|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|5647644||1407087||2017||7 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود کنید|
BackgroundRecombinant human C1-esterase inhibitor (rhC1-INH) is efficacious and well tolerated for managing hereditary angioedema (HAE) attacks in adults. However, there are insufficient data on its efficacy and safety in adolescents.ObjectiveTo evaluate the efficacy and safety profiles of rhC1-INH for acute HAE attacks in adolescents.MethodsAdolescents (aged 12-18 y) with HAE enrolled in 2 randomized controlled trials and 2 open-label extension trials were included and received intravenous rhC1-INH for acute attacks. Times to the beginning of sustained symptom relief (visual analog scale change from baseline â¥20 mm) and minimal symptoms (visual analog scale score of <20 mm across locations) were assessed. Safety parameters included hypersensitivity reactions, anti-rhC1-INH antibodies, and host-related impurities.ResultsSixteen adolescents (50 attacks, aged 14-18 y) received rhC1-INH. Attacks were managed with single-dose rhC1-INH 50 U/kg (46.0%) and single-dose rhC1-INH 2100 U (16%), and 32.0% were treated with additional doses after receiving an initial rhC1-INH 2100 U dose (total dose, 4200-6300 U). Most attacks (88.0%) occurred at a single location; 59.1% (26 of 44) were abdominal. Across the first 5 attacks, median times to the beginning of symptom relief ranged from 19.0 to 78.5 minutes; median times to minimal symptoms ranged from 120 to 190 minutes. Pharmacokinetics showed that rhC1-INH restored functional plasma C1-esterase inhibitor levels to the normal (>70%) range for almost all evaluable patients. No severe or drug-related adverse events or hypersensitivity reactions occurred. No treatment-emergent antibodies to rhC1-INH or host-related impurities were observed.ConclusionsrhC1-INH is efficacious and well tolerated among adolescents with HAE.
Journal: The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice - Volume 5, Issue 4, JulyâAugust 2017, Pages 1091-1097