NDC 0023-3348 Ozurdex

Dexamethasone

NDC Product Code 0023-3348

NDC 0023-3348-07

Package Description: 1 POUCH in 1 CARTON > 1 IMPLANT in 1 POUCH

NDC 0023-3348-08

Package Description: 1 POUCH in 1 CARTON > 1 IMPLANT in 1 POUCH

NDC Product Information

Ozurdex with NDC 0023-3348 is a a human prescription drug product labeled by Allergan, Inc.. The generic name of Ozurdex is dexamethasone. The product's dosage form is implant and is administered via intravitreal form.

Labeler Name: Allergan, Inc.

Dosage Form: Implant - A material containing drug intended to be inserted securely of deeply in a living site for growth, slow release, or formation of an organic union.

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Ozurdex Active Ingredient(s)

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  • DEXAMETHASONE .7 mg/1

Administration Route(s)

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  • Intravitreal - Administration within the vitreous body of the eye.

Pharmacological Class(es)

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  • Corticosteroid - [EPC] (Established Pharmacologic Class)
  • Corticosteroid Hormone Receptor Agonists - [MoA] (Mechanism of Action)

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Labeler Name: Allergan, Inc.
Labeler Code: 0023
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Ozurdex Product Labeling Information

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Product Labeling Index

1.1 Retinal Vein Occlusion

OZURDEX® (dexamethasone intravitreal implant) is indicated for the treatment of macular edema following branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO) or central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO).

1.2 Posterior Segment Uveitis

OZURDEX® is indicated for the treatment of non-infectious uveitis affecting the posterior segment of the eye.

1.3 Diabetic Macular Edema

OZURDEX® is indicated for the treatment of diabetic macular edema.

2.1 General Dosing Information

For ophthalmic intravitreal injection.

2.2 Administration

The intravitreal injection procedure should be carried out under controlled aseptic conditions which include the use of sterile gloves, a sterile drape, and a sterile eyelid speculum (or equivalent). Adequate anesthesia and a broad-spectrum microbicide applied to the periocular skin, eyelid and ocular surface are recommended to be given prior to the injection.
Remove the foil pouch from the carton and examine for damage. Then, open the foil pouch over a sterile field and gently drop the applicator on a sterile tray. Carefully remove the cap from the applicator. Hold the applicator in one hand and pull the safety tab straight off the applicator. Do not twist or flex the tab. The long axis of the applicator should be held parallel to the limbus, and the sclera should be engaged at an oblique angle with the bevel of the needle up (away from the sclera) to create a shelved scleral path. The tip of the needle is advanced within the sclera for about 1 mm (parallel to the limbus), then re-directed toward the center of the eye and advanced until penetration of the sclera is completed and the vitreous cavity is entered. The needle should not be advanced past the point where the sleeve touches the conjunctiva.
Slowly depress the actuator button until an audible click is noted. Before withdrawing the applicator from the eye, make sure that the actuator button is fully depressed and has locked flush with the applicator surface. Remove the needle in the same direction as used to enter the vitreous.
Following the intravitreal injection, patients should be monitored for elevation in intraocular pressure and for endophthalmitis. Monitoring may consist of a check for perfusion of the optic nerve head immediately after the injection, tonometry within 30 minutes following the injection, and biomicroscopy between two and seven days following the injection. Patients should be instructed to report any symptoms suggestive of endophthalmitis without delay.
Each applicator can only be used for the treatment of a single eye. If the contralateral eye requires treatment, a new applicator must be used, and the sterile field, syringe, gloves, drapes, and eyelid speculum should be changed before OZURDEX® is administered to the other eye.

3 Dosage Forms And Strengths

Intravitreal implant containing dexamethasone 0.7 mg in the NOVADUR® solid polymer drug delivery system.

4.1 Ocular Or Periocular Infections

OZURDEX® (dexamethasone intravitreal implant) is contraindicated in patients with active or suspected ocular or periocular infections including most viral diseases of the cornea and conjunctiva, including active epithelial herpes simplex keratitis (dendritic keratitis), vaccinia, varicella, mycobacterial infections, and fungal diseases.

4.2 Glaucoma

OZURDEX® is contraindicated in patients with glaucoma, who have cup to disc ratios of greater than 0.8.

4.3 Torn Or Ruptured Posterior Lens Capsule

OZURDEX® is contraindicated in patients whose posterior lens capsule is torn or ruptured because of the risk of migration into the anterior chamber. Laser posterior capsulotomy in pseudophakic patients is not a contraindication for OZURDEX® use.

4.4 Hypersensitivity

OZURDEX® is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to any components of this product [see Adverse Reactions (6)].

