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A Study of Emicizumab Administered Subcutaneously (SC) in Pediatric Participants With Hemophilia A and Factor VIII (FVIII) Inhibitors (HAVEN 2)

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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02795767
Recruitment Status : Completed
First Posted : June 10, 2016
Results First Posted : April 10, 2019
Last Update Posted : June 2, 2021
Sponsor:
Collaborator:
Chugai Pharmaceutical
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
Hoffmann-La Roche

Tracking Information
First Submitted Date  ICMJE June 7, 2016
First Posted Date  ICMJE June 10, 2016
Results First Submitted Date  ICMJE March 20, 2019
Results First Posted Date  ICMJE April 10, 2019
Last Update Posted Date June 2, 2021
Actual Study Start Date  ICMJE July 22, 2016
Actual Primary Completion Date April 30, 2018   (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
Current Primary Outcome Measures  ICMJE
 (submitted: May 7, 2021)
  • Cohort A: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in followup times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohort A: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Spontaneous Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohort A: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohort A: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Spontaneous Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohort A: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohort A: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Spontaneous Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohort A: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of All Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohort A: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Spontaneous Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Joint Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohort A: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Target Joint Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in Cohort A was 57.57 (17.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
Original Primary Outcome Measures  ICMJE
 (submitted: June 7, 2016)
  • Number of Bleeds Over Time [ Time Frame: From Baseline until end of treatment (treatment period = 52 weeks) ]
  • Percentage of Participants with Adverse Events (AEs) [ Time Frame: From Baseline until up to 24 weeks after treatment discontinuation (treatment period = 52 weeks) ]
  • Plasma Trough Concentration (Ctrough) of Emicizumab [ Time Frame: Pre-dose (0 hours) in Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33, 37, 41, 49, 57; then every 12 weeks until end of study or 24 weeks after treatment discontinuation (treatment period = 52 weeks, study duration = maximum 128 weeks) ]
Change History
Current Secondary Outcome Measures  ICMJE
 (submitted: May 7, 2021)
  • Cohorts B and C: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohorts B and C: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Spontaneous Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohorts B and C: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohorts B and C: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Spontaneous Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohorts B and C: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohorts B and C: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Spontaneous Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohorts B and C: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of All Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohorts B and C: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Spontaneous Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated spontaneous bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A bleed is classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "treated spontaneous bleed" is a spontaneous bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of spontaneous bleeds. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohorts B and C: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Joint Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint" and with at least one of the following symptoms: increasing swelling or warmth of the skin over the joint and/or increasing pain, decreased range of motion, or difficulty using the joint compared with baseline. A "treated joint bleed" is a joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Only treated bleeds that fulfilled the 72-hour rule were included in the analysis of treated joint bleeds, excluding bleeds due to surgery/procedure.
  • Cohorts B and C: Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Target Joint Bleeds Over the Efficacy Period in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 24 weeks; At the primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts B and C were 21.29 (18.6-24.1) weeks and 19.86 (8.9-24.1) weeks, respectively. ]
    The percentage of participants by categorized number of treated target joint bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry. A "treated target joint bleed" is a target joint bleed that also fulfills the conditions of a treated bleed (see ABR for Treated Bleeds for the definition). Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Intra-Participant Comparison of the Model-Based ABR for Treated Bleeds on Study Versus Pre-Study in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age From the Non-Interventional Study (NIS) Population [ Time Frame: Up to 24 weeks in NIS BH29768 (NCT02476942) prior to study entry and from Baseline to 52 weeks on this study; At primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in the NIS population was 88.57 (55.