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Effects of treatment with eluxadoline on abdominal pain in patients with IBS-D: Additional post hoc analyses of Phase 3 trials

By AGE2B team
November 4, 2021
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Main idea: Despite small effect sizes, eluxadoline demonstrated consistent and sustained improvement in WAP compared to placebo across a range of prospective and post hoc analyses. Assessing WAP response across a range of measures is important for fully understanding a treatment’s efficacy.

Abstract

Recurring abdominal pain is a characteristic and often unpredictable and debilitating symptom of irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhea (IBS-D). Measuring the effects of IBS-D treatments on abdominal pain remains a significant challenge in clinical trials. Here, we aimed to examine the effect of eluxadoline through various post hoc analyses.

Of 1615 patients with IBS-D (66% female, mean age 46 years), 806 received eluxadoline and 809 received placebo; 48.3% and 44.0% were WAP responders (≥30% improvement), respectively. When the response threshold was increased to 50% daily WAP improvement from baseline, a significantly greater percentage of eluxadoline-treated patients versus placebo-treated patients were WAP responders. At week 26, average WAP changes from baseline were -3.4 and -3.0 points, respectively.

Source Wiley Online Library

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