Intravitreal injections, including those with OZURDEX®, have been associated with endophthalmitis, eye inflammation, increased intraocular pressure, and retinal detachments. Patients should be monitored regularly following the injection [see Patient Counseling Information (17)].

Use of corticosteroids including OZURDEX® may produce posterior subcapsular cataracts, increased intraocular pressure, and glaucoma. Use of corticosteroids may enhance the establishment of secondary ocular infections due to bacteria, fungi, or viruses [see Adverse Reactions (6.1)].
Corticosteroids are not recommended to be used in patients with a history of ocular herpes simplex because of the potential for reactivation of the viral infection.

6.1 Clinical Studies Experience

Because clinical studies are conducted under widely varying conditions, adverse reaction rates observed in the clinical studies of a drug cannot be directly compared to rates in the clinical studies of another drug and may not reflect the rates observed in practice.
Adverse reactions associated with ophthalmic steroids including OZURDEX® include elevated intraocular pressure, which may be associated with optic nerve damage, visual acuity and field defects, posterior subcapsular cataract formation, secondary ocular infection from pathogens including herpes simplex, and perforation of the globe where there is thinning of the cornea or sclera.

Other

Retinal Vein Occlusion and Posterior Segment UveitisThe following information is based on the combined clinical trial results from 3 initial, randomized, 6-month, sham-controlled studies (2 for retinal vein occlusion and 1 for posterior segment uveitis):
Table 1: Adverse Reactions Reported by Greater than 2% of Patients
MedDRA TermOZURDEX®N=497 (%)
ShamN=498 (%)
Intraocular pressure increased
125 (25%)
10 (2%)
Conjunctival hemorrhage
108 (22%)
79 (16%)
Eye pain
40 (8%)
26 (5%)
Conjunctival hyperemia
33 (7%)
27 (5%)
Ocular hypertension
23 (5%)
3 (1%)
Cataract
24 (5%)
10 (2%)
Vitreous detachment
12 (2%)
8 (2%)
Headache
19 (4%)
12 (2%)
Increased IOP with OZURDEX® peaked at approximately week 8. During the initial treatment period, 1% (3/421) of the patients who received OZURDEX® required surgical procedures for management of elevated IOP.
Following a second injection of OZURDEX® in cases where a second injection was indicated, the overall incidence of cataracts was higher after 1 year.

Diabetic Macular EdemaThe following information is based on the combined clinical trial results from 2 randomized, 3-year, sham-controlled studies in patients with diabetic macular edema. Discontinuation rates due to the adverse reactions listed in Table 2 were 3% in the OZURDEX® group and 1% in the Sham group. The most common ocular (study eye) and non-ocular adverse reactions are shown in Tables 2 and 3:
Table 2: Ocular Adverse Reactions Reported by ≥ 1% of Patients and
Non-ocular Adverse Reactions Reported by ≥ 5% of Patients
1 Includes cataract, cataract nuclear, cataract subcapsular, lenticular opacities in patients who were phakic at baseline. Among these patients, 61% of OZURDEX® subjects vs. 8% of sham-controlled subjects underwent cataract surgery.
2 243 of the 324 OZURDEX® subjects were phakic at baseline; 230 of 328 sham-controlled subjects were phakic at baseline.
MedDRA TermOZURDEX®N=324 (%)
ShamN=328 (%)
OcularCataract1166/2432 (68%)
49/230 (21%)
Conjunctival hemorrhage
73 (23%)
44 (13%)
Visual acuity reduced
28 (9%)
13 (4%)
Conjunctivitis
19 (6%)
8 (2%)
Vitreous floaters
16 (5%)
6 (2%)
Conjunctival edema
15 (5%)
4 (1%)
Dry eye
15 (5%)
7 (2%)
Vitreous detachment
14 (4%)
8 (2%)
Vitreous opacities
11 (3%)
3 (1%)
Retinal aneurysm
10 (3%)
5 (2%)
Foreign body sensation
7 (2%)
4 (1%)
Corneal erosion
7 (2%)
3 (1%)
Keratitis
6 (2%)
3 (1%)
Anterior Chamber Inflammation
6 (2%)
0 (0%)
Retinal tear
5 (2%)
2 (1%)
Eyelid ptosis
5 (2%)
2 (1%)
Non-ocularHypertension
41 (13%)
21 (6%)
Bronchitis
15 (5%)
8 (2%)

