treatment-emergent

treatment-emergent

adjective Referring to a symptom that appears only after beginning therapy.
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Through week 48, Biktarvy was found to be statistically non-inferior to ABC/DTG/3TC with a numerically lower incidence of mild or moderate study drug-related adverse events and no treatment-emergent resistance.
In the ongoing study, Biktarvy was found to be statistically non-inferior to regimens containing a bPI or boosted elvitegravir and demonstrated no treatment-emergent resistance at 48 weeks.
All treatment-emergent adverse effects were mild or moderate in intensity; no serious adverse events were reported.
In the ongoing study, BIC/FTC/TAF was found to be statistically non-inferior to regimens containing bPIs and demonstrated no treatment-emergent resistance at 48 weeks.
The most frequently reported treatment-emergent adverse events were mild or moderate application-site reactions.
In examining safety data from the pooled trials, Lydie Hazan, MD, of Axis Clinical Trials and her collaborators found that, for pediatric patients, most treatment-emergent adverse events (AEs) were skin and subcutaneous tissue-related.
No patients in the fezolinetant group reported serious treatment-emergent adverse events.
Safety and tolerability are being assessed by treatment-emergent adverse event observations, vital sign assessments and laboratory tests, concluded the company.
Secondary outcomes included the proportion of participants who relapsed, treatment-emergent adverse events, and vital sign changes.
The most common treatment-emergent adverse events included dizziness in 13% of subjects, anxiety in 7%, and other mood disturbances in 6%.
All patients in both active treatment and placebo groups experienced at least one treatment-emergent adverse event.