Pooled Safety Analysis Of Strata2011 And Strata2016 Clinical Trials Evaluating The Use Of Stratagraft® In Patients With Deep Partial-thickness Thermal Burns
Objective: This analysis includes pooled safety data from 2 clinical trials (NCT01437852; NCT03005106) that evaluated the safety and efficacy of StrataGraft in patients with deep partial-thickness (DPT) burns. Methods: The study enrolled 101 adult patients with thermal burns covering 3–49% of total body surface area. Patients were followed for up to 1 year. The pooled safety events included: adverse events (AEs), adverse reactions (ARs), serious AEs (SAEs), discontinuation, and deaths; immunological responses (reactivity to panel reactive antibodies [PRA] and human leukocyte antigen [HLA] class 1 alleles); and persistence of allogeneic DNA from StrataGraft. Results: Eighty-seven (86.1%) patients experienced 397 AEs. Thirty patients (29.7%) experienced ARs; 16 patients (15.8%) experienced SAEs. The most frequent AEs were pruritus (n = 31; 30.7%), and blister, hypertension, and hypertrophic scar (n = 11 each; 10.9%); the most common AR was pruritus (n = 13; 12.9%). One patient discontinued the study; 2 patients experienced SAEs (unrelated to StrataGraft) leading to death. PRA and HLA allele reactivity was ≤ 25% at Month 3, with no persistent allogeneic DNA from StrataGraft. Conclusions: StrataGraft was well tolerated by patients, with a safety profile similar to autograft. StrataGraft may offer a safe alternative to autograft for DPT burns.
Holmes IV, James H.; Cancio, Leopoldo C.; Carter, Jeffrey E.; Faucher, Lee D.; Foster, Kevin; Hahn, Helen D.; King, Booker T.; Rutan, Randi; Smiell, Janice M.; Wu, Richard; and Gibson, Angela L.F., "Pooled Safety Analysis Of Strata2011 And Strata2016 Clinical Trials Evaluating The Use Of Stratagraft® In Patients With Deep Partial-thickness Thermal Burns" (2022). School of Medicine Faculty Publications. 456.