SARS CoV 2 Infection Clinical Trial
A Safety and Tolerability Study of Sotrovimab (VIR-7831) Prophylaxis Against COVID-19 Infection in Immunocompromised Individuals With Impaired SARS-CoV-2 Humoral Immunity
This is an open-label study examining the safety and tolerability of sotrovimab, administered in two sequential doses as prophylaxis in immunocompromised patients with impaired humoral immunity against SARS-CoV-2.
This open-label study evaluated the safety and tolerability of sotrovimab, administered in two sequential doses, as COVID-19 prophylaxis in immunocompromised patients with impaired humoral immunity against SARS-CoV-2. 93 patients were enrolled in this study, 10 patients in an initial lead-in PK cohort initially planned to determine the optimal dosing interval between the first and second dose of sotrovimab and assess the safety and tolerability of the drug (prior to the spread of the BA.2 variant, which made it necessary to administer the repeat sotrovimab dose earlier than originally anticipated, using theoretical modeling and logistical considerations), 50 patients (including the 10 patients in the lead-in PK cohort) in a safety and tolerability lead-in cohort to examine rates of infusion-related reactions (IRR) with a 30-minute sotrovimab IV infusion, and the remainder in an expansion cohort for further assessment of the safety and tolerability of sotrovimab in this patient population, with the sotrovimab infusion duration determined by the rate of IRRs in the 50-patient safety and tolerability lead-in cohort. The first treatment consisted of sotrovimab 500mg as an intravenous (IV) infusion over 30 minutes, followed by a one-hour monitoring period. The second treatment, administered in a time when BA.2 became the dominant SARS-CoV-2 variant, consisted of sotrovimab 2000mg as an intravenous (IV) infusion over 60 minutes, followed by a two-hour monitoring period in the first 10 patients administered this dose, who comprised a second lead-in safety cohort for this 2000mg dose, and a one-hour monitoring period in all patients subsequently receiving their second sotrovimab dose, maintaining this one-hour monitoring period as long as there were no grade >2 infusion-related reactions or other SAEs potentially related to the sotrovimab dose in this 2000mg dose lead-in safety cohort. ;
|Source||Brigham and Women's Hospital|
|Status||Active, not recruiting|
|Start date||February 7, 2022|
|Completion date||April 1, 2023|