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1Tratamento da Osteoporose Mulheres na pós menopausa Paula Miguel Lara-Reumatologia-
2Use of selective estrogen receptor modulators in postmenopausal women The role of postmenopausal hormone therapy for prevention of chronic disease has been greatly diminishedthat estrogen-progestin therapy is associated with an increased risk for breast cancer, coronary disease, stroke, and venous tromboembolism
3Synthetic estrogen receptor (ER) ligands such as raloxifene and tamoxifen represent an alternative for women suffering from menopausal symptoms.Because these drugs bind with high affinity to the ER and possess tissue-selective estrogen agonist and antagonist properties, they are called selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs)
4RaloxifenoDrugs that have estrogen activity in bone and other systems but not in reproductive tissue.In ovariectomized animals raloxifene preserves bone density, lowers serum total cholesterol, and inhibits aortic cholesterol accumulation, without causing endometrial hyperplasia
51145 healthy European and North American postmenopausal women, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials with random assignment to receive raloxifene hydrochloride, 30, 60, or 150 mg, or placebo dailyOver two years, BMD increased significantly at all sites tested with each dose of raloxifene, while there was bone loss at these sites in the placebo groupThe mean difference in BMD between those receiving 60 mg of raloxifene daily and placebo was 2.4 percent for the lumbar spine and total hip and 2.0 percent for the total body
6(LDL) cholesterol decreased significantly in each of the raloxifene groups compared with placebo total cholesterol decreased by 6.4 percent versus 1.2 percent for placebo, while serum LDL cholesterol decreased by 10.1 versus 1.0 percent (diminui ICO)There was also no difference in endometrial thickness, or in complaints of breast pain or vaginal bleeding
7Hot flushes occurred more often in the raloxifene-treated patients (25 percent) than in the placebo-treated patients (18 percent).This was the only significant side effect of raloxifene detected.Study 6828 of the women receiving 60 mg and 120 mg raloxifene, 6.6 and 5.4 percent, respectively, had new vertebral fractures, compared with 10.1 percent in the placebo group;
8the risk of nonvertebral fractures was similar in the three groups Raloxifene did not increase the risk of endometrial cancer.But it did increase the incidence of thromboembolic disease (TVP e AVC fatal), hot flashes, influenza-like symptoms, peripheral edema, and leg cramps
9Potência:Raloxifene appears to be a less potent antiresorptive agent than alendronate or estrogenIn a one-year study of 331 postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, alendronate (10 mg/day) increased BMD more than raloxifene (60 mg/day)
10Quando usar:Reserve the use of this drug for patients who cannot tolerate alendronate and/or risedronateDo not recommend raloxifene as the first line drug because it has less antiresorptive action than the bisphosphonatesEventos adversos
11Parathyroid hormone therapy for osteoporosis PTH is an 84-amino acid polypeptide secreted by the parathyroid glands in response to relatively small changes in serum calcium(PTH1r) membrane surface receptor expressed in multiple tissues including cartilage, bone, breast and kidneyIs one of the two major hormones modulating calcium and phosphate homeostasis, the other being calcitriol
12Its actions to stimulate renal tubular calcium reabsorption and bone resorption. Chronic exposure to high serum PTH concentrations (as seen with primary or secondary hyperparathyroidism) results in bone resorption.Intermittent administration of recombinant human PTH has been shown to stimulate bone formation more than resorption, at least over the first 12 months of treatment.
13MECHANISMS OF ACTIONPTH 1-34 (teriparatide, Forteo) "anabolic" agents stimulate bone formation, activate bone remodeling and are administered subcutaneously as daily injections 20mcg/day for the treatment of severe osteoporosisPTH stimulates preosteoblasts to mature into bone-forming osteoblasts that lay down collagen and mineralize matrix
14Bone formation begins within the first month of PTH treatment and peaks six to nine months after initiation of daily PTHMarkers of bone turnover indicate that bone resorption in patients on PTH begins peaks after 12 months of treatmentMost of the gains in BMD occur in the first few months, although antifracture efficacy is evident only after six months or more of treatment
15The effects of PTH are dose-dependent, such that higher daily doses result in greater increases in formation, and subsequently higher BMD with treatmentIntermittent PTH treatment enhances trabecular more than cortical bone massQualitative changes in trabecular micro architectureThe improvement in the mechanical strength of the skeleton and its resistance to fracture
161637 postmenopausal women with previous vertebral fractures were randomly assigned to receive PTH (20 or 40 mcg/day subcutaneously) or placebo.After 18 months of treatment, 20 mcg group, when compared to placebo, BMD increased by 9 and 3 more percentage points in the lumbar spine and femoral neck.40 mcg group, when compared to placebo, BMD increased by 13 and 6 more percentage points in the lumbar spine and femoral neck
17The main adverse effects of PTH were nausea, headache, and hypercalcemia, occurring more commonly at the higher dose.Fracture Prevention Trial (FPT), 1600 women with prior vertebral fractures receiving PTH 1-34 (20 mcg or 40 mcg/day) or placebo, there was significant vertebral and non-vertebral fracture efficacy
18Fracture risk reduction did not differ by dose, even though BMD changes were significantly greater with 40 mcg/dayThe Fracture Prevention Trial, PTH administration decreased vertebral fracture rates by 65 to 75 percentThe percentage of vertebral fracture reduction that could be attributed to the improvement in spine BMD was only 30 to 40 percent
19Non-BMD determinants of bone strength:bone geometry, microarchitecture, remodeling rate, damage accumulation, and/or collagen/mineral matrix propertiesCOMBINATION THERAPYPTH plus bisphosphonate therapy - no additional benefit for spine or hip BMD compared with PTH alone
20In patients who are taking raloxifene but require additional therapy, it is unclear whether teriparatide should be added to or replace raloxifene.Up to date do not recommend combination therapy with raloxifene and teriparatide.Fracture Prevention Trial after discontinuation of teriparatide were followed for an additional 18 months in an open label extension.
