Identifying patients who could
benefit from a new option

Patient Profile: Donna

Not an actual patient

Could comorbidities impact your treatment decision?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 61-year-old female presents to a general medicine physician with a 2-day history of:
    • Cough with purulent sputum and shortness of breath
    • Left-sided chest pain
    • Fatigue, malaise, loss of appetite
    • Appears weak and flushed
  • Medical history
    • Hypertension
    • Elevated HbA1c of 9 (correlating to average blood sugar of >200)
    • Diabetes mellitus type 2
    • Non-compliance with oral hypoglycemic medication
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efficacy results

Patient Profile: Charlie

Not an actual patient

Can a different class be beneficial in the outpatient setting?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 64-year-old male presents to his pulmonologist with a 3-day history of:
    • Cough with increased sputum production along with changes in color (thicker, yellow) and increasing shortness of breath
    • Right-sided chest pain that worsens when coughing
    • Fever, weakness, and loss of appetite
  • Medical history:
    • COPD, GOLD 2 criterion (FEV1 is 50%-79% of predicted)
    • Treated 10 days ago with 5-day course of azithromycin for acute exacerbation of chronic bacterial bronchitis 2 weeks ago
    • 1-2 exacerbations per year not requiring hospitalization
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    efficacy results

Patient Profile: Robert

Not an actual patient

Could younger patients be at high risk?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 48-year-old male presents to urgent care with 4-day history of:
    • Productive cough
    • Pleuritic chest pain
    • Generalized malaise and fever
  • Medical history:
    • Recreational athlete with previous knee injury
    • Confirmed beta-lactam allergy via skin test
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efficacy results

Patient Profile: Andrew

Not an actual patient

Can transition to oral shorten length of stay?

Clinical presentation and medical history

  • 60-year-old male presents to ED with 6-day history of:
    • Increasing cough with sputum production
    • Fatigue and insomnia
  • Diabetes type 2, on oral agents, poorly controlled
  • Obesity
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efficacy results

COPD=chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; ED=emergency department; FEV1=forced expiratory volume in 1 second; GOLD=Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease; HbA1c=hemoglobin A1c.