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    This is an intra-participant comparison of the model-based annualized bleeding rate (ABR) for treated bleeds (i.e., number of treated bleeds over efficacy period using negative binomial regression model) on study versus pre-study in the NIS population who had previously participated in study BH29768 (NCT02476942). A "treated bleed" is a bleed directly followed by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and first treatment thereafter are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Intra-Participant Comparison of the Model-Based ABR for All Bleeds on Study Versus Pre-Study in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age From the NIS Population [ Time Frame: Up to 24 weeks in NIS BH29768 (NCT02476942) prior to study entry and from Baseline to 52 weeks on this study; At primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in the NIS population was 88.57 (55.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    This is an intra-participant comparison of the model-based annualized bleeding rate (ABR) for all bleeds (i.e., number of all bleeds over efficacy period using negative binomial regression model) on study versus pre-study in the NIS population who had previously participated in study BH29768 (NCT02476942). In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohort A: Intra-Participant Comparison of the Median Calculated ABR for Treated Bleeds on Study Versus Pre-Study in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age From the NIS Population [ Time Frame: Up to 24 weeks in NIS BH29768 (NCT02476942) prior to study entry and from Baseline to 52 weeks on this study; At primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in the NIS population was 88.57 (55.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    This is an intra-participant comparison of the calculated ABR for treated bleeds (annualized per participant using the following formula: ABR = [number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period] x 365.25) on study versus pre-study in the NIS population who had previously participated in study BH29768 (NCT02476942). A "treated bleed" is a bleed directly followed by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and first treatment thereafter are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Intra-Participant Comparison of the Median Calculated ABR for All Bleeds on Study Versus Pre-Study in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age From the NIS Population [ Time Frame: Up to 24 weeks in NIS BH29768 (NCT02476942) prior to study entry and from Baseline to 52 weeks on this study; At primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in the NIS population was 88.57 (55.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    This is an intra-participant comparison of the calculated annualized bleeding rate (ABR) for all bleeds (annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = [number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period] x 365.25) on study versus pre-study in the NIS population who had previously participated in study BH29768 (NCT02476942). In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Cohort A: Intra-Participant Comparison of Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of Treated Bleeds on Study Versus Pre-Study in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age From the NIS Population [ Time Frame: Up to 24 weeks in NIS BH29768 (NCT02476942) prior to study entry and from Baseline to 52 weeks on this study; At primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in the NIS population was 88.57 (55.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    This is an intra-participant comparison of the percentage of participants by categorized number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period on study versus pre-study in the NIS population who had previously participated in study BH29768 (NCT02476942). A "treated bleed" is a bleed directly followed by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and first treatment thereafter are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Cohort A: Intra-Participant Comparison of Percentage of Participants by Categorized Number of All Bleeds on Study Versus Pre-Study in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age From the NIS Population [ Time Frame: Up to 24 weeks in NIS BH29768 (NCT02476942) prior to study entry and from Baseline to 52 weeks on this study; At primary completion date, the median (min-max) duration of the efficacy period in the NIS population was 88.57 (55.9-92.6) weeks. ]
    This is an intra-participant comparison of the percentage of participants by categorized number of all bleeds over the efficacy period on study versus pre-study in the NIS population who had previously participated in study BH29768 (NCT02476942). In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants ≥12 Years of Age and <40 kg Body Weight [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants ≥12 Years of Age and <40 kg Body Weight [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented as a model-based ABR that was analyzed using a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in followup times (i.e., the time that each participant stays in the study). In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds in Treated Participants ≥12 Years of Age and <40 kg Body Weight [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for All Bleeds in Treated Participants ≥12 Years of Age and <40 kg Body Weight [ Time Frame: From Baseline to 52 weeks ]
    The number of all bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Number of Treated Bleeds Over Time in Participants With Dose Up-Titration [ Time Frame: From Baseline to study completion (up to at least 52 weeks) ]
    The number of treated bleeds over time was to be analyzed in participants whose emicizumab maintenance dose was up-titrated to 3 mg/kg QW if they had experienced suboptimal bleeding control on emicizumab at steady-state, per protocol criteria. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. A bleed and the first treatment thereafter and before a new bleed starts, are considered to be pairs, with the following exception: if multiple bleeds occur on the same calendar day, the subsequent treatment is considered to apply for each of these multiple bleeds. The 72-hour rule was implemented: two bleeds of the same type and at the same anatomical location are counted as one bleed if the second bleed occurs within 72 hours from the last treatment for the first bleed. Bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded.
