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This study will evaluate if patients who had a serious cardiovascular event upon initiation of fingolimod are at risk to delevop long term other cardiovascular events


Clinical Trial Description

This was a multi-national, long-term safety study. Patients enrolled in study FTY720D2406 who experienced a cardiovascular event within 24-hours of fingolimod treatment initiation which led to overnight monitoring or met serious adverse event criteria, were eligible to participate in this study. Patients who experienced a qualifying event in study CFTY720D2406 started study CFTY720D2409 approximately 6 months after the occurrence of the CFTY720D2406 qualifying event. Patients underwent mandatory assessments on a 6-monthly basis including 12-lead ECG, vital signs. Other assessments were performed as per routine practice. The primary objective of the study was to estimate the long-term cardiovascular risk of fingolimod in patients who experienced a cardiovascular event during treatment initiation. The study has no stand-alone secondary objective. However data from the CFTY720D2409 and CFTY720D2406 studies will be pooled to supplement CFTY720DD2406 study and support its primary and secondary objectives of evaluating the safety profile of fingolimod. The pooled data will be appended to this result upon completion of FDA submission. ;


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NCT number NCT02232061
Study type Interventional
Source Novartis
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Status Completed
Phase Phase 4
Start date September 29, 2014
Completion date January 24, 2020

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