STL Index for: Adalimumab
Bimekizumab is a novel treatment for moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis that has shown promising efficacy and safety in clinical trials. By simultaneously targeting two components of the IL-17 pathway, IL-17A and IL-17F, the biologic can downregulate proinflammatory signaling and rapidly improve patients’ skin.
This update covers: Guselkumab SC use (Tremfya®), Adalimumab-fkjp SC use (Hulio®), Collagenase clostridium histolyticum-aaes SC use (Qwo™), Protein replacement therapy for XLHED (ER-004), Pembrolizumab IV use (Keytruda®), Minocycline 1.5% foam (Zilxi™), Microbiome-based non-aqueous ointment (ATR-12), Dupilumab SC use (Dupixent®) and Selumetinib capsules (Koselugo™)
The addition of biologics that target IL-23p19 (Risankizumab) to our therapeutic armamentarium has succeeded in improving outcomes in patients with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis.
This update covers Lebrikizumab SC injection (Dermira), Infliximab-axxq for IV injection (Avsola™, Amgen), Trifarotene cream 50 mcg/g (Aklief®, Galderma), Adalimumab-afzb for SC injection (Abrilada™, Pfizer), Lidocaine + tetracaine (7%/7%) local anesthetic cream (Pliaglis®, Crescita Therapeutics), Maralixibat oral solution (Mirum Pharmaceuticals), Cetirizine hydrochloride for IV injection (Quzyttir™, TerSera Therapeutics) and Minocycline foam 4% (Amzeeq™, Foamix)
The latest drug & device update covers: Adalimumab-bwwd for SC injection (Hadlima™), Apremilast tablets (Otezla®), Calcipotriene + betamethasone dipropionate (Enstilar® foam Taclonex® topical suspension), Bempegaldesleukin + nivolumab for IV use (NKTR-214 + Opdivo®), Dupilumab for SC injection (Dupixent®), Magnetic muscle stimulation for body contouring (CoolTone™), Laser device for body contouring (eon™ FR).
Update on Dalbavancin hydrochloride for IV infusion (Xydalba™), Omadacycline for IV and oral use (Nuzyra™), Tildrakizumab-asmn for SC injection (Ilumya™), Adalimumab-adaz for SC injection (Hyrimoz™) and other new drugs and treatments.
A look back at skin treatments introduced in 2017 for the following type/class of therapy: Antibiotic agents, anti-cancer agents, atopic dermatitis, dermal fillers, fabry disease, hereditary angioedema, herpes zoster, hidradenitis suppurativa, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, rosacea...
November-December 2017 Update on drugs includes Adalimumab-adbm for SC injection Cyltezo™, Adalimumab biosimilar Imraldi®, Cemiplimab REGN2810, Oral migalastat Galafold™, and Secnidazole oral granules Solosec™
Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) potentially impact the clinician's ability to manage patients with immunosuppressive medications such as biological therapy. In light of recent literature reviews, patients with HBV and HCV should be referred to a hepatologist.
Update on Dupilumab for SC injection Dupixent®, Dupilumab for SC injection, Avelumab for IV injection Bavencio®, Hyaluronic acidbased injectable dermal filler Juvéderm®, Biosimilar to adalimumab for SC injection Amgevita™ Vollure™ XC, Adalimumab for SC injection Humira®, and Amgevita™.
Tofacitinib is an oral immunosuppressant approved for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and is currently undergoing investigation (Phase III trials) for treating chronic plaque psoriasis.
Psoriasis is thought to arise from a combination of pathogenic factors including genetic susceptibility and environmental exacerbation. This article reviews the current status of guselkumab as a therapy for moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis.
In this review, we summarize the most common immunosuppressant medications currently used in dermatology, and provide recommendations for infection screening prior to initiating treatment.
Update on drugs, approval dates, and comments. Brodalumab for SC injection (Lumicef®), Etanercept-szzs for SC injection (Amjevita™), Propranolol hydrochloride oral solution 3.75 mg/ml (Hemangiol®), Calcipotriol 50 mcg/g + betamethasone dipropionate 0.5 mg/g foam (Enstilar®) are covered.
Adalimumab (Humira®) is a novel therapy approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, Health Canada, and the European Commission for the treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa (HS). Discussion includes, safety and efficacy in clinical trials.
Update on (Beteflam™), Human papillomavirus (HPV) 9-valent vaccine, recombinant (Gardasil®9), (Imlygic®), Pembrolizumab IV injection (Keytruda®), Adalimumab SC injection (Humira®), Secukinumab SC injection (Cosentyx®), Ustekinumab SC injection (Stelara®), and Nivolumab + ipilimumab (Opdivo® + Yervoy®).
Update on Polidocanol 1% injectable foam (Varithena®), Cobimetinib + vemurafenib (Cotellic™ + Zelboraf®), Adalimumab SC injection (Humira®), Hyaluronic acid filler (Juvederm® Ultra XC), Nivolumab + ipilimumab (Opdivo® + Yervoy®), Ingenol mebutate gel (Picato®)
Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic disease of the follicular unit that often leads to marked impairment of quality of life. This article reviews various treatment modalities for HS including laser, surgery, retinoids, immunosuppression, biologics, and antibiotics.
The scalp is involved in up to 80% of individuals with psoriasis. Topical treatment with corticosteroids with or without vitamin D3 analogues is the mainstay of treatment, but other therapies such as light treatment and systemic drugs including biologics are discussed.
In the past three decades, major advances have been made in understanding the pathogenesis of psoriasis. This review focuses on the role of IL-23 in psoriasis pathogenesis and the current therapies targeting IL-23 that are being studied in clinical trials.
The exact role of biologics in the treatment of pediatric psoriasis remains undefined but evolving. This article will provide a summary of the cumulative pediatric safety and efficacy data for the anti-tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) agents and interleukin (IL)-12 and IL-23 (IL12/23) pathway inhibitor.
Biologic compounds are being used more frequently to treat a multitude of systemic inflammatory conditions. This article discusses the increased risk of opportunistic infections of tuberculosis, herpes zoster, Legionella pneumophila, and Listeria monocytogenes.
Biologics plays an important role in treating moderate to severe psoriasis. This article looks at combination treatment with traditional systemics and topicals, and the possible benefits of this approach.
An overview and update of skin conditions and treatments introduced in 2010: Quick overview of drug name, indications and regulatory status. Adapalene 0.1% lotion (Differin®), Clindamycin phosphate 1.2% + tretinoin 0.025% gel (Veltin™) and many other drugs are covered.
Drug Treatments for Skin Disease Introduced in 2010. Adapalene 0.1% lotion (Differin®), Drospirenone / ethinyl estradiol / levomefolate calcium + levomefolate calcium tablets (Beyaz™) and many other drugs are covered.
Treatments introduced in 2007 including Adapalene Gel 0.3% Differin®, Drospirenone/ Ethinyl Estradiol Yaz®, Tretinoin 0.05% Gel Anthralin®, Daptomycin for Injection CUBICIN®, Retapamulin Ointment 1% Altabax®, Tinidazole Tablets Tindamax® and other treatments.
To date, the US FDA has approved three tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-a inhibitors for use in dermatology. The distinct and targeted mechanism of action of the TNF inhibitors allows dermatologists to customize therapy to match the individual needs and characteristics of patients who are candidates for systemic therapy.
An overview and update of skin conditions and treatments introduced in 2006: Quick overview of drug name, indications and regulatory status
Moderate-to-severe psoriasis is known to affect millions of people around the globe. This chronic disease substantially impacts patients by impairing their quality of life. The biologics are the newest and most effective therapeutic weapon in the treatment of moderate-to-severe psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.