Daptomycin pharmacokinetics may not depend on renal function only and it significantly differs between healthy volunteers and severely ill patients. Herein, we propose a population pharmacokinetics model based on 424 plasma daptomycin concentrations collected from 156 patients affected by severe Gram-positive infections during a routine therapeutic drug monitoring protocol. Model building and validation were performed using NONMEM 7.2 (ICON plc), Xpose4 and Perl-speaks-to-NONMEM. The final pop-PK model was a one-compartment first-order elimination model, with a 2.7% IIV for drug clearance (Cl), influence of creatinine clearance on drug clearance and of sex on distribution volume. After model validation, we simulated 10,000 patients with the Monte-Carlo method to predict the efficacy and tolerability of different daptomycin daily dosages. For the most common 6 mg/kg daily dose, the simulated probability of overcoming the toxic minimum concentration (24.3 mg/L) was 14.8% and the efficacy (expressed as a cumulative fraction of response) against methicillin-resistant S. aureus, S. pneumoniae and E. faecium was 95.77%, 99.99% and 68%, respectively. According to the model-informed precision dosing paradigm, pharmacokinetic models such as ours could help clinicians to perform patient-tailored antimicrobial dosing and maximize the odds of therapy success without neglecting toxicity risks

Daptomycin Population Pharmacokinetics in Patients Affected by Severe Gram-Positive Infections: An Update

Luca Segreti;Marianna Lastella;Giacomo Luci;Marco Falcone;Antonello Di Paolo
2022

Abstract

Daptomycin pharmacokinetics may not depend on renal function only and it significantly differs between healthy volunteers and severely ill patients. Herein, we propose a population pharmacokinetics model based on 424 plasma daptomycin concentrations collected from 156 patients affected by severe Gram-positive infections during a routine therapeutic drug monitoring protocol. Model building and validation were performed using NONMEM 7.2 (ICON plc), Xpose4 and Perl-speaks-to-NONMEM. The final pop-PK model was a one-compartment first-order elimination model, with a 2.7% IIV for drug clearance (Cl), influence of creatinine clearance on drug clearance and of sex on distribution volume. After model validation, we simulated 10,000 patients with the Monte-Carlo method to predict the efficacy and tolerability of different daptomycin daily dosages. For the most common 6 mg/kg daily dose, the simulated probability of overcoming the toxic minimum concentration (24.3 mg/L) was 14.8% and the efficacy (expressed as a cumulative fraction of response) against methicillin-resistant S. aureus, S. pneumoniae and E. faecium was 95.77%, 99.99% and 68%, respectively. According to the model-informed precision dosing paradigm, pharmacokinetic models such as ours could help clinicians to perform patient-tailored antimicrobial dosing and maximize the odds of therapy success without neglecting toxicity risks
Balice, Giuseppe; Passino, Claudio; Grazia Bongiorni, Maria; Segreti, Luca; Russo, Alessandro; Lastella, Marianna; Luci, Giacomo; Falcone, Marco; DI PAOLO, Antonello
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