  • Number of All Bleeds Over Time in Participants With Dose Up-Titration [ Time Frame: From Baseline to study completion (up to at least 52 weeks) ]
    The number of all bleeds over time was to be analyzed in participants whose emicizumab maintenance dose was up-titrated to 3 mg/kg QW if they had experienced suboptimal bleeding control on emicizumab at steady-state, per protocol criteria. In this outcome measure, all bleeds are included, irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. As "all bleeds" comprises both treated and non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented separately for treated and non-treated bleeds. For treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented exactly as defined for the "treated bleeds" outcome measure. For non-treated bleeds, the 72-hour rule was implemented by calculating a treatment-free period of 72 hours from the bleed itself.
  • Long-Term Efficacy of Emicizumab in All Cohorts: Model-Based Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds, All Bleeds, Treated Spontaneous Bleeds, Treated Joint Bleeds, and Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to study completion (median [min-max] duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 92.29 [36.1-187.7] weeks, 68.21 [56.7-129.4] weeks, and 69.43 [8.9-144.3] weeks, respectively) ]
    The number of bleeds over the efficacy period was shown as a model-based ABR that used a negative binomial regression model with efficacy period as an offset to account for the difference in follow-up times. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. "All bleeds" included bleeds irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. Bleeds are classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed occurring in a joint. A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint (≥3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry).
  • Long-Term Efficacy of Emicizumab in All Cohorts: Mean Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds, All Bleeds, Treated Spontaneous Bleeds, Treated Joint Bleeds, and Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to study completion (median [min-max] duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 92.29 [36.1-187.7] weeks, 68.21 [56.7-129.4] weeks, and 69.43 [8.9-144.3] weeks, respectively) ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. "All bleeds" included bleeds irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. Bleeds are classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint". A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry.
  • Long-Term Efficacy of Emicizumab in All Cohorts: Median Calculated Annualized Bleed Rate (ABR) for Treated Bleeds, All Bleeds, Treated Spontaneous Bleeds, Treated Joint Bleeds, and Treated Target Joint Bleeds in Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: From Baseline to study completion (median [min-max] duration of the efficacy periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 92.29 [36.1-187.7] weeks, 68.21 [56.7-129.4] weeks, and 69.43 [8.9-144.3] weeks, respectively) ]
    The number of treated bleeds over the efficacy period is presented here as a calculated ABR that was annualized for each participant using the following formula: ABR = (number of bleeds/number of days during the efficacy period) x 365.25. A bleed is considered a "treated bleed" if it is directly followed (i.e., no intervening bleed) by a hemophilia medication reported to be a "treatment for bleed", irrespective of time between treatment and the preceding bleed. "All bleeds" included bleeds irrespective of treatment with coagulation factors, with the following exception: bleeds due to surgery/procedure are excluded. Bleeds are classified as "spontaneous" if there is no other known contributing factor such as trauma or procedure/surgery. A "joint bleed" is defined as a bleed with type reported as "joint". A "target joint bleed" is defined as a joint bleed in a target joint, which is a joint location where at least 3 bleeds have occurred over the last 24 weeks prior to study entry.
  • Change From Baseline Over Time in the Hemophilia-Specific Quality of Life Short Form (Haemo-QoL-SF) Questionnaire Total Score, as Completed by Treated Participants ≥8 to <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: Baseline (Week 1), Weeks 13, 25, 37, 49, 57, 81, 105, 129, 153, and 177, and at study completion [SC] or early discontinuation [ED] (up to 188 weeks) ]
    The Haemo-QoL-SF is a self-reported questionnaire for children ≥8 years of age. It contains 35 items, which cover nine domains considered relevant for the children's health-related quality of life: Physical Health, Feelings, View of Yourself, Family, Friends, Other People, Sports and School, Dealing with Hemophilia, and Treatment. Items are rated with five respective response options: never, seldom, sometimes, often, and always. The Total Score is derived from the scores for all domains and ranges from 0 to 100, with a lower score reflective of better health-related quality of life.
