FDA Panel To Discuss “Breakpoint” Changes For Systemic Antibiotics
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Anti-Infective Drugs Advisory Committee will meet Oct. 17 to discuss whether and when it is appropriate to base susceptibility test interpretive criteria on the highest or lowest approved dose of a drug, or whether labeling should reflect breakpoints specific to each approved dosing regimen and indication.
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