NUEDEXTA substantially reduced PBA episode rates in a 12-week clinical trial as early as Week 1a,17

Pivotal trial: Mean weekly PBA episode decrease (%) from baseline

Pivotal trial: Mean weekly episode decrease (%) from baseline
Pivotal Trial Chart Data
 
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Complete episode remission was achieved by 51% of patients receiving NUEDEXTA vs 29% receiving placebob,32

Study Description
 

12-week, randomized, placebo-controlled study in 326 patients with ALS (n=197) or MS (n=129) and clinically significant PBA. Patients received NUEDEXTA (n=107), placebo (n=109), or dextromethorphan 30 mg/quinidine 10 mg (n=110 [unapproved dose, not shown]) twice daily (once daily in Week 1). Mean weekly episode rate reduction was a post-hoc analysis of the primary endpoint.32

49% cumulative PBA daily episode rate reduction over placebo over the course of the 12-week trial (P<0.001; primary endpoint)17

82% mean PBA episode reduction receiving NUEDEXTA in Week 12 vs 45% receiving placebo17

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aStudy was performed in 326 patients with ALS or MS and clinically significant PBA. Patients received NUEDEXTA, placebo, or dextromethorphan 30 mg/quinidine 10 mg (DM/Q 30 mg/10 mg) twice daily (once daily in Week 1). DM/Q 30 mg/10mg is not an FDA-approved dose and results are not shown.
bRemission was a secondary outcome. Remission was defined as the absence of PBA episodes during the patient’s final 14 days of the 12-week study.32