Real-World Evidence Fails Another Test At US FDA
Correvio’s attempt to move vernakalant from 'clinical hold' to 'FDA approved' was a huge long shot. But the advisory committee vote – and looming FDA rejection – are another indication that real-world data is not a panacea.
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Brinavess Rejected By Advisory Cmte., Leaving US FDA To Mull Lifting Clinical Hold On Correvio's AFib Drug
Cardiovascular and Renal Drugs Advisory Committee voted 11-2 against approval for Correvio's atrial fibrillation drug Brinavess over cardiovascular safety concerns; the agency would have to lift the long-standing clinical hold on the drug before the company can do any further study in humans.
Correvio's atrial fibrillation drug Brinavess will return to a US FDA advisory committee more than a decade after the agency first declined to approve the drug; FDA still has a series of cardiovascular safety concerns related to the drug and is not convinced by data from the European experience.