Snegovoy A V

Kulikov A.Y., Larionova V.B., Snegovoy A.V., Ugrekhelidze D.T. 1066

As part of this work a pharmacoeconomic study of prophylaxis for febrile neutropenia with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor drugs was carried out. Four prevention schemes of G-CSFs were compared: lipegfilgrastim, pegfilgrastim, filgrastim, lenograstim. As a result, it was found that prophylaxis with lipegfilgrastim is characterized by the lowest “cost-effectiveness” ratio (217,352 rubles) as compared to prophylaxis with pegfilgrastim (342,748 rub.), filgrastim (302,077 rub. for 11 days of prophylaxis), lenograstim (788,582 rub. for 11 days of prophylaxis) by the end of the 1st year of prophylaxis. In the context of budget impact analysis, the least costly scheme was prophylaxis with lipegfilgrastim (211,484 rubles) by the end of the 1st year when calculating per 1 patient. Costs in pegfilgrastim group resulted in 314,986 rubles, in filgrastim group (11 days of treatment) – 264,620 rubles, in lenograstim group (11 days of treatment) – 690,798 rubles. In the context of pharmacoeconomic analysis it is preferable to use lipegfilgrastim for prophylaxis of febrile neutropenia as compared to other G-CSFs (pegfilgrastim, filgrastim, lenograstim), as it allows to increase the number of patients who responded to prophylaxis of febrile neutropenia while reducing costs as compared to other granulocyte colonystimulating factor drugs.

Kulikov A.Y., Snegovoy A.V., Ugrekhelidze D.T. 266

This article deals with pharmacoeconomic study of erythropoietin use in patients with chemotherapy-induced anemia. Four treatments were evaluated, i.e. Epoetin alfa, Epoetin beta, Epoetin theta and Darbepoetin alfa. The results of pharmacoeconomic analysis show that use of Epoetin theta (Eporatio) is the most cost-effective regimen for anemia treatment in cancer patients. Cost-cutting upon patient’s transition to Eporatio amounts up to 9,129 rubles (transition from Epoetin beta), up to 13,812 rubles (transition from Epoetin alfa) and 165,527 rubles (transition from Darbepoetin alfa). Budget impact analysis demonstrated a possibility of total cost-cutting in the amount of 197,075,449 rubles if purchase share of Eporatio increases to 30% via reducing purchase share of Epoetin alfa by 15%, Epoetin beta by 13% and Darbepoetin alfa by 2%.

Kulikov A.Y., Larionova V.B., Snegovoy A.V., Ugrekhelidze D.T. 1066

As part of this work a pharmacoeconomic study of prophylaxis for febrile neutropenia with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor drugs was carried out. Four prevention schemes of G-CSFs were compared: lipegfilgrastim, pegfilgrastim, filgrastim, lenograstim. As a result, it was found that prophylaxis with lipegfilgrastim is characterized by the lowest “cost-effectiveness” ratio (217,352 rubles) as compared to prophylaxis with pegfilgrastim (342,748 rub.), filgrastim (302,077 rub. for 11 days of prophylaxis), lenograstim (788,582 rub. for 11 days of prophylaxis) by the end of the 1st year of prophylaxis. In the context of budget impact analysis, the least costly scheme was prophylaxis with lipegfilgrastim (211,484 rubles) by the end of the 1st year when calculating per 1 patient. Costs in pegfilgrastim group resulted in 314,986 rubles, in filgrastim group (11 days of treatment) – 264,620 rubles, in lenograstim group (11 days of treatment) – 690,798 rubles. In the context of pharmacoeconomic analysis it is preferable to use lipegfilgrastim for prophylaxis of febrile neutropenia as compared to other G-CSFs (pegfilgrastim, filgrastim, lenograstim), as it allows to increase the number of patients who responded to prophylaxis of febrile neutropenia while reducing costs as compared to other granulocyte colonystimulating factor drugs.

Kulikov A.Y., Snegovoy A.V., Ugrekhelidze D.T. 266

This article deals with pharmacoeconomic study of erythropoietin use in patients with chemotherapy-induced anemia. Four treatments were evaluated, i.e. Epoetin alfa, Epoetin beta, Epoetin theta and Darbepoetin alfa. The results of pharmacoeconomic analysis show that use of Epoetin theta (Eporatio) is the most cost-effective regimen for anemia treatment in cancer patients. Cost-cutting upon patient’s transition to Eporatio amounts up to 9,129 rubles (transition from Epoetin beta), up to 13,812 rubles (transition from Epoetin alfa) and 165,527 rubles (transition from Darbepoetin alfa). Budget impact analysis demonstrated a possibility of total cost-cutting in the amount of 197,075,449 rubles if purchase share of Eporatio increases to 30% via reducing purchase share of Epoetin alfa by 15%, Epoetin beta by 13% and Darbepoetin alfa by 2%.