About 80 % of CF patients develop chronic P. Aeruginosa lung infection and antibiotic resistance is a growing problem. ‘New classes of inhaled antibiotics needed CF patients with chronic P. Aeruginosa lung infection must be treated due to concerns for increased antimicrobial resistance, decreased efficacy and poor compliance / compatibility with the currently available agents,’said lead author of the research, Douglas Conrad, associate Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego.
Phase 3 trials are planned later in this year. ‘Positive results in Phase 3, and subsequent approval would have to treat CF clinicians with another important class of inhaled antibiotics for CF lung disease ‘begin, Dr. ‘prevention of exacerbations and preservation of lung function told very important to patients with chronic P. Aeruginosa lung infection and are based on of this study, similar results with similar results with MP-376 in phase 3 studies. MP-376 would provide the patients tolerated well with inhaled antimicrobial that can be taken twice a day with a misting of only 4-6 minutes, thus significantly lowering the treatment burden over currently available agents. ‘.‘.. It the first time FixxSure technological is becoming a big show are is shown be.
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