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Monoclonal antibodies under EUA

  • 1.  Monoclonal antibodies under EUA

    Posted 12-06-2020 09:36
    Our institution is actively considering the use of the monoclonal antibodies that have received emergency use authorization from the FDA (casirivimab+iimdevimab and/or bamlanivimab). While we have chosen not to plan use for the general population, we'd like to consider use for high-risk populations. Do any other institutions have such policies in place?

    Thanks,
    Brandon Hayes-Lattin

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    Brandon Hayes-Lattin MD
    Oregon Health & Science Univ
    Portland OR
    (503) 494-8534
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  • 2.  RE: Monoclonal antibodies under EUA

    Posted 12-07-2020 06:56
    Yes. We set up a pharmacy and therapeutics review specific for COVID-19 related therapies. We review data and develop access/use criteria. We adopted criteria for use in immunocompromised including solid organ and stem cell transplant.
    Dianna Howard

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  • 3.  RE: Monoclonal antibodies under EUA

    Posted 12-09-2020 19:22
    Would you be willing to share that work and criteria? We are struggling a bit to convince our center's leadership to pursue this. Thanks!
    BHL
    hayeslat@ohsu.edu

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    Brandon Hayes-Lattin MD
    Oregon Health & Science Univ
    Portland OR
    (503) 494-8534
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  • 4.  RE: Monoclonal antibodies under EUA

    Posted 12-10-2020 14:30
    Hi Brandon,  email me at dhoward@wakehealth.edu and I will share what we have.
    Dianna Howard
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    Dianna Howard MD
    Director, SCTCT Program
    Wake Forest Comprehensive Cancer Center
    Clemmons NC
    336-716-7972
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