Role of biological agents in auto-inflammatory disease in children

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Titre
Role of biological agents in auto-inflammatory disease in children
Titre de la conférence
17th Pediatric Rheumatology European Society Congress
Auteur(s)
von Scheven-Gete A., Tschudin L.v.L., Jeanneret C., Hofer M.
Adresse
Valencia, Spain, September 9-12, 2010
ISBN
0392-856X
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
2011
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
29
Série
Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology
Pages
408
Langue
anglais
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Publication type : Meeting Abstract
Résumé
BACKGROUND: Biological agents (BA) have recently completed the treatment options in auto-inflammatory diseases (AID) in children with the aim to improve the outcome. TNF-α blocking agents have been the first BA successfully used in children. However, other biological agents targeting cytokines including IL-1 and IL-6 have been shown to be effective (anti-IL-1/6), especially in AID like systemiconset juvenile arthritis (SoJIA) or cryopyrine-associated periodic syndrome (CAPS). In Switzerland, Etanercept has been approved for the treatment of JIA since 2000 and Canakinumab for the treatment of paediatric CAPS since 2009.OBJECTIVES: Evaluation of the use of biological agents in AID in Western Switzerland.METHODS: We selected all patients with AID seen in the Réseau Romand de Rhumatologie Pédiatrique (Lausanne, Geneva, Aigle, Sion, and Neuchâtel) who were treated with the following BA: anti-TNF-α (Etanercept, Infliximab, Adalimumab) and Abatacept, and anti-IL-1/6 (Anakinra, Canakinumab, Tocilizumab). We looked at minor and major adverse events and the activity of the disease before and after treatment with BA and with special regards on anti-IL-1/6.RESULTS: Among 921 children and adolescents followed between 2004 and 2010, we selected 85 patients with AID (PFAPA: 40, FMF: 6, HyperIgD: 1, CAPS: 3, SoJIA: 34). Only patients with CAPS and SoJIA were treated with BA. They had a mean age of 9 years (3-22) and F: M ratio of 1.6:1. 7 patients were treated with one BA, 6 patients with 2 different BAs and 3 with 3 BAs. 3 patients with CAPS were treated with anti-IL-1 and responded very well. 13 SoJIA patients were treated with BA (anti-TNF-α: 8, Abatacept: 1, anti-IL-1/6: 8). 4 patients treated by anti-TNF-α were switched to anti-IL-1/6 because of lack of response to treatment (cf Table 1). We did not have any serious adverse events and no serious infections.CONCLUSIONS: Patients with SoJIA and CAPS clearly benefit from treatment with BA. General tolerance was good. In the CAPS group the response to IL-1 was excellent. In SoJIA, 3/4 patients, switched from anti-TNF-α to anti-IL-1/6 for lack of therapeutic response, did not respond well to the second medication. These patientsseem to represent a population relatively resistant to treatment with BA. Due to the low number of patients in our cohort, the response to BA in SoJIA patients non-responder to anti- TNF-α agents should be further studied.
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