Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7: confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes

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Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7 : confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes. / Detre, Elke; Thomsen, Morten Bækgaard; Beekman, Jet D; Petersen, Karl-Uwe; Vos, Marc A.

I: British Journal of Pharmacology, Bind 145, Nr. 3, 06.2005, s. 397-404.

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Detre, E, Thomsen, MB, Beekman, JD, Petersen, K-U & Vos, MA 2005, 'Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7: confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes', British Journal of Pharmacology, bind 145, nr. 3, s. 397-404. https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bjp.0706203

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Detre, E., Thomsen, M. B., Beekman, J. D., Petersen, K-U., & Vos, M. A. (2005). Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7: confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes. British Journal of Pharmacology, 145(3), 397-404. https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bjp.0706203

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Detre E, Thomsen MB, Beekman JD, Petersen K-U, Vos MA. Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7: confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes. British Journal of Pharmacology. 2005 jun;145(3):397-404. https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bjp.0706203

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Detre, Elke ; Thomsen, Morten Bækgaard ; Beekman, Jet D ; Petersen, Karl-Uwe ; Vos, Marc A. / Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7 : confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes. I: British Journal of Pharmacology. 2005 ; Bind 145, Nr. 3. s. 397-404.

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title = "Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS-7: confirming the relevance of short-term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug-induced torsades de pointes",
abstract = "1 The rate of infusion has been suggested to be important for drug-induced torsades de pointes (TdP) arrhythmias. We investigated the repolarisation-prolonging effects and proarrhythmic properties of NS-7, a neuroprotective drug in development, using two different infusion rates. 2 A fast (5 min intravenously (i.v.)) escalating dosing regimen (0.3 and 3.0 mg kg(-1), n=4) of NS-7 was investigated in anaesthetised control dogs in sinus rhythm (SR). This was compared to a slow infusion (60 min i.v.) of one dose (3.0 mg kg(-1), n=4) NS-7. The similar dosing regimens were investigated in anaesthetised dogs with chronic, complete AV block (CAVB), an animal model of TdP (n=6). 3 No electrophysiological effects were seen after 0.3 mg kg(-1) NS-7. Fast infusion of 3.0 mg kg(-1) caused prolongation of repolarisation, for example, heart rate corrected QT interval (QT(c)): in SR: 6+/-1{\%}; in CAVB: 10+/-7{\%}, which was accompanied by TdP in three of six CAVB dogs. No TdP were seen in SR dogs. 4 Slow infusion did not cause TdP in the same CAVB dogs, although NS-7 caused repolarisation to prolong with a similar magnitude (QT(c): 12+/-7{\%}) as in the fast-infusion experiment. 5 Short-term variability (STV) is a novel parameter for the prediction of drug-induced TdP analysing the beat-to-beat variability of repolarisation. STV was only increased after the fast infusion in CAVB dogs (2.6+/-0.3 versus 6.0+/-1.4 ms, P",
keywords = "Animals, Arrhythmias, Cardiac, Dogs, Infusion Pumps, Infusions, Intravenous, Predictive Value of Tests, Pyrimidines, Time Factors, Torsades de Pointes",
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AU - Vos, Marc A

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N2 - 1 The rate of infusion has been suggested to be important for drug-induced torsades de pointes (TdP) arrhythmias. We investigated the repolarisation-prolonging effects and proarrhythmic properties of NS-7, a neuroprotective drug in development, using two different infusion rates. 2 A fast (5 min intravenously (i.v.)) escalating dosing regimen (0.3 and 3.0 mg kg(-1), n=4) of NS-7 was investigated in anaesthetised control dogs in sinus rhythm (SR). This was compared to a slow infusion (60 min i.v.) of one dose (3.0 mg kg(-1), n=4) NS-7. The similar dosing regimens were investigated in anaesthetised dogs with chronic, complete AV block (CAVB), an animal model of TdP (n=6). 3 No electrophysiological effects were seen after 0.3 mg kg(-1) NS-7. Fast infusion of 3.0 mg kg(-1) caused prolongation of repolarisation, for example, heart rate corrected QT interval (QT(c)): in SR: 6+/-1%; in CAVB: 10+/-7%, which was accompanied by TdP in three of six CAVB dogs. No TdP were seen in SR dogs. 4 Slow infusion did not cause TdP in the same CAVB dogs, although NS-7 caused repolarisation to prolong with a similar magnitude (QT(c): 12+/-7%) as in the fast-infusion experiment. 5 Short-term variability (STV) is a novel parameter for the prediction of drug-induced TdP analysing the beat-to-beat variability of repolarisation. STV was only increased after the fast infusion in CAVB dogs (2.6+/-0.3 versus 6.0+/-1.4 ms, P

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KW - Infusions, Intravenous

KW - Predictive Value of Tests

KW - Pyrimidines

KW - Time Factors

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