Arpida Publishes Top-Line Data of Phase II "Intravenous-To-Oral" Switch Trial With Oral Iclaprim
The top-line results demonstrated high clinical cure rates of over 90%following the step-down therapy with oral iclaprim administered after twodays of initial treatment with intravenous vancomycin. In the Per Protocolpopulation 27/29 patients in the oral iclaprim arm were cured, as compared to28/28 following continuous treatment with intravenous vancomycin. Eradicationrates for S. aureus, the major causative pathogen, were high with 85% in theoral iclaprim arm, and similar to intravenous vancomycin (89%). Iclaprim waswell tolerated; adverse events were infrequent and not significantlydifferent between both study arms. Importantly, no drug-related seriousadverse events occurred and there were no patient withdrawals due to adverseevents.
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This statement was also released in German and French. The Englishoriginal is the binding version.Arpida contacts: Dr Jurgen Raths, President and CEO, Tel: +41-61-417-96-60. Harry Welten, MBA, CFO and Senior Vice President, Tel: +41-61-417-96-65. Paul Verbraeken, Head of Corporate Communications, Tel: +41-61-417-96-83.
SOURCE Arpida Ltd.
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