Increased Intraocular PressureTable 3: Summary of Elevated Intraocular Pressure (IOP) Related Adverse Reactions
* OZURDEX®: 1 surgical trabeculectomy for steroid-induced IOP increase, 1 surgical trabeculectomy for iris neovascularization, 1 laser iridotomy, 1 surgical iridectomySham: 1 laser iridotomy
IOPTreatment: N (%)OZURDEX®N=324ShamN=328IOP elevation ≥10 mm Hg from Baseline at any visit
91 (28%)
13 (4%)
≥30 mm Hg IOP at any visit
50 (15%)
5 (2%)
Any IOP lowering medication
136 (42%)
32 (10%)
Any surgical intervention for elevated IOP *
4 (1.2%)
1 (0.3%)
The increase in mean IOP was seen with each treatment cycle, and the mean IOP generally returned to baseline between treatment cycles (at the end of the 6 month period) shown below:Figure 1: Mean IOP during the study

Cataracts and Cataract SurgeryAt baseline, 243 of the 324 OZURDEX® subjects were phakic; 230 of 328 sham-controlled subjects were phakic. The incidence of cataract development in patients who had a phakic study eye was higher in the OZURDEX® group (68%) compared with Sham (21%). The median time of cataract being reported as an adverse event was approximately 15 months in the OZURDEX® group and 12 months in the Sham group. Among these patients, 61% of OZURDEX® subjects vs. 8% of sham-controlled subjects underwent cataract surgery, generally between Month 18 and Month 39 (Median Month 21 for OZURDEX® group and 20 for Sham) of the studies.

Pregnancy Category C

Risk SummaryThere are no adequate and well-controlled studies with OZURDEX® in pregnant women. Animal reproduction
studies using topical ocular administration of dexamethasone were conducted in mice and rabbits. Cleft palate and embryofetal death in mice and malformations of the intestines and kidneys in rabbits were observed. OZURDEX® should be used during pregnancy only if the potential benefit justifies the potential risk to the fetus.

Animal DataTopical ocular administration of 0.15% dexamethasone (0.375 mg/kg/day) on gestational days 10 to 13 produced embryofetal lethality and a high incidence of cleft palate in mice. A dose of 0.375 mg/kg/day in the mouse is approximately 3 times an OZURDEX® injection in humans (0.7 mg dexamethasone) on a mg/m2 basis. In rabbits, topical ocular administration of 0.1% dexamethasone throughout organogenesis (0.13 mg/kg/day, on gestational day 6 followed by 0.20 mg/kg/day on gestational days 7-18) produced intestinal anomalies, intestinal aplasia, gastroschisis and hypoplastic kidneys. A dose of 0.13 mg/kg/day in the rabbit is approximately 4 times an OZURDEX® injection in humans (0.7 mg dexamethasone) on a mg/m2 basis.

Retinal Vein OcclusionThe efficacy of OZURDEX® for the treatment of macular edema following branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO) or central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) was assessed in two, multicenter, double-masked, randomized, parallel studies.
Following a single injection, OZURDEX® demonstrated the following clinical results for the percent of patients with ≥ 15 letters of improvement from baseline in best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA):
Table 4: Number (Percent) of Patients with ≥ 15 Letters Improvement from Baseline in BCVA
*P-values were based on the Pearson's chi-square test.
Study DayStudy 1Study 2OZURDEX® N=201
ShamN=202
p-value*OZURDEX® N=226
ShamN=224
p-value*Day 3040 (20%)
15 (7%)
< 0.01
51 (23%)
17 (8%)
< 0.01
Day 6058 (29%)
21 (10%)
< 0.01
67 (30%)
27 (12%)
< 0.01
Day 9045 (22%)
25 (12%)
< 0.01
48 (21%)
31 (14%)
0.039
Day 18039 (19%)
37 (18%)
0.780
53 (24%)
38 (17%)
0.087
In each individual study and in a pooled analysis, time to achieve ≥ 15 letters (3-line) improvement in BCVA cumulative response rate curves were significantly faster with OZURDEX® compared to sham (p < 0.01), with OZURDEX® treated patients achieving a 3-line improvement in BCVA earlier than sham-treated patients.
The onset of a ≥ 15 letter (3-line) improvement in BCVA with OZURDEX® occurs within the first two months after implantation in approximately 20-30% of subjects. The duration of effect persists approximately one to three months after onset of this effect.

Posterior Segment UveitisThe efficacy of OZURDEX® was assessed in a single, multicenter, masked, randomized study of 153 patients with non-infectious uveitis affecting the posterior segment of the eye.
After a single injection, the percent of patients reaching a vitreous haze score of 0 (where a score of 0 represents no inflammation) was statistically significantly greater for patients receiving OZURDEX® versus sham at week 8 (primary time point) (47% versus 12%). The percent of patients achieving a 3-line improvement from baseline BCVA was 43% for patients receiving OZURDEX® versus 7% for sham at week 8.