21Women who were initially randomized to PTH still had a 40 percent relative risk reduction in vertebral fractures during the follow up 18 month periodThe gains in hip and spine BMD with PTH decline following PTH discontinuationTreatment with alendronate during that year following PTH, preserved the increase of 30 percent in trabecular BMD gained in the first year by PTH
22Potential candidates for PTH therapy include Men or postmenopausal women with severe osteoporosis (T-score of -3.5 or below even in the absence of fractures; T-score of -2.5 or below plus a fragility fracture).Patients with osteoporosis who are unable to tolerate bisphosphonates or who have relative contraindications to bisphosphonates (achalasia, scleroderma esophagus, esophageal strictures).
23Fail other osteoporosis therapies Not used as a first-line drug for treatment or prevention of osteoporosis.ADVERSE EVENTSHypercalcemia and hypercalciuria are the two most common side effects of bothOnly 3 percent had persistent hypercalcemia requiring dose reduction
24Hypercalcemia was more common with the 40 mcg dose (which is not currently approved or available). PTH should not be used in individuals with renal stones or persistent hypercalcuria.Occasional hypotension or tachycardia can occur with the first few dosesNausea and headache; muscle cramps
25Serum uric acid increases; an attack of gout Of more than 300,000 patients worldwide treated with Forteo, there has been one reported case of osteosarcoma in a postmenopausal women taking ForteoStudy in rats, osteosarcoma occurred in higher doses and long duration
26Pretreatment evaluation Serum Ca, P, creatinine, alkaline phosphatase, albumin, 25-hydroxyvitamin D, uric acid24-hour urine Ca, creatininevitamin D deficient should be replaced with vitamin D prior to starting PTH therapyuric acid pre-treatment
27PrecautionsPrimary or secondary hyperparathyroidism should not receive PTHPatients who are at increased baseline risk for osteosarcoma, such as those with Paget disease of bone, history of prior radiation therapyPre-existing malignancies, renal stones, gout, or renal insufficiency
28Strontium ranelate Inhibit bone resorption and increase bone formation Two-year clinical trial of 353 postmenopausal women with osteoporosis and at least one vertebral fracture who were randomly assigned to receive strontium ranelate or placebolumbar spine mineral density increased in a dose-dependent manner (maximum effect was with the highest dose used, 2 g/day)
29In the second year of the study, the risk of new vertebral fractures decreased in the 2 g/day group. 1649 postmenopausal women with osteoporosis and at least one vertebral fracture were randomly assigned to receive strontium ranelate (2 gm/day) or placebo for three yearsNew vertebral fractures was decreased significantly by 41 percent during the three-year study period
30Bone mineral density at the LS, increased by 8 percent compared with the placebo group. A meta-analysis of four trials - evidence that strontium ranelate is effective for reducing the risk of vertebral fractures, and to a lesser extent, non-vertebral fracturesEffective and well-tolerated therapy.
31Denosumab RANKL, a member of the TNF superfamily, is essential for the function of bone-resorbing osteoclasts;RANKL accelerates osteoclastogenesis when it binds to its receptor, RANK, but is blocked by osteoprotegerin, which is produced by osteoblastsDenosumab is a humanized monoclonal antibody against RANKL that reduces osteoclastogenesis
32A phase 2 trial of 412 postmenopausal women receive denosumab (at a dose of 14, 60, 100, or 210 mg subcutaneously every three or six months), open-label alendronate (70 mg once weekly), or placebo for one year,LS BMD increased by 3.0 to 6.7 percent with denosumab and 4.6 percent with alendronate while it decreased by 0.8 percent in the placebo group.
33Bone density at the total hip increased by 1. 9 to 3 Bone density at the total hip increased by 1.9 to 3.6 percent with denosumab and 2.1 percent with alendronate, with a decrease of 0.6 percent with placeboAfter 24 months, reductions in bone turnover markers were sustained with most denosumab doses and with alendronate.In a two-year trial of 332 postmenopausal women with osteopenia received denosumab (60 mg administered subcutaneously every six months) or placebo
34Denosumab improved BMD at the LS, total hip, and radius compared with placebo (6.5 versus -0.6, 3.4 versus -1.1, and 1.4 versus -2.1 percent, respectively).Discontinuation of denosumab for 24 months resulted in decreases in LS and total hip BMD comparable to the gains previously achieved during 24 months of therapy.
35Eventos adversos:There were a greater number of infections requiring hospitalization in the denosumab group (diverticulitis, pneumonia, atypical pneumonia, appendicitis, cellulitis, and labyrinthitis) in some trials, but not in othersOverall rates of adverse events of neoplasm were similar
36A longer and larger (more than 7700 postmenopausal women) phase III trial was completed in 2008; safety and fracture prevention data are forthcoming.
37Emerging therapies Oral calcium sensing receptor antagonists — Administration leads to a transient rise in endogenous parathyroid hormone, similar to intermittently administered exogenous parathyroid hormoneSclerostin inhibitors — Sclerostin is produced by osteocytes and inhibits bone formation.
38In animal models, administration of sclerostin antibodies increases bone mass, and sclerostin knock-out mice have increased bone formation and high bone massIntegrin antagonists — Integrins mediate the adhesion of osteoclasts to the bone surface, an important initial step for bone resorption