Long-Term Safety and Effectiveness of Adalimumab for Moderate to Severe Psoriasis: Results from 7-Year Interim Analysis of the ESPRIT Registry Article

cited authors

  • Menter, A; Thaçi, D; Wu, JJ; Abramovits, W; Kerdel, F; Arikan, D; Guo, D; Ganguli, A; Bereswill, M; Camez, A; Valdecantos, WC

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abstract

  • Introduction: ESPRIT (NCT00799877) is an ongoing 10-year international prospective observational registry evaluating the long-term safety and effectiveness of originator adalimumab in routine clinical practice for adult patients with chronic plaque psoriasis. Herein, we report the long-term safety, effectiveness, and patient-reported outcomes (PROs) following adalimumab treatment over the first 7 years of the ESPRIT registry. Methods: All treatment-emergent (All-TE) adverse events (AE) since the initial (first ever) dose of adalimumab were assessed. Physician Global Assessment (PGA) and PROs (PROs for US patients only) were evaluated during registry participation. Results: As of 30 November 2015, 6051 patients in the ESPRIT registry were analyzed, representing 23,660.1 patient-years (PY) of overall adalimumab exposure. The incidence rates for All-TE serious AEs, serious infections, and malignancies were 4.4, 1.0, and 1.0 events per 100 PY (E/100PY), respectively. The standardized mortality ratio for TE deaths in the registry was 0.27 (95% CI 0.18–0.38). During the registry’s first 7 years, PGA “clear” or “minimal” was achieved by >50% of patients at each annual visit, and among US patients, the mean improvement from baseline in different PROs was maintained. Conclusion: No new safety signals were identified during the first 7 years of the registry, and safety was consistent with the known safety profile of adalimumab. The number of TE deaths was below the expected rate. During the registry’s first 7 years, most of the patients remained free of All-TE cardiovascular events, serious infections, and malignancy. As-observed effectiveness of adalimumab and improvements from baseline in PROs were maintained through 7 years of registry participation. Funding: Abbvie. Trial Registration: ClinicalTrials.gov identifier, NCT00799877.

publication date

  • September 1, 2017

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start page

  • 365

end page

  • 381

volume

  • 7

issue

  • 3