IMCIVREE delivered early, significant, and sustained reduction in BMI Z-score1-3
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BMI Z-score* reduction in patients <18 years of age1-3†
Clinically significant -0.8 mean change in BMI Z-score at week 523,4
- Sustained mean reductions in BMI Z-score at 24 months in a long-term extension study5
*A BMI Z-score was used to measure the reduction in BMI in children. A BMI Z-score is a reliable measure of weight in children who are still growing because it accounts for height, age, and gender.6,7
†Data shown include only patients who received 52 weeks of IMCIVREE at the time of the analysis. Population sizes ranged from 8 to 16, with n=14 at 52 weeks on active treatment. Error bars are the standard deviation.2
‡A clinically significant reduction is generally considered a ≥0.2 reduction in BMI Z-score. A 0.2 reduction is comparable to weight loss of approximately 5%.3
§ATB=active treatment baseline, defined as the last measurement before the first dose of IMCIVREE; ie, week 0 for IMCIVREE group and week 14 for placebo group.2
Change in BMI Z-score from baseline in patients 6 to 18 years of age after 52 weeks (n=14)1
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of patients achieved a clinically significant ≥0.2 reduction* in BMI Z-score1,3
- 100% of patients <12 years of age achieved a clinically significant ≥0.2 reduction in BMI Z-score (n=3)1,3
*A clinically significant reduction is generally considered a ≥0.2 reduction in BMI Z-score. A 0.2 reduction is comparable to weight loss of approximately 5%.3
Figure modeled after Gulati AK, Kaplan DW, Daniels SR. Clinical tracking of severely obese children: a new growth chart. Pediatrics. 2012;130(6):1136-1140.
*Growth chart is based on females 2 to 20 years of age and is for illustrative purposes only.
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