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Paratek Announces that Omadacycline Met All Primary and Secondary Efficacy Outcomes Designated by FDA and EMA in a Phase 3 Study in Acute Bacterial Skin Infections; Omadacycline was Generally Safe and Well-Tolerated
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“The successful achievement of these primary efficacy and secondary outcomes, combined with the safety and tolerability outcomes for both the oral and IV formulations of omadacycline is a significant step towards securing regulatory approval and advancing omadacycline to commercialization,” said
The global pivotal Phase 3 registration study, known as OASIS (Omadacycline in Acute Skin and Skin Structure Infections Study), evaluated the efficacy and safety of an IV to oral once-daily omadacycline against twice daily linezolid over a 7 to 14-day course of therapy in 645 treated patients. The primary efficacy endpoint for the
The co-primary efficacy endpoints for the EMA are the investigators assessment of clinical response at the post treatment evaluation (PTE) in the mITT and the clinically evaluable (CE) populations. In both populations at PTE, omadacycline achieved the primary efficacy endpoint of statistical non-inferiority (10% margin) compared to linezolid. In the mITT population at PTE, clinical success rates for the omadacycline and linezolid treatment arms were 86.1% and 83.6%, respectively. In the CE population at PTE, clinical success rates for the omadacycline and linezolid treatment arms were 96.3% and 93.5%, respectively. Omadacycline demonstrated comparable clinical success rates to linezolid caused by the most common ABSSSI pathogens, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Omadacycline was generally safe and well tolerated. Among treatment-emergent adverse events (TEAEs), gastrointestinal events were most common in both treatment groups (18.0% for omadacycline and 15.8% for linezolid): the most common individual TEAEs (≥ 3% in either group) included nausea (12.4% vs. 9.9%), vomiting (5.3% vs. 5.0%), and diarrhea (2.2% vs. 3.1%) for omadacycline and linezolid, respectively. Discontinuation for gastrointestinal TEAEs was uncommon, occurring in only one omadacycline patient (vomiting) and one linezolid patient (nausea and constipation). Infusion site reactions associated with IV study drug therapy occurred in 9.6% of omadacycline patients and 8.4% of linezolid patients none of which led to study drug discontinuation. Of these events phlebitis was only 2.5% in both treatment arms. Serious TEAEs occurred in 3.4% of omadacycline patients and 2.5% of linezolid patients, none of which were considered related to study drug. Two deaths occurred during the study, both in the linezolid group (cardiac arrest and cardiac failure).
Results of this study, including the results of the secondary endpoints, will be presented at an upcoming scientific congress.
“These Phase 3 data are highly encouraging and continue to support our belief and confidence in the efficacy and safety profile of omadacycline, which has now been evaluated in more than 1,000 subjects in clinical trials. We believe omadacycline has the potential to provide physicians with an important new well-tolerated, broad spectrum, once-daily, oral and IV antibiotic to treat serious, often life-threatening, community-acquired infections.” said
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About Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infections (ABSSSIs)
Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infections are responsible for more than 750,000 hospitalizations per year (latest data available, 2011), representing a 17.3% increase in hospitalized ABSSSI patients from 2005 to 2011.
Omadacycline is a new once-daily oral and IV, well-tolerated broad spectrum antibiotic being developed for use as empiric monotherapy for patients suffering from serious community-acquired bacterial infections, such as acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections, community acquired bacterial pneumonia, urinary tract infections and other community-acquired bacterial infections, particularly when antibiotic resistance is of concern to prescribing physicians.
Paratek's second Phase 3 product candidate, sarecycline, is designed to be a well-tolerated, once-daily, oral, narrow spectrum tetracycline-derived antibiotic with potent anti-inflammatory properties for the potential treatment of acne and rosacea in the community setting.
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Forward Looking Statement
Certain statements in this press release are forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are based upon Paratek's current expectations and involve substantial risks and uncertainties. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: (i) unexpected results may cause the designs of the clinical trials to change, or the projected timelines of the trials to be extended, (ii) unexpected decline in the rates of patient enrollment in the clinical trials, (iii) unforeseen adverse effects experienced by patients resulting in a clinical hold, (iv) failure of patients to complete clinical trials, (v) risks related to regulatory oversight of the trials, (vi) the need for substantial additional funding to complete the development and commercialization of product candidates and (vii) risks that data to date and trends may not be predictive of future results. These and other risk factors are discussed under "Risk Factors" and elsewhere in Paratek's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December31, 2015 and Paratek's other filings with the
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