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US20030100610A1 US10281208 US28120802A US2003100610A1 US 20030100610 A1 US20030100610 A1 US 20030100610A1 US 10281208 US10281208 US 10281208 US 28120802 A US28120802 A US 28120802A US 2003100610 A1 US2003100610 A1 US 2003100610A1
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The use of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, C20:5 ω-3), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, C22:6 ω-3), or their pharmaceutically acceptable derivatives is described for the primary prevention of major cardiovascular events in subjects who have not undergone previous infarct episodes.

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  • The invention relates to the use of polyunsaturated fatty acids for the primary prevention of major cardiovascular events. [0001]
  • In particular, the invention concerns the use of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, C[0002] 20:5 ω-3), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, C22:6 ω-3), or their pharmaceutically acceptable derivatives, either alone or mixed together, for the primary prevention of major cardiovascular events.
  • The beneficial effects of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series on multiple risk factors for cardiovascular illnesses are well known; for example the patents IT 1235879, U.S. Pat. No. 5,502,077, U.S. Pat. No. 5,656,667 and U.S. Pat. No. 5,698,594 refer respectively to hypertriglyceridemia, defects of the cholesterol level and hypertension. However, each of the cited documents deal with the treatment of risk factors, not with real and proclaimed illnesses. [0003]
  • U.S. Pat. No. 5,753,703 describes the use of L-carnitine or its derivatives in association with polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series or their esters, in particular EPA and DHA, for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disorders, vascular pathologies, diabetic peripheral neuropathies, and atherosclerotic, thromboembolytic and tissue disorders. [0004]
  • EP-B-0409903 describes a process for preparing high concentration mixtures of EPA and DHA and/or their esters useful for treating hyperlipemia and related pathologies, thrombosis, cardiac infarct, platelet aggregation, as anticoagulants in the prevention of atherosclerosis, for the treatment of cerebral infarct, of lesions and occlusions caused by vasomotor spasms, of diabetes and its complications, of chronic and acute inflammations, of autoimmune symptoms, in the prevention of side effects caused by non-steroid anti-inflammatories at the gastrointestinal level and in tumour prevention. [0005]
  • CN 1082909 describes compositions based on ethyl esters of EPA and DHA and other polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series in association with soya phospholipids, oenothera odorata and ginkgetin, as antithrombotic and antidementia agents for treating for example dementia and infarct of the myocardium. [0006]
  • U.S. Pat. No. 5,760,081 describes a method for preventing imminent fibrillation of the myocardial ventricle by intravenous infusion of a composition containing EPA, where the subject at risk of imminent fibrillation has already often been the protagonist of an episode of infarct of the myocardium and where the infusion is effected within 3 hours of the infarct episode, possibly using intracardiac injection. These are always situations of extreme emergency and of parenteral intervention, for the specific treatment of ventricular fibrillation. [0007]
  • Swann et al., Clinical Drug Investigation 15 (6), 473, 1998 have also shown that the administration of EPA and DHA ethylesters, at a dose of 4 g per day, leads to a decrease in triglycerides and total apolipoprotein C III and to an increase in antithrombin III, in subjects-with abnormal plasmatic lipoprotein symptoms and have undergone an infarct of the myocardium, they having consequently suggested that an administration of these compositions can result in an improvement in the lipoprotein level and hence a decrease in the relative risk factors. [0008]
  • WO 00/48592 describes the use of a mixture of EPA and DHA ethylesters in quantities greater than 25 wt. % for preventing death, in particular “sudden death” in patients who have already suffered an infarct of the myocardium. This therefore represents the use of said mixture in so-called secondary death prevention, i.e. in subjects who have already suffered infarct. [0009]
  • The prevention of cardiovascular damage by means of fatty acid mixtures described in the state of the art is therefore focused on “secondary” prevention of cardiovascular damage. i.e. aimed at protecting a subject who has already suffered an infarct, whereas “primary” prevention of major cardiovascular events, i.e. prevention in subjects who, while affected by various pathologies of the cardiocirculatory and/or cardiorespiratory systems, have not yet suffered an infarct episode, constitutes a technical problem which is still felt in this sector. [0010]
  • According to a first aspect the invention relates to the use of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series for the preparation of a drug useful in the primary prevention of a major cardiovascular event in subjects who have not undergone previous infarct episodes, wherein the fatty acids comprise eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and/or docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and/or at least one pharmaceutically acceptable derivative thereof, in quantities greater than or equal to 25 wt % on the total fatty acid weight. [0011]
  • In the present description, the expression “polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series” means those long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, generally C[0012] 16-C24, containing fish oils, in particular those having a C20-C22 chain, which are predominant in purification processes.
