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Disease or Condition   Bacterial Infection / Pneumonia
Title   A Multicenter, Retrospective Cohort Study to Characterize the Use of Teflaro® in the Treatment of Patients With Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infection or Community-acquired Bacterial Pneumonia
Description   This is a multicenter, retrospective cohort study of adult patients treated with IV Teflaro
for acute bacterial skin and skin structure infection (ABSSSI) or community-acquired bacterial pneumonia (CABP) between 01 Jan 2011 and the end of the data collection period.
IRB Number   Pro3579
Inclusion/Notes   INCLUSION:
  • Male or female = 18 years of age at the time of receipt of Teflaro.

  • Diagnosed with ABSSSI or CABP, generally defined as:
    ABSSSI: A skin or skin structure infection involving deeper soft tissue or requiring significant surgical intervention, such as a wound infection (surgical or traumatic), a major abscess, an infected ulcer, or deep and extensive cellulitis OR ?
    CABP: An acute illness with clinical signs or symptoms consistent with a lower respiratory tract infection and radiographically confirmed pneumonia (new or progressive pulmonary infiltrate[s] on chest radiograph consistent with bacterial pneumonia).

  • Received = 2 consecutive IV doses of commercial Teflaro per the institution’s standard of care between 01 Jan 2011 and the end of the data collection period.

  • Received the final dose of Teflaro = 30 days before the start of data collection.

  • Hospital discharge information (eg, date and destination of discharge) is missing from the patient’s chart.

  • Teflaro dosing information (eg, start and stop information) is missing from the patient’s chart.

  • The patient received > 1 treatment cycle with Teflaro, and data for 1 cycle from the patient’s chart has been extracted for this study.
Status   Recruiting
Principal Name    Randall Todd Richwine DO
Contact Name   Lee Knox
Phone   (972) 739-3089

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