In the ARISTOTLE trial, ELIQUIS demonstrated superior stroke / systemic embolism prevention with significantly less major bleeding vs. warfarin in patients with NVAF.4
Adapted from Granger et al. 2011.4
* ARISTOTLE: Phase III trial, with a total of 18,201 patients with NVAF and ≥1 risk factor for stroke and a mean CHADS2 score of 2.1 randomised to ELIQUIS 5 mg BD (or 2.5 mg BD in selected patients [4.7%]) or warfarin adjusted to target INR range 2.0–3.0, for a median of 1.8 years. A 2.5 mg BD dose of ELIQUIS was used in patients who met two or more of the following criteria: ≥80 years, body weight ≤60 kg, or serum creatinine ≥1.5 mg/dl (133 μmol/l). Patients with the exclusive criteria of severe renal impairment (creatinine clearance 15–29 ml/min) should also receive a lower dose of 2.5 mg twice daily. Stroke or systemic embolism was the primary efficacy endpoint of the ARISTOTLE trial (haemorrhagic stroke and ischaemic or undetermined stroke were components of stroke) and major bleeding defined per International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) criteria was the primary safety endpoint. Efficacy analyses based on ITT population. Safety analyses based on patients who had at least one dose of study drug.4
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In the AMPLIFY trial, ELIQUIS demonstrated both comparable efficacy and significantly less major bleeding vs. standard of care (enoxaparin / warfarin) in the treatment of
DVT / PE.6
Adapted from Agnelli et al. 2013.6
† AMPLIFY: Phase III, randomised, double-blind trial in 5,395 patients with DVT and / or PE. The duration of the trial was 6 months. The primary efficacy endpoint was the rate of recurrent VTE / VTE-related death vs. enoxaparin / warfarin. Efficacy analyses based on ITT population for whom the outcome status at 6 months was documented; safety analyses based on patients who had at least one dose of study drug.6
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In the AMPLIFY-EXT trial, extended treatment with ELIQUIS demonstrated superior efficacy and a
comparable bleeding profile
Adapted from the ELIQUIS SmPC1 and Agnelli et al. 2013.7
‡ AMPLIFY-EXT: Phase III, randomised, double-blind trial in 2,482 patients with DVT or PE who had completed 6 to 12 months of anticoagulation therapy. The duration of the trial was 12 months. Efficacy analyses based on ITT population for whom the outcome status at 12 months was documented; safety analyses based on patients who had at least one dose of study drug.7
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