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US FDA's advisors produce tie vote on bupivacaine extended-release solution for post-surgical analgesia; proponents valued its potential to to cut opioid use, while opponents questioned its efficacy.
Advisory committee votes 24-2 against approval of Intellipharmaceutics’ Aximris XR due to concerns the extended-release oxycodone formulation may be more susceptible to intranasal abuse than existing products; Esteve fares better with its tramadol/celecoxib combination, securing a tie vote on approval for acute pain.
But more data on abuse potential and efficacy could offer path for forward for oxycodegol even after the FDA product-specific advisory committee meeting for an opioid analgesic in more than a year goes very badly for the sponsor.
How to score adverse events for Durect's surgical pain treatment could determine whether US FDA advisory committee recommends bupivacaine extended-release solution; agency questions whether Posimir's formulation may cause neurological adverse events.
Although abuse by intravenous route is expected to be deterred compared to immediate-release oxycodone, neither nasal nor oral abuse deterrence was demonstrated in two new human abuse potential studies, agency concludes; product has a new formulation and a new name, Aximris XR, since a 2017 AdComm.
Nektar's novel opioid oxycodegol will be the first opioid analgesic taken up by an advisory committee in more than a year after the agency spent 2019 reevaluating its regulatory paradigm.
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