Diabetic Macular EdemaThe efficacy of OZURDEX® for the treatment of diabetic macular edema was assessed in two, multicenter, masked, randomized, sham-controlled studies. Subjects were to be evaluated for retreatment eligibility every three months starting from Month 6 but could only receive successive treatments at least 6 months apart. Retreatment was based on physician's discretion after examination including Optical Coherence Tomography. Patients in the OZURDEX® arm received an average of 4 treatments during the 36 months.
The primary endpoint was the proportion of patients with 15 or more letters improvement in BCVA from baseline at Month 39 or final visit for subjects who exited the study at or prior to Month 36. The Month 39 extension was included to accommodate the evaluation of safety and efficacy outcomes for subjects who received re-treatment at Month 36. Only fourteen percent of the study patients completed the Month 39 visit (16.8% from OZURDEX® and 12.2% from Sham).
Table 5: Visual Acuity outcomes at Month 39 (All randomized subjects with LOCFc)
aStudy 1: OZURDEX®, N=163; Sham, N=165
bStudy 2: OZURDEX®, N=165; Sham, N=163
c14% (16.8% from OZURDEX® and 12.2% from Sham) of patients had BCVA outcome at Month 39, for the remaining patients, the data at Month 36 or earlier was carried forward.
StudyOutcomesOZURDEX®ShamEstimated Difference (95% CI)1aMean (SD) Baseline BCVA (Letters)
56 (10)57 (9)Median (range) Baseline BCVA (Letters)
59 (34-95)
58 (34-74)
Gain of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
34 (21%)
19 (12%)
9.3% (1.4%, 17.3%)
Loss of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
15 (9%)
17 (10%)
-1.1% (-7.5%, 5.3%)
Mean change in BCVA (SD)
4.1 (13.9)
0.9 (11.9)
3.2 (0.4, 5.9)
2bMean (SD) Baseline BCVA (Letters)
55 (10)56 (9)Median (range) Baseline BCVA (Letters)
58 (34-72)
58 (36-82)
Gain of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
30 (18%)
16 (10%)
8.4% (0.9%, 15.8%)
Loss of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
30 (18%)
18 (11%)
7.1% (-0.5%, 14.7%)
Mean change in BCVA (SD)
0.4 (17.5)
0.8 (13.6)
-0.7 (-4.1, 2.6)
Visual acuity outcomes by lens status (Phakic or Pseudophakic) at different visits are presented in Figure 2 and Figure 3. The occurrence of cataracts impacted visual acuity during the study. The visual acuity improvement from baseline increases during a treatment cycle, peaks at approximately 3 Months posttreatment and diminishes thereafter. Patients who were pseudophakic at baseline achieved greater mean BCVA change from baseline at the final study visit.Figure 2: Proportion of Subjects with ≥ 15 Letters Improvement from Baseline BCVA in the Study EyeFigure 3: Mean BCVA Change from BaselineThe best corrected visual acuity outcomes for the Pseudophakic and Phakic subgroups from Studies 1 and 2 at Month 39 are presented in Table 6.
Table 6: Visual Acuity outcomes at Month 39 (Subgroup for pooled data with LOCFc)
a Pseudophakic: OZURDEX®, N=82; Sham, N=99
b Phakic: OZURDEX®, N=246; Sham, N=229
c14% (16.8% from OZURDEX® and 12.2% from Sham) of patients had BCVA outcome at Month 39, for the remaining patients the data at Month 36 or earlier was used in the analysis.
Subgroup(Pooled)OutcomesOZURDEX®ShamEstimated Difference (95% CI)aPseudophakic
Gain of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
16 (20%)
11 (11%)
8.4%(-2.2%, 19.0%)
Loss of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
4 (5%)
7 (7%)
-2.2% (-9.1%, 4.7%)
Mean change in BCVA (SD)
5.8 (11.6)
1.4 (12.3)
4.2 (0.8, 7.6)
Gain of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
48 (20%)
24 (11%)
9.0% (2.7%, 15.4%)
bPhakic
Loss of ≥15 letters in BCVA (n(%))
41 (17%)
28 (12%)
4.4% (-1.9%, 10.7%)
Mean change in BCVA (SD)
1.0 (16.9)
0.6 (12.9)
0.3 (-2.4, 3.0)

Steroid-related EffectsAdvise patients that a cataract may occur after repeated treatment with OZURDEX®. If this occurs, advise patients that their vision will decrease, and they will need an operation to remove the cataract and restore their vision.
Advise patients that they may develop increased intraocular pressure with OZURDEX® treatment, and the increased IOP will need to be managed with eye drops, and, rarely, with surgery.