  • The expression “major cardiovascular event” means in particular those events which involve reversible or irreversible cardiovascular damage, such as infarct of the myocardium and of individual coronary branches, death from cardiac causes, sudden death, etc., besides to infarct, broadly speaking, ictus etc., and those conditions prodromal to such major events, such as myocardial fibrillation, atrial and/or ventricular fibrillation, etc. Said major cardiovascular events are usually induced by various cardiocirculatory and cardiorespiratory pathologies such as coronary ischemic illness not displayed by previous infarct episodes, and by serious hypoxic/anoxic states caused by a sudden lack of oxygen (for example during anesthesia, surgery, etc.), possibly in the presence of conditions which contemplate an increase in the oxygen requirement (accentuated physical stress, drug abuse, acute hypertensive crises, etc.) and analogous acute and chronic pathologies due to cardiac defects of electrical and/or mechanical type. [0013]
  • The subjects affected by pathologies of the cardiocirculatory and cardiorespiratory system, hence not simply at prospective risk due to hypertriglyceridemia, hypertension or other, are representative of subjects definable at various levels as cardiopaths, by being affected, for example, by coronary ischemia detectable by coronarography, scintigraphy of the myocardium, electrocardiogram (ECG) under stress, etc., against which interventions of revascularization (angioplasty) or other possible pharmacological or invasive treatments have been proposed, and of subjects affected by electrical hyperexcitability of the myocardium cells, disorder of the diffusion of electrical excitement or of electrical conduction (arrhythmia, fibrillation, etc.) or by other defects of mechanical type (cardiac insufficiency, decompensation), possibly aggravated by concomitant pathologies such as diabetes. [0014]
  • The use of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the w-3 series according to the invention is particularly indicated if the occurrence of a major event is predicted, such as an infarct, in particular of the myocardium, death from a cardiological cause, or sudden death, and where such an occurrence takes place in cardiopathic subjects affected, for example, by coronary ischemia, arrhythmia, atrial and/or ventricular fibrillation, electrical hyperexcitability of the myocardium cells, disorder of the diffusion of electrical excitement or of electrical conduction of the myocardium, or cardiac disorders of mechanical type, for example cardiac insufficiency or cardiac decompensation, possibly affected by diabetic pathology concomitant with the cardiopathy. [0015]
  • Preferably, the content of EPA and/or DHA and/or of the at least one derivative thereof is between 50% and 100%, in particular between 75% and 95%, and more preferably about 85% by weight on the total fatty acid weight. The preferred EPA and/or DHA derivatives are selected from the corresponding C[0016] 1-C3 alkyl esters and/or from their salts with pharmaceutically acceptable bases such as sodium hydroxide, lysine, arginine or aminoalcohols such as choline. The ethylesters of EPA and DHA, in particular mixed together in any concentration and percentage, are the most preferred.
  • The drug is administered preferably orally, in particular in the form of soft gelatin capsules. For oral use, the unit dose generally comprises 100-1000 mg of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series, preferably 500-1000 mg or 300-500 mg, the total dose being usually around 0.1-3.0 g per day or per alternate day, according to the case concerned, and preferably 0.3-2.0 g per day and in particular 1.0 g per day. The effective dose of the drug suitable for the use of the invention is 1.0-60.0 mg/kg of body weight/day. [0017]
  • Other types of formulation for oral administration are also suitable for the purposes of the invention; for example hard capsules or tablets, in which the polyunsaturated fatty acids are adsorbed on solid supports. It is also possible to use emulsions, granulates in dispersing excipients, syrups, droplets, etc., and other forms of administration able to ensure systemic absorption of the drug, such as sterile solutions or emulsions and the like, suitable for parenteral use and the like, as evaluated by the expert of the art, on the basis of the severity of the pathology. [0018]
  • Those compositions illustrated in the European Pharmacopea 2000 (EuPh. 2000), containing quantities greater than or equal to 80 wt % of mixtures of EPA and DHA ethylesters and a total of ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid ethylesters greater than or equal to 90 wt % are also suitable for the purposes of the present invention. [0019]
  • The aforestated compositions and the drugs suitable for the use of the invention can be prepared by methods known to the expert of the art, such as those described in U.S. Pat. No. 5,130,061, WO 89/11521, IT 1235879, JP 02/25447, which are incorporated into the present description with regard to the method of preparation. [0020]
