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In AML exhibiting the 28 monosomal karyotype order requip 1 mg visa medications to avoid during pregnancy, so the majority are already categorized in genotype NPM1-mut/FLT3-ITDneg two reports from cooperative the very-poor-risk group generic requip 0.5 mg symptoms weight loss. However, if a CR is achieved, allo-HSCT study groups showed a negative impact of cooperating IDH1/2 33,34 should be offered if possible. Futures studies will be needed to mutations on relapse-free survival and OS. In contrast, Patel et determine whether maintenance therapy, such as therapy with al reported on a favorable impact of the genotype NPM1-mut/FLT3- 25 hypomethylating or other novel agents, may improve survival of ITDneg only if cooperating IDH1/2 mutations were present. Such those patients who are unable to proceed to allo-HSCT. Unfortu- opposed effects of genotypes on outcome highlights statistical nately, a large number of older AML patients tend to have poor-risk shortcomings of retrospective molecular studies. Future studies in this patient population are imperative. Further conflicting results have been reported on the prognostic value of TET2 mutations in AML with NPM1-mut/FLT3-ITDneg or 35,36 Prognostication in first relapse CEBPAdm. Metzeler et al demonstrated that in ELN favorable-risk Approximately half of younger patients and 90% of older patients patients with CN-AML who have a CEBPAdm and or NPM1mut/FLT3- 36 relapse and these relapses often appear to be associated with clonal ITDneg, TET2 mutated patients did poorly on all survival end points. Whole-genome sequencing studies by Ding et al In that analysis, TET2 mutations were significantly more frequent in have offered insights into the pathogenesis of relapse and demon- older compared with younger patients. Although multivariable analysis strated that the founding clone in the primary AML gains mutations revealed an independent impact of TET2 mutations, age may be an and evolves into the relapse clone and a subclone of the founding important confounding factor. This is supported by the report from clone survives initial therapy, gains additional mutations, and Gaidzik et al focusing on a large cohort of homogeneously treated 39 35 expands at relapse. In both scenarios, it may be helpful for the younger adults. In that study, TET2 mutations had no prognostic clinician to know the genetic background of the disease at relapse. Younger patients, is limited; in older patients, a confirmatory study of the results adults (age 16-49 years) who relapsed after intensive consolidation from Metzeler et al is needed. DNMT3A has been found to be mutated frequently in AML with Based on these data, the current practice to postpone allo-HSCT in normal karyotype (30%-35%). Marcucci et al years and therefore the results cannot be generalized. In addition, reported on a differential prognostic effect of DNMT3A mutations in clonal evolution may influence the probability of achieving a second older versus younger patients according to the affected codon; older CR, which has been exemplarily shown by Kro¨nke et al in AML patients with DNMT3A mutations in codon R882 in exon 23 had an with NPM1 mutations. Two-thirds of the patients with persistent NPM1 mutation 328 American Society of Hematology achieved a second CR, whereas none of the 5 patients who lost 4. These data show clearly that center, randomized, open-label, phase III trial of decitabine the second CR rate decreases by 25% to 30% compared with first versus patient choice, with physician advice, of either support- CR rate even if the main genotype (ie, mutated NPM1) remains ive care or low-dose cytarabine for the treatment of older stable. From a clinical point of view, it would be very helpful to know the 5. Front-line treatment rate of second CR after intensive chemotherapy or alternatively after of acute promyelocytic leukemia with AIDA induction fol- tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy as a single agent43 based on the lowed by risk-adapted consolidation for adults younger than 61 molecular profile at relapse. Retinoic acid and Progress in deciphering the molecular pathogenesis of AML and the arsenic trioxide for acute promyelocytic leukemia. New Engl identification of the genetic determinants of response to treatment J Med. Acute myeloid clinical decision making has been increasing in recent years. After leukemia with recurrent genetic abnormalities. In: Swerdlow S, the successful implementation of a fast molecular screening within Campo E, Harris NL, eds. WHO Classification of Tumors of 48 hours for FLT3-ITD, FLT3-TKD, and the fusion genes in Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues.