  • Change From Baseline Over Time in the Haemo-QoL-SF Questionnaire Physical Health Domain Score, as Completed by Treated Participants ≥8 to <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: Baseline (Week 1), Weeks 13, 25, 37, 49, 57, 81, 105, 129, 153, and 177, and at study completion [SC] or early discontinuation [ED] (up to 188 weeks) ]
    The Haemo-QoL-SF is a self-reported questionnaire for children ≥8 years of age. It contains 35 items, which cover nine domains considered relevant for the children's health-related quality of life: Physical Health, Feelings, View of Yourself, Family, Friends, Other People, Sports and School, Dealing with Hemophilia, and Treatment. The Physical Health domain assesses hemophilia-related symptoms (painful swellings and presence of joint pain) and physical functioning (pain with movement). Items are rated with five respective response options: never, seldom, sometimes, often, and always. The Physical Health domain score ranges from 0 to 100, with a lower score reflective of better physical health.
  • Change From Baseline Over Time in Caregiver-Reported Adapted Health-Related Quality of Life for Hemophilia Patients With Inhibitors Including Aspects of Caregiver Burden (Adapted Inhib-QoL) Questionnaire Total Score, Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: Baseline (Week 1), Weeks 13, 25, 37, 49, 57, 81, 105, 129, 153, and 177, and at study completion [SC] or early discontinuation [ED] (up to 188 weeks) ]
    Proxy assessment of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and aspects of caregiver burden were assessed using the Adapted Inhib-QoL questionnaire, which comprises two parts with a total of 30 questions. The first part asks the caregiver for his/her opinion on the child's HRQoL and consists of two scales: Physical Health and Treatment. The second part asks the caregiver to rate how the child's situation is for them (i.e., the impact of the child's disease and treatment on the caregiver) and consists of 6 scales (5 if the child does not have siblings): General Condition, Dealing with the Inhibitor, Perceive Treatment, Family life, Siblings, Contact with Others. Items are rated with five respective response options: never, seldom, sometimes, often, and all the time. The Total Score is derived from the individual scores of all of the domains and it ranges from 0 to 100, with lower scores reflective of better HRQoL.
  • Change From Baseline Over Time in the Caregiver-Reported Adapted Inhib-QoL Questionnaire Physical Health Domain Score, Treated Participants <12 Years of Age [ Time Frame: Baseline (Week 1), Weeks 13, 25, 37, 49, 57, 81, 105, 129, 153, and 177, and at study completion [SC] or early discontinuation [ED] (up to 188 weeks) ]
    Proxy assessment of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and aspects of caregiver burden were assessed using the Adapted Inhib-QoL questionnaire, which comprises two parts with a total of 30 questions. The first part asks the caregiver for his/her opinion on the child's HRQoL (proxy HRQoL) and consists of two scales: Physical Health and Treatment. The second part asks the caregiver to rate how the child's situation is for them (i.e., the impact of the child's disease and treatment on the caregiver) and consists of 6 scales (5 if the child does not have siblings): General Condition, Dealing with the Inhibitor, Perceive Treatment, Family Life, Siblings, Contact with Others. Items are rated with five respective response options: never, seldom, sometimes, often, and all the time. A total score is calculated as the sum of all of the items in the scale. The Physical Health domain score ranges from 0 to 100, with lower scores reflective of better physical health.
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Adverse Event [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
    The number of participants experiencing at least one adverse event, including all non-serious and serious adverse events, are reported.
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Grade ≥3 Adverse Event [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
    The World Health Organization (WHO) toxicity grading scale was used for assessing adverse event severity. For adverse events that are not specifically listed in the WHO toxicity grading scale, a grade 3 adverse event is defined as: severe, marked limitation in activity, some assistance usually required, medical intervention or therapy required, hospitalization possible; and a grade 4 adverse event is defined as: life-threatening, extreme limitation in activity, significant assistance required, significant medical intervention or therapy required, hospitalization or hospice care probable.
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Adverse Event Leading to Withdrawal From Treatment [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Adverse Event of Local Injection Site Reaction [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
    Local adverse events that occurred within 24 hours after study drug administration and, in the investigator's opinion, were judged to be related to study drug injection, were captured as an "injection-site reaction" on the Adverse Event electronic Case Report Form (eCRF). An injection-related reaction that was localized was marked as a "local injection-site reaction."
