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S. aureus Bacteremia and Endocarditis Study Efficacy Results Helen Whamond Boucher, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine Tufts University - New England Medical Center

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S. aureus Bacteremia and Endocarditis Study Efficacy Results

Helen Whamond Boucher, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine

Tufts University - New England Medical Center

Boston, Massachusetts


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Study Objective and Statistical Considerations

  • Hypothesis tested

    • Daptomycin is not inferior to standard therapy in the treatment of S. aureus bacteremia and infective endocarditis as assessed by Adjudication Committee outcome at Test of Cure (TOC)

  • Non-inferiority design

    • Sample size calculation

      • 80% power

      • Delta 20%

      • Assumed 65% success rates in both groups

      • ITT required 90 per arm


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Key Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria

  • Inclusion criteria

    • Written informed consent

    •  18 years of age

    • Documented S. aureus bacteremia

  • Exclusion criteria

    • Intravascular foreign material

    • Prosthetic heart valve

    • Creatinine clearance < 30 mL/minute

    • Known pneumonia, osteomyelitis

    • Polymicrobial bacteremia

    • Moribund


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Blood Culture+ S. aureus

Work-up includes TEE within 5 days

End of Therapy (EOT)

Test of Cure (TOC)

6 weeks

-2

Daptomycin 6 mg/kg IV q24h

Outcome

Outcome

PrimaryEndpoint

  • Comparator

  • Vancomycin 1 g IV q12h+ Gentamicin 1 mg/kg IV q8h x 4 days

  • Anti-staphylococcal penicillin 2 g IV q4h+ Gentamicin 1 mg/kg IV q8h x 4 days

Study Design


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  • Final Diagnosis

    • Uncomplicated Bacteremia

    • Complicated Bacteremia

    • Right-sided Endocarditis

    • Left-sided Endocarditis

End of Therapy (EOT)

Test of Cure (TOC)

6 weeks

-2

Outcome

Outcome

PrimaryEndpoint

Blinded Independent External Adjudication Committee


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Outcome Definitions

Success (all of the following required)

  • Clinically cured or improved

  • Negative blood culture

  • Did not receive a potentially effective non-study antibiotic

  • Received minimum amount of study medication per Investigator

    Failure (any of the following)

  • Persisting or relapsing S. aureus

  • Death

  • Clinical failure

  • Received a potentially effective non-study antibiotic

  • Discontinued study medication prematurely due to either:

    • Adverse event

    • Microbiological failure

    • Clinical failure

  • No blood culture at Test of Cure


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S. aureus Bacteremia and Endocarditis Study

Results


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Study Conduct

  • 44 sites treated patients; 4 countries

    • August 2002 - February 2005

  • 236 treated

    • 200 US

    • 36 EU

  • Resource intensive for investigators and patients

  • Amendment to allow LIE April 2004


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246Randomized

Daptomycin

Comparator

122

124

Did not receive study drug

116

120

Safety population

LIE prior to amendment to allow LIE

115

120

Intent-To-Treat population

Protocol adherence criteria

60

79

Per-Protocol population

Patient Disposition


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Study Compliance (ITT)

235

Patients in ITT

157

Completed therapy

78

Withdrawn from therapy

148

Met TOC visit requirements

9

No contact or culture at TOC

69

Completed studyrequirements

9

W/D consent or lost to follow-up

217/235 (92.3%) completed study requirements




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Pre-specified Efficacy Analyses

  • Primary efficacy endpoint

    • Success at Test of Cure

    • Success in subgroups

      • MRSA/MSSA

      • Entry diagnosis

      • Final diagnosis

    • Success at End of Therapy


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Difference in Success

Rates (95% CI):

2.4% (-10.2, 15.1)

Difference in Success Rates (95% CI):

1.1% (-15.6, 17.8)

70

Daptomycin

60

Comparator

54.4

53.3

50

44.2

41.7

40

% Success

3260

43 79

30

53 120

48 115

20

10

0

ITT

PP

Primary Endpoint: Success at Test of Cure per Adjudication Committee (ITT/PP)


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Difference in Success

Rates (95% CI):

11.9% (-8.3, 32.1)

Difference in Success Rates (95% CI):

-2.1% (-19.0, 14.9)

Daptomycin

Vancomycin

SSP

46.7

32.6

20 45

14 43

33 74

2860

MRSA and MSSA Success at Test of Cure:Pathogen Specific Therapy per Adjudication Committee (ITT)

70

60

50

44.6

44.4

40

% Success

30

20

10

0

MRSA

MSSA


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Daptomycin GroupN = 120

Comparator GroupN = 115

Definite IE14%

Definite IE17%

Not IE 25%

Not IE 21%

Possible IE61%

Possible IE62%

Entry Diagnosis per Adjudication Committee (ITT)


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70

60

Daptomycin

Comparator

45.6

45.8

50

40.7

40.0

40

% Success

30

20

10

4190

3791

1230

1124

0

Definite or PossibleEndocarditis

Not Endocarditis

Entry Diagnosis: Success at Test of Cure per Adjudication Committee (ITT)


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Daptomycin GroupN = 120

Comparator GroupN = 115

LIE8%

LIE8%

RIE16%

RIE14%

uBAC27%

uBAC25%

cBAC50%

cBAC53%

Final Diagnosis per Adjudication Committee (ITT)


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Daptomycin

Comparator

19

29

26 60

23 61

8 19

716

18 32

16 29

Final Diagnosis: Success at Test of Cure per Adjudication Committee (ITT)