Intravitreal Injection-related EffectsAdvise patients that in the days following intravitreal injection of OZURDEX®, patients are at risk for potential complications including in particular, but not limited to, the development of endophthalmitis or elevated intraocular pressure.

When to Seek Physician AdviceAdvise patients that if the eye becomes red, sensitive to light, painful, or develops a change in vision, they should seek immediate care from an ophthalmologist.

Driving and Using MachinesInform patients that they may experience temporary visual blurring after receiving an intravitreal injection. Advise patients not to drive or use machines until this has been resolved.
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6.2 Postmarketing Experience

The following reactions have been identified during post-marketing use of OZURDEX® in clinical practice. Because they are reported voluntarily from a population of unknown size, estimates of frequency cannot be made. The reactions, which have been chosen for inclusion due to either their seriousness, frequency of reporting, possible causal connection to OZURDEX®, or a combination of these factors, include: complication of device insertion (implant misplacement), device dislocation with or without corneal edema, endophthalmitis, hypotony of the eye (associated with vitreous leakage due to injection), and retinal detachment.

8.3 Nursing Mothers

Systemically administered corticosteroids are present in human milk and can suppress growth and interfere with endogenous corticosteroid production. The systemic concentration of dexamethasone following intravitreal treatment with OZURDEX® is low [see Clinical Pharmacology (12.3)]. It is not known whether intravitreal treatment with OZURDEX® could result in sufficient systemic absorption to produce detectable quantities in human milk. Exercise caution when OZURDEX® is administered to a nursing woman.

8.4 Pediatric Use

Safety and effectiveness of OZURDEX® in pediatric patients have not been established.

8.5 Geriatric Use

No overall differences in safety or effectiveness have been observed between elderly and younger patients.

11 Description

OZURDEX® is an intravitreal implant containing 0.7 mg (700 mcg) dexamethasone in the NOVADUR® solid polymer sustained-release drug delivery system. OZURDEX® is preloaded into a single-use, DDS® applicator to facilitate injection of the rod-shaped implant directly into the vitreous. The NOVADUR® system contains poly (D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) PLGA intravitreal polymer matrix without a preservative. The chemical name for dexamethasone is Pregna-1,4-diene-3,20-dione, 9-fluoro-11,17,21-trihydroxy-16-methyl-, (11β,16α)-. Its structural formula is:
MW 392.47; molecular formula: C22H29FO5Dexamethasone occurs as a white to cream-colored crystalline powder having not more than a slight odor, and is practically insoluble in water and very soluble in alcohol.
The PLGA matrix slowly degrades to lactic acid and glycolic acid.

12.1 Mechanism Of Action

Dexamethasone, a corticosteroid, has been shown to suppress inflammation by inhibiting multiple inflammatory cytokines resulting in decreased edema, fibrin deposition, capillary leakage and migration of inflammatory cells.

12.3 Pharmacokinetics

Plasma concentrations were obtained from 21 patients with macular edema due to branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO) and central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), and 21 patients with diabetic macular edema (DME) prior to dosing and at 4 to 5 additional post-dose timepoints on Days 1, 7, 21, 30, 45, 60, and 90 following the administration of the first intravitreal implant containing 0.7 mg dexamethasone. In RVO and DME patients, the majority of plasma dexamethasone concentrations were below the lower limit of quantitation (LLOQ = 50 pg/mL). Plasma dexamethasone concentrations from 12% of samples were above the LLOQ, ranging from 52 pg/mL to 102 pg/mL. Plasma dexamethasone concentration did not appear to be related to age, body weight, or sex of patients.
In an in vitro metabolism study, following the incubation of [14C]-dexamethasone with human cornea, iris-ciliary body, choroid, retina, vitreous humor, and sclera tissues for 18 hours, no metabolites were observed.

13.1 Carcinogenesis, Mutagenesis, Impairment Of Fertility

No adequate studies in animals have been conducted to determine whether OZURDEX® (dexamethasone intravitreal implant) has the potential for carcinogenesis.
Although no adequate studies have been conducted to determine the mutagenic potential of OZURDEX®, dexamethasone has been shown to have no mutagenic effects in bacterial and mammalian cells in vitro or in the in vivo mouse micronucleus test.
Adequate fertility studies have not been conducted in animals.

16 How Supplied/Storage And Handling

OZURDEX® (dexamethasone intravitreal implant) 0.7 mg is supplied in a foil pouch with 1 single-use plastic applicator, NDC 0023-3348-07.

Storage And Handling

Storage: Store at 15°-30°C (59°-86°F).

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