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Adverse Event of Systemic Hypersensitivity, Anaphylaxis, or Anaphylactoid Reaction [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
    Systemic hypersensitivity, anaphylaxis, or anaphylactoid reactions were identified by the investigator using Sampson's criteria, as defined in the protocol. At the primary completion date, one participant had reported two non-serious adverse events (cough and abdominal pain) that were identified as a potential case based on a Standardised MedDRA Queries (SMQ) search for Sampson's criteria. However, after medical review of the case, it was confirmed that this case was not indicative of a systemic hypersensitivity, anaphylaxis, or anaphylactoid reaction.
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Adverse Event of Thromboembolic Event [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
  • Number of Participants With at Least One Adverse Event of Thrombotic Microangiopathy [ Time Frame: From Baseline up to 24 weeks after study drug discontinuation; the median (min-max) observation periods in Cohorts A, B, and C were 96.93 (36.1-188.1) weeks, 68.21 (56.7-129.4) weeks, and 69.43 (38.9-144.3) weeks, respectively. ]
  • Number of Participants Testing Negative or Positive for the Presence of Anti-Drug Antibodies (ADAs), Including Neutralizing ADAs, During the Study [ Time Frame: Predose (0 hour) at Weeks 1, 5, 17, 33, 49, 57; then every 12 weeks until study completion (up to 188 weeks) ]
    'Total ADA Negative' is the sum of all subjects who tested negative for ADA in the 2 following categories: 'ADA Negative', those who are pre-dose ADA negative or are missing pre-dose ADA data and who have all negative post-dose ADA results; and 'ADA Negative (Treatment Unaffected)', a subset who are pre-dose ADA positive but do not have a ≥4-fold increase in post-dose ADA levels compared to baseline measurement. 'Total ADA Positive' is the sum of all subjects who tested positive for ADA in the 2 following categories: 'ADA Positive (Treatment Boosted)', those who are pre-dose ADA positive and have a ≥4-fold increase in post-dose ADA levels compared to baseline measurement; and 'ADA Positive (Treatment Induced)', those who are pre-dose ADA negative or missing data and who have at least one post-dose ADA positive sample. ADA-positive samples were further analyzed for neutralizing capacity using a modified FVIII chromogenic assay; if also positive, they were considered neutralizing ADAs.
  • Number of Participants by Hematology Parameter Laboratory Test Results as a Shift From Baseline to Highest WHO Grade Post-Baseline [ Time Frame: From Baseline until study completion (up to 188 weeks) ]
    The World Health Organization (WHO) toxicity grading scale was used for determining the severity of laboratory abnormalities (i.e., test results outside of the reference range) for hematology parameters; Grade 0 is normal and Grades 1 to 4 represent worsening levels of the parameter outside of the normal range in the specified direction of the abnormality (high and low are above and below the range, respectively). Not every laboratory abnormality qualified as an adverse event (AE). A laboratory test result was reported as an AE if it met any of the following criteria: was accompanied by clinical symptoms; resulted in a change in study treatment; resulted in a medical intervention or a change in concomitant therapy; or was clinically significant in the investigator's judgment. Baseline was defined as the last available assessment prior to first receipt of study drug. Abs = absolute count
  • Number of Participants by Chemistry Parameter Laboratory Test Results as a Shift From Baseline to Highest WHO Grade Post-Baseline [ Time Frame: From Baseline until study completion (up to 188 weeks) ]
    The World Health Organization (WHO) toxicity grading scale was used for determining the severity of laboratory abnormalities (i.e., test results outside of the reference range) for chemistry parameters; Grade 0 is normal and Grades 1 to 4 represent worsening levels of the parameter outside of the normal range in the specified direction of the abnormality (high and low are above and below the range, respectively). Not every laboratory abnormality qualified as an adverse event (AE). A laboratory test result was reported as an AE if it met any of the following criteria: was accompanied by clinical symptoms; resulted in a change in study treatment; resulted in a medical intervention or a change in concomitant therapy; or was clinically significant in the investigator's judgment. Baseline was defined as the last available assessment prior to first receipt of study drug. SGOT/AST = aspartate aminotransferase; SGPT/ALT = alanine aminotransferase
  • Plasma Trough Concentration (Ctrough) of Emicizumab [ Time Frame: Predose (0 hour) at Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33, 37, 41, 49, 57, 69, 81, 93, 105, 117, 129, 141, 153, 165, and 177 ]
    Pre-dose (trough) plasma concentrations of emicizumab were analyzed using a validated enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The lower limit of quantitation was 0.1 micrograms per milliliter (μg/mL).
