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Researchers ID potential patient population who may benefit from novel anti-platelet treatment
Date:10/25/2012

versus clopidogrel and the benefits to patients who were randomized to placebo within 10 days of a cardiovascular event, either unstable angina or a specific type of heart attack called a Non ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction. Angiography was not required, but if performed, had to be done before randomization, and evidence of coronary disease had to be seen. Researchers report that overall, prasugrel did not show significant reduction in cardiovascular events among patients managed medically for ACS. However, researchers report that when treated with prasugrel compared to clopidogrel, patients triaged to medical therapy following angiography tended to have lower rates of the combined endpoint of cardiovascular disease, heart attack, or stroke, but higher rates of bleeding.

"This sub-study of the TRILOGY ACS trial suggests that certain patients may experience a greater advantage with a more potent anti-platelet therapy for a longer duration compared with other trials," said E. Magnus Ohman, MD, a professor of Medicine at Duke Medicine and Chairman of the TRILOGY ACS study. "This is just one insight from the broader trial data, which suggested benefit reducing multiple cardiac events, when used for up to 30 months. We are pleased that the TRILOGY ACS trial is providing this wealth of new information that will help shape how ACS patients are managed without artery-opening procedures."

"There seems to be a benefit here, and while more research is needed, our results are consistent with previous research and they suggest that when coronary disease is confirmed by angiography, the benefit and risks of intensive anti-platelet therapy exist whether medical therapy is elected or PCI is performed," Dr. Wiviott said.
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Contact: Lori J. Schroth
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Brigham and Women's Hospital
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