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Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug buy 0.5mg requip overnight delivery medicine urinary tract infection, dose requip 0.25 mg visa sewage treatment, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Morgan Rabeprazole 20mg/day Rabeprazole 20mg/day for 4 Mean age: 48 years Male and females aged 25-65 2007 (COT) weeks than 20mg on-demand 48% male years, with > 3 months history (ODT) 96% Caucasian of GERD, with hearburn as the predominant symptom, on continuous PPI therapy > 1 month with adequeate heartburn control and < 3 days of hearburn with < 1 episode rated as moderate and hearburn rated satisfactorily or completely controlled during the last week of the acute phase. Proton pump inhibitors Page 239 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Esophagitis Grade (Grading Criteria), or Number Screened, Eligible, Enrolled, Year other measures of symptom severity Withdrawn, Lost to Followup, Analyzed Study duration Results Morgan Daily diary of symptom severity NR/331/268/26/8/234 6 months COT vs ODT 2007 Quality of life questionnaire Heartburn free days: 90% vs 65% (p<0. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Morgan 7 patients reported 9 Janssen-Ortho Inc 2007 events No significant difference between groups COT vs ODT Sinusitis: <3% vs 6. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Scholten Pantoprazole 20mg/day on- Pantoprazole 40mg/day on- Mean age: 52. Proton pump inhibitors Page 242 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Esophagitis Grade (Grading Criteria), or Number Screened, Eligible, Enrolled, Year other measures of symptom severity Withdrawn, Lost to Followup, Analyzed Study duration Results Scholten Patient diary 634/548/548/NR/NR/543 24 weeks P20 vs P40 vs Pla 2005 Perceived average symptom load: 2. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Scholten 36% reported AEs ALTANA Pharma AG, 2005 Only 5% were deemed Konstanz, Germany related to drug Proton pump inhibitors Page 244 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Sjöstedt Esomeprazole 20mg/day Esomeprazole 20mg/day on- Mean age: 55 years (range: Patients > 18 years, with 2005 demand 20-87 years) erosive reflux oesophagitis of 61% male LA grades A-D, history of Ethnicity: NR hearburn episodes over > 6 months and > 4 days with hearburn episodes during the week prior to visit 1. Proton pump inhibitors Page 245 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Esophagitis Grade (Grading Criteria), or Number Screened, Eligible, Enrolled, Year other measures of symptom severity Withdrawn, Lost to Followup, Analyzed Study duration Results Sjöstedt Endoscopic remission NR/539/477/107/NR/370 6 months Daily vs On-demand 2005 In remission at 6 months: 81% vs 58% Symptomatic relapses: 12 (5%) vs 13 (5. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Sjöstedt Daily vs On-demand NR, but 2005 Nasopharyngitis: 1. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Annibale Omeprazole 20mg/day Ranitidine 150mg/day Mean age: 49 years Patients aged 18-75 years 1998 64% males with eroseive or ulcerative Ethnicity: NR esophagitis, grade 2 or 3. Proton pump inhibitors Page 248 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Esophagitis Grade (Grading Criteria), or Number Screened, Eligible, Enrolled, Year other measures of symptom severity Withdrawn, Lost to Followup, Analyzed Study duration Results Annibale Macrosopic appearance of the esophageal 231/223/217/18/13/217 6 months O20 vs R150 1998 mucosa was scored from 0 to 4 according to the following scale: Overall symptom remision at 6 0=normal esophageal mucosa; months 1=erythema or diffusely red mucosa, Abstent: 54. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Annibale 4 patients reported AEs Schering-Plough 1998 (loss of libido, headache, itching, and leg erythema) Proton pump inhibitors Page 250 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Houcke Lansoprazole 30mg every Lansoprazole 15mg/day Mean age: 55. Proton pump inhibitors Page 251 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Esophagitis Grade (Grading Criteria), or Number Screened, Eligible, Enrolled, Year other measures of symptom severity Withdrawn, Lost to Followup, Analyzed Study duration Results Houcke Endoscopi relapse of oesophagitis was NR/NR/52/10/5/52 6 months L30 vs L15 2000 primary outcome, defined by an oesophagitis greater than or equal to Endsoscopic relapse at 6 months: grade II or symptomatic relapse defined as 36% vs 25. An aggravation of hearburn and functional handicap was noted in L30 (p<0. Proton pump inhibitors Page 252 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Houcke 8 patients had 9 AEs NR 2000 (only 1 was noted to be related to study drug) Proton pump inhibitors Page 253 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Vakil Esomeprazole 40mg/day Esomeprazole 20mg/day or Mean age: 44. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Vakil E40 vs E20 vs E10 vs NR, but one author is 2001 Pla employee of AstraZeneca Patients with >1 AE: 31. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Talley Esomeprazole 40mg on- Esomeprazole 20mg on- Mean age: 48. Proton pump inhibitors Page 257 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Esophagitis Grade (Grading Criteria), or Number Screened, Eligible, Enrolled, Year other measures of symptom severity Withdrawn, Lost to Followup, Analyzed Study duration Results Talley Assessments included: NR/NR/721/177/26/721 6 months E40 vs E20 vs Plac 2002a -heartburn frequency -heartburn severity Unwilling to continue -severity of other GORD symptoms General: 11. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Author Withdrawals Due to Year Adverse Events Funding source Talley E40 vs E20 vs Pla NR 2002a Withdrawals due to AEs: 2. Standard dose compared with low dose proton pump inhibitor Intervention treatment Comparison treatment Author strategy (drug, dose, strategy (drug, dose, Baseline demographics Year duration) duration) (age, sex, race/ethnicity) Eligibility criteria Talley Pantoprazole 20mg/day Ranitidine 150mg twice a day Mean age: 52. Proton pump inhibitors Page 260 of 304 Final Report Update 5 Drug Effectiveness Review Project Evidence Table 13. Of all individuals over age 65 years, an estimated 6% to 8% have AD or another form of dementia and this rate exceeds 30% at age 85 years and older. Although different estimates vary, roughly half of all AD patients are in the early or mild disease stage and the other half are in the moderate to 4 severe range of severity.