Original Secondary Outcome Measures  ICMJE
 (submitted: June 7, 2016)
  • Hemophilia-Specific Quality of Life Short Form (Haemo-QoL-SF) Questionnaire Score, as Completed by Participants 8 to 17 Years of Age [ Time Frame: Baseline; Weeks 13, 25, 37, 49, 57; then every 24 weeks until end of study (treatment period = 52 weeks, study duration = maximum 128 weeks) ]
  • Adapted Hemophilia-Specific Quality of Life for Patients with Inhibitors (Inhib-QoL) Questionnaire Score, as Completed by Caregivers [ Time Frame: Baseline; Weeks 13, 25, 37, 49, 57; then every 24 weeks until end of study (treatment period = 52 weeks, study duration = maximum 128 weeks) ]
Current Other Pre-specified Outcome Measures Not Provided
Original Other Pre-specified Outcome Measures Not Provided
 
Descriptive Information
Brief Title  ICMJE A Study of Emicizumab Administered Subcutaneously (SC) in Pediatric Participants With Hemophilia A and Factor VIII (FVIII) Inhibitors
Official Title  ICMJE A Multicenter, Open-Label, Phase III Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of Subcutaneous Administration of Emicizumab in Hemophilia A Pediatric Patients With Inhibitors
Brief Summary This non-randomized, multicenter, open-label, Phase III clinical study will evaluate the efficacy, safety, and pharmacokinetics of emicizumab administered subcutaneously initially once weekly (QW) in pediatric participants with hemophilia A with FVIII inhibitors. This study will open two additional non-randomized cohorts to investigate once every 2 weeks (Q2W) and once every 4 weeks (Q4W) regimens in pediatric participants.
Detailed Description Not Provided
Study Type  ICMJE Interventional
Study Phase  ICMJE Phase 3
Study Design  ICMJE Allocation: Non-Randomized
Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment
Masking: None (Open Label)
Primary Purpose: Treatment
Condition  ICMJE Hemophilia A
Intervention  ICMJE Drug: Emicizumab
Emicizumab will be administered as per the schedule specified in the respective arm.
Other Names:
  • Hemlibra
  • RO5534262
  • RG6013
  • ACE910
Study Arms  ICMJE
  • Experimental: Cohort A: 1.5 mg/kg Emicizumab QW
    Participants will receive emicizumab at a loading dose of 3 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) QW SC for the first 4 weeks followed by a maintenance dose of 1.5 mg/kg QW SC for a minimum of 52 weeks, or until unacceptable toxicity, discontinuation from the study due to any cause, or other criteria set forth in the protocol, whichever occurs first.
    Intervention: Drug: Emicizumab
  • Experimental: Cohort B: 3 mg/kg Emicizumab Q2W
    Participants will receive emicizumab at a loading dose of 3 mg/kg QW SC for the first 4 weeks followed by a maintenance dose of 3 mg/kg every 2 weeks (Q2W) SC for a minimum of 52 weeks, or until unacceptable toxicity, discontinuation from the study due to any cause, or other criteria set forth in the protocol, whichever occurs first.
    Intervention: Drug: Emicizumab
  • Experimental: Cohort C: 6 mg/kg Emicizumab Q4W
    Participants will receive emicizumab at a loading dose of 3 mg/kg QW SC for the first 4 weeks followed by a maintenance dose of 6 mg/kg every 4 weeks (Q4W) SC for a minimum of 52 weeks, or until unacceptable toxicity, discontinuation from the study due to any cause, or other criteria set forth in the protocol, whichever occurs first.
