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AB0524 Biological agents survival comparisons among different rheumatic disease - brazilian register of biological agents in rheumatic diseases - biobadabrasil
  1. B. Fafá1,
  2. V. Valim1,
  3. P. Peçanha1,
  4. I. Laurindo2,
  5. A. Ranzolin3,
  6. A. Hayata4,
  7. Â. Duarte3,
  8. C. Brenol5,
  9. H. Carvalho6,
  10. G. C. Pinheiro7,
  11. I. Silveira8,
  12. I. A. Pereira9,
  13. I. Costa10,
  14. J. Macieira11,
  15. J. R. Miranda12,
  16. J. C. Moraes2,
  17. L. S. G. Barbosa13,
  18. M. Bértolo14,
  19. M. Sauma15,
  20. M. Silva16,
  21. M. Freire17,
  22. M. Scheinberg18,
  23. P. L. Júnior19,
  24. R. Toledo20,
  25. R. Ranza21,
  26. S. Oliveira22,
  27. V. Fernandes23,
  28. W. Bianchi24,
  29. D. Titton25,
  30. Biobada Brasil
  1. 1UFES, Vitória
  2. 2USP, São Paulo
  3. 3UFPE, Recife
  4. 4CRO, Osasco
  5. 5HCPA, Porto Alegre
  6. 6HBDF, Brasilia
  7. 7UERJ, Rio de Janeiro
  8. 8PUC, Porto Alegre
  9. 9UFSC, Florianópolis
  10. 10UFMS, Campo Grande
  11. 11UFS, Aracaju
  12. 12ARTROCENTER, Taubaté
  13. 13UFMT, Cuiabá
  14. 14UNICAMP, Campinas
  15. 15UFPA, Belém
  16. 16HUE, Curitiba
  17. 17UFTM, Uberaba
  18. 18AACD, São Paulo
  19. 19USP, Ribeirão Preto
  20. 20FUNFARP, São José do Rio Preto
  21. 21UFU, Uberlândia
  22. 22IPPMG, Rio de Janeiro
  23. 23HGU, Cuiabá
  24. 24SCM, Rio de Janeiro
  25. 25UFP, Curitiba, Brazil

Abstract

Background Treatment survival of biological agents can be influenced by many factores. It seems to be different between different rheumatic disease.

Objectives To compare the biological treatment survival of the different rheumatic disease to analyze the main causes of treatment discontinuation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) from the Brazilian Registry – BIOBADABRASIL.

Methods Cohort from Brazilian Society Registry of Biological Therapy in Rheumatic Diseases (BIOBADABRASIL)including 2191 patients, including 1266 (57%) rheumatoid arthritis (RA), 678 (29.5%) spondyloarthritis 247 (12.5%) with others rheumatic disease in use of their first biological agent. They were analyzed at baseline up to 4 years(2008-2012). Sex, age, disease duration, co-morbidities and concomitant treatments at baseline were recorded. Kaplan-Meier estimates, Chi-square, Kruskal-Wallis and Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney tests, Cox regression analysis were applied when appropriate.

Results Of the 2191 studied patients, 65,7% were women, 47,98 ± 13,85 yrs, 47,98 ± 13,85 months of disease duration; 9.5% were smokers; 6.8% had diabetes, 7.8% had hypercholesterolemia. DMARDs at baseline were observed in 77.9% of the patients, 63.9% received methotrexate, 57%, steroids. Regarding biological agents 44.7% (N=979) received infliximab (IFX), 25.7% (N=562) adalimumab (ADA), 21% (N= 460) etanercept (ETA), 4,1% (N=90) rituximabe (RTX), 2.5% (N=55) tocilizumab (TCZ), 2.1% (N= 45) abatacept (ABA). Retention rate of biological agents was 72.7% of total sample and 72% for patients receiving anti TNF agentes. Survival treatment for Spondyloarthritis patients (41.45 ± 0.5; CI= 40.34 – 42.57) was higher (p≤ 0,001) compared to RA (37.45 ± 0.46; CI= 36.47 – 38.44) or to other rheumatic disease (39.58 ± 0.98; CI= 37.49 – 41.66). The main cause of disruption was inefficacy (N=277; 46,1%) followed by adverse events (N= 225; 37.4%) and others (N= 99; 16.5%).

Conclusions Results showed a good anti-TNF survival since 70% continued treatment. Despite being a developing country, the primary cause of interruption was inefficacy and not adverse events. Patients with spondyloarthritis showed better survival for biological therapy.

Acknowledgements Biobadaser; Others Biobadabrasil investigators (Fabiana Britto Goulart, Luís Sérgio Guedes Barbosa, Willian Chahade, Antonio Carlos Ximenes, Marcelo Pinheiro, Mailze Campos Bezerra, José Eduardo Martinez, Mária Fátima Lobato Sauma, Flávio Sztajnbok, Gláucio r. Werner de Castro, Nilzio Antonio da Silvaa, Adriana Maria Kakehasi, Helena Lúcia Alves Pereira, Márcia Bandeira, Mário Newton Azevedo, Cristina Ellert Salomão, Cesar Baaklini, Walber Vieira).

Disclosure of Interest None Declared

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