70

56.3

60

55.2

50

43.8

43.3

42.1

37.7

40

% Success

30

22.2

20

11.1

10

0

uBAC

cBAC

RIE

LIE


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Daptomycin

Comparator

819

716

914

816

Right Sided Endocarditis: Success at Test of Cure (ITT)

70

64.3

60

50.0

50

43.8

42.1

40

% Success

30

20

10

0

Adjudication Committee

Investigator


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Left Sided Endocarditis (ITT)

Comparator patient 001 entered study with LIE prior to LIE amendment Success at EOT, failed at TOC due to sepsis and death (no valve replacement surgery)


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70

61.7

60.9

60

Daptomycin

Comparator

50

44.2

41.7

40

% Success

30

70 115

53 120

48 115

74 120

20

10

0

End of Therapy

Test of Cure

End of Therapy and Test of Cure: Success per Adjudication Committee (ITT)


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Secondary Endpoint: Time to Clearance of S. aureus Bacteremia (ITT)

Daptomycin (N = 62)

Comparator (N = 65)

1.0

0.9

0.8

Wilcoxon p = 0.165

0.7

0.6

0.5

Probability of Clearance

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

Time (Days)



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Failure Due to Persisting/Relapsing S. aureusEmergence of Reduced Susceptibility to Daptomycin


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Vancomycin Failures With MIC  2

  • 1 vancomycin patient failed with vancomycin MIC 2 µg/mL at Central Lab

    • Failed due to persisting or relapsing S. aureus

  • 5 additional vancomycin patients failed with vancomycin MIC  2 µg/mL at Local Lab

    • 3 failed due to persisting or relapsing S. aureus

Sakoulas et al. JCM 2004.



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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)

+Death

86 (71.7)

81 (70.4)

1.2% (-10.4, 12.8)


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)

+Death

86 (71.7)

81 (70.4)

1.2% (-10.4, 12.8)

+Clinical failure

84 (70.0)

79 (68.7)

1.3% (-10.5, 13.1)


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)

+Death

86 (71.7)

81 (70.4)

1.2% (-10.4, 12.8)

+Clinical failure

84 (70.0)

79 (68.7)

1.3% (-10.5, 13.1)

+Treatment-limiting adverse event

77 (64.2)

67 (58.3)

5.9% (-6.5, 18.3)


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)

+Death

86 (71.7)

81 (70.4)

1.2% (-10.4, 12.8)

+Clinical failure

84 (70.0)

79 (68.7)

1.3% (-10.5, 13.1)

+Treatment-limiting adverse event

77 (64.2)

67 (58.3)

5.9% (-6.5, 18.3)

+PENS

62 (51.7)

58 (50.4)

1.2% (-11.6, 14.0)


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)

+Death

86 (71.7)

81 (70.4)

1.2% (-10.4, 12.8)

+Clinical failure

84 (70.0)

79 (68.7)

1.3% (-10.5, 13.1)

+Treatment-limiting adverse event

77 (64.2)

67 (58.3)

5.9% (-6.5, 18.3)

+PENS

62 (51.7)

58 (50.4)

1.2% (-11.6, 14.0)

+No blood culture

55 (45.8)

49 (42.6)

3.2% (-9.5, 15.9)


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Sensitivity Analyses (ITT TOC) Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Success considering failure based only on

Daptomycin

N = 120

n (%)

Comparator

N = 115

n (%)

Differences In

Success Rates

(95% CI)

Non-evaluable

111 (92.5)

101 (87.8)

N/A

Persisting/relapsing S. aureus (PRSA)

92 (76.7)

90 (78.3)

-1.6% (-12.3, 9.1)

+Death

86 (71.7)

81 (70.4)

1.2% (-10.4, 12.8)

+Clinical failure

84 (70.0)

79 (68.7)

1.3% (-10.5, 13.1)

+Treatment-limiting adverse event

77 (64.2)

67 (58.3)

5.9% (-6.5, 18.3)

+PENS

62 (51.7)

58 (50.4)

1.2% (-11.6, 14.0)

+No blood culture

55 (45.8)

49 (42.6)

3.2% (-9.5, 15.9)

+D/C for reason other than AE

53 (44.2)

48 (41.7)

2.4% (-10.2, 15.1)


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Comparator Considered Failure (ITT TOC)

Daptomycin

Kaplan-Meier Survival Curve (ITT)

100

75

50

% Survival

25

Wilcoxon p=0.823; Log-rank p=0.976

0

0

25

50

75

100

125

150

175

Days


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Deaths in Patients With Endocarditis and Persisting or Relapsing S. aureus

Safety Population


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70 Relapsing

60

53.9

Daptomycin

50.5

Comparator

45.6

50

40.7

40

% Success

30

20

4190

3791

4889

4793

10

0

Definite or Possible IEAdjudication Committee

Definite or Possible IEInvestigator

Known or Suspected Endocarditis: Success at Test of Cure (ITT)


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Efficacy Conclusions Relapsing

  • Primary efficacy endpoint met in ITT and PP populations

  • Daptomycin response higher than vancomycin response in MRSA

  • Efficacy results robust and consistent

    • Across pre-specified subgroups

    • Per Adjudication Committee and Investigator


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Efficacy Conclusions Relapsing

  • Daptomycin 6 mg/kg IV once daily was efficacious in the treatment of patients with S. aureus bacteremia including those with known or suspected endocarditis


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