    Intervention: Drug: Emicizumab
Publications * Young G, Liesner R, Chang T, Sidonio R, Oldenburg J, Jiménez-Yuste V, Mahlangu J, Kruse-Jarres R, Wang M, Uguen M, Doral MY, Wright LY, Schmitt C, Levy GG, Shima M, Mancuso ME. A multicenter, open-label phase 3 study of emicizumab prophylaxis in children with hemophilia A with inhibitors. Blood. 2019 Dec 12;134(24):2127-2138. doi: 10.1182/blood.2019001869.

*   Includes publications given by the data provider as well as publications identified by ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier (NCT Number) in Medline.
 
Recruitment Information
Recruitment Status  ICMJE Completed
Actual Enrollment  ICMJE
 (submitted: January 16, 2018)
88
Original Estimated Enrollment  ICMJE
 (submitted: June 7, 2016)
40
Actual Study Completion Date  ICMJE November 11, 2020
Actual Primary Completion Date April 30, 2018   (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
Eligibility Criteria  ICMJE

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Children less than (<) 12 years of age, with allowance for participants 12 to 17 years of age who weigh <40 kilograms (kg) (Cohort A only); and participants <2 years of age will be allowed to participate only after the protocol-defined interim data review criteria are met (Cohort A only)
  • Diagnosis of congenital hemophilia A of any severity and documented history of high-titer inhibitor (that is [i.e.], greater than or equal to [>/=] 5 bethesda units [BU])
  • Requires treatment with bypassing agents
  • Adequate hematologic, hepatic, and renal function

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Inherited or acquired bleeding disorder other than hemophilia A
  • Ongoing (or planning to receive during the study) immune tolerance induction (ITI) therapy or prophylaxis treatment with FVIII
  • Previous (in the past 12 months) or current treatment for thromboembolic disease or signs of thromboembolic disease
  • Other disease that may increase risk of bleeding or thrombosis
  • History of clinically significant hypersensitivity associated with monoclonal antibody therapy or components of the emicizumab injection
  • Known infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or hepatitis B or C virus
  • Use of systemic immunomodulators at enrollment or planned use during the study period
  • Planned surgery (excluding minor procedures such as tooth extraction or incision and drainage) during the study
  • Inability (or unwillingness by caregiver) to receive (allow receipt of) blood or blood products (or any standard-of-care treatment for a life-threatening condition)
  • Participants who are at high risk for thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA) (e.g., have a previous medical or family history of TMA), in the investigator's judgement
Sex/Gender  ICMJE
Sexes Eligible for Study: All
Ages  ICMJE up to 17 Years   (Child)
Accepts Healthy Volunteers  ICMJE No
Contacts  ICMJE Contact information is only displayed when the study is recruiting subjects
Listed Location Countries  ICMJE Costa Rica,   France,   Germany,   Italy,   Japan,   South Africa,   Spain,   Turkey,   United Kingdom,   United States
Removed Location Countries  
 
Administrative Information
NCT Number  ICMJE NCT02795767
Other Study ID Numbers  ICMJE BH29992
2016-000073-21 ( EudraCT Number )
Has Data Monitoring Committee Yes
U.S. FDA-regulated Product
Studies a U.S. FDA-regulated Drug Product: Yes
Studies a U.S. FDA-regulated Device Product: No
IPD Sharing Statement  ICMJE
Plan to Share IPD: Yes
Plan Description:

Qualified researchers may request access to individual patient level data through the request platform (www.vivli.org). Further details on Roche's criteria for eligible studies are available here (https://vivli.org/ourmember/roche/).

For further details on Roche's Global Policy on Sharing of Clinical Study Information and how to request access to related clinical study documents, see here (https://www.roche.com/research_and_development/who_we_are_how_we_work/clinical_trials/our_commitment_to_data_sharing.htm).

Responsible Party Hoffmann-La Roche
Study Sponsor  ICMJE Hoffmann-La Roche
Collaborators  ICMJE Chugai Pharmaceutical
Investigators  ICMJE
Study Director: Clinical Trials Hoffmann-La Roche
PRS Account Hoffmann-La Roche
Verification Date May 2021

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