Table 1.

Proportion of patient- and HCP-reported GI-ADRs attributed to ETN and ADA.

PatientsProportion for ETNTop 3Proportion for ADATop 3p-value*
DBM
(n=755; 415 ETN, 358 ADA)
6.3%
(26 pt)
1. Nausea: 6
2. Diarrhea: 5
3. Abdominal pain: 5
5.9%
(21 pt)
1. Nausea: 8
2. diarrhea: 3
3. Oral aphthous ulcer: 2
0.9
Registries
(n=1,343; 804 ETN, 796 ADA)
1.6%
(13 pt)
1. diarrhoea: 6
2. Nausea: 2
3. Abdominal pain: 2
3.4%
(25 pt)
1. Nausea: 7
2. Abdominal pain: 6
3. Diarrhoea: 5
0.049
  • *Differences between ETN and ADA were tested using Fisher’s exact