Last updated on December 2018

An Efficacy and Safety Study of APX001 in Non-Neutropenic Patients With Candidemia


Brief description of study

This is a multicenter, open-label, non-comparative, single-arm study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of APX001 for the first-line treatment for candidemia including suspected or confirmed antifungal-resistant candidemia in non-neutropenic patients 18 to 80 years of age (inclusive).

Suspicion of antifungal-resistant candidemia is sufficient (documented resistance is not required for enrollment). The Study Drug Treatment Period of APX001 will be a maximum of 14 days. After completion of 14 days study drug therapy, if further antifungal treatment is indicated to complete treatment of candidemia in accordance with standard practice guidelines, fluconazole (unless susceptibility results warrant alternative antifungal therapy) may commence for up to a further 7 days. There will be a Follow up Period of 4 weeks (+4 days) after EOT. The total duration of participation in the study is up to approximately 7.5 weeks.

This study will be conducted at approximately 20 sites in the United States and globally.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03604705

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Dr. Patrick Biston

CHU de Charleroi - Hopital Civil Marie Curie
Lodelinsart, Belgium
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Recruitment Status: Open


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