ones. Because of that, they are potentially harmful [1]. Once patients are treated by this medicine, they excrete more than 50% of the medicine without metabolize, reaching wastewater treatment plants. They are not completely degraded, so, they come up in the effluent of the wastewater treatment plants. As with many others pharmaceutical compounds in the wastewater treatment plants, antineoplastic compounds are found in very low concentrations. For that reason, it is necessary the use of techniques and procedures able to concentrate this kind of analytes before their determination. The bulk of the papers conduct this step by solid phase extraction, nevertheless this technique requires, in many cases, high volume of samples and long extraction times [2]. In this communication, we present the optimisation of a methodology for the extraction and determination of antineoplastic compounds (anthracyclines) by using ultra high performance liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection (UHPLC-FD) after their extraction by a microextraction technique that uses sol-gel sorbents (Fabric Phase Sorptive Extraction, FPSE) [3]. The extraction conditions have been optimised by an experimental design in which all variables that affect the process were studied. In addition, we have tested different sol-gel sorbents to find the most suitable. After that, determination analytical parameters were established.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/113513
Source: Bioluminescense, chemiluminescence and luminescence spectrometry. Book of abstracts
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