  • The drug suitable for use according to the present invention can also comprise other active principles and/or drugs, in association, possessing activity complementary to or synergic with that of the drug suitable for use according to the invention, and also at least one pharmaceutically acceptable vehicle and/or one diluent and/or one surfactant and/or one thickener and/or one binder and/or one lubricant and/or one aromatizer and/or one colorant and/or one stabilizer and the like, which can easily be selected by the expert of the art. Of the stabilizers, antioxidants such as vitamin E (tocopherol), ascorbyl palmitate, ascorbic acid, hydroxytoluene and the like, which can be easily selected by the expert of the art, are particularly preferred. [0021]
  • According to another aspect, the invention relates to a method for the primary prevention of a major cardiovascular event in subjects who have not undergone previous infarct episodes, comprising the administration of an effective dose of a drug comprising polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series as hereinbefore described. In particular, the method of the invention is indicated whenever the occurrence of a major cardiac event is predicted such as an infarct, in particular of the myocardium, death from a cardiological cause or sudden death.[0022]
  • The following examples illustrate the invention but without limiting it. [0023]
  • The compositions illustrated in the following table were prepared by the methods described in U.S. Pat. No. 5,130,061 (compositions A, C, D, F), IT 1235879 (composition B), JP 02/25447 (composition E) and WO 89/11521 (compositions G-I). [0024]
  • All the quantities indicated in the following table express percentages by weight on the total weight of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series. [0025]
    A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H2 I3
    EPA >40 >44 >40 >25 >80 >20 <15 >40 >40
    DHA >34 >30 >34 >20 <10 >25 >80 >30 >30
    EPA + DHA >85 >80 >80 >50 >80 >50 >85 >80 >80
    esters4 >3
    tot.esters5 >90
    α-tocopherol 0.03 0.03 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.03 0.1 0.1
  • EXAMPLE 2
  • The compositions illustrated in the following table, relative to soft gelatin capsules containing 1 g of polyunsaturated fatty acid ethyl esters, were prepared by methods known in the art. [0026]
    A (mg) B (mg) C (mg)
    EPA1 525 >400
    DHA1 315 >340
    EPA + DHA 850 >800
    Total ω-31 >900
    d-α-tocopherol 4 I.U. 4 I.U.
    d,I-α-tocopherol 0.3
    gelatin 246 246
    gelatin succinate 233
    glycerol 118 67 118
    OFR 2.27 2.27
    OFG 1.27 1.27
    SOB 1.09
    SPOB 0.54
  • Pharmacological Activity [0027]
  • The pharmacological activity of the compositions of the invention was evaluated on the basis of tests carried out on small laboratory animals (mouse, guinea pig, rat); this experimental model was chosen because of the ability to make rapid and highly reproducible verifications and to use a sufficiently large number of animals, such as to enable a statistically accurate evaluation of the results to be made without exposing the patient to risk, with evident ethical implications. [0028]
  • During the course of these tests, groups of animals were pretreated repeatedly with the formulations of Examples 1 and 2 and then, in comparison with untreated groups, were subjected to the action of cardiotoxic or respiration-depressive substances, then visually measuring protection against death, or—by means of elettrocardiographic recording—measuring the delay in the start of initial cardiac arrhythmia or of ventricular tachycardia and above all the delay in or the prevention of animal death due to sudden cardiac and/or respiratory arrest. [0029]
  • Using an analogous experimental model, cardiological pathology, coronary ischemia and a state of infarct were induced by coronary ligature instead of by cardiotoxic agents. [0030]
  • Test 1 [0031]
  • The experimental sudden death model was obtained by cardiac arrest induced by intravenous (i.v.) administration of a cardiotoxic agent (ouabain). In preliminary tests, various doses of ouabain were administered to non-anesthetized guinea pigs of both sexes of weight 300-380 g, in order to determine the minimum lethal dose for 100% of the animals within 15 minutes from i.v. injection (240 mg/kg, intravenously administered over 3 minutes). [0032]
  • Two groups of 20 guinea pigs were then treated with 50 and 100 mg/kg of a composition containing 85% of EPA and DHA ethylesters (Ex. 1, composition A) for 10 days. After 2 hours from the last administration the two groups of guinea pigs and a further untreated group, used as control, were treated with 240 mg/kg i.v. of ouabain, recording mortality within the subsequent 15 minutes. [0033]
  • Results expressed as survivors after 15 minutes: [0034]
    Controls 00/20
    50 mg/kg 11/20
    100 mg/kg 16/20
  • Test 2 [0035]
  • 3 groups of 15 male mice, initial weight 25-32 g, were treated orally for 15 days with physiological solution (control group) and with 50 or 100 mg/kg of a composition containing 85% of EPA and DHA ethylesters (Ex. 1, composition A). [0036]
  • 60 minutes after the end of the last treatment, the animals of all the groups were treated with sodium pentabarbital i.p. (50 mg/kg) and then with aconitine i.v. (0.25 mg/kg). The times of appearance of cardiac arrhythmia (deviation >5 seconds from the normal sinus rhythm), of ventricular fibrillation and of cardiac arrest were determined by electrocardiograph recording. Results expressed as mean±standard deviation (seconds) on the positive animals. [0037]
    T t1 (sec) t2 (sec) t3 (sec) S
    C 123 ± 12 174 ± 7 214 ± 32 00/15
    (15/15) (15/15) (15/15)
    50 mg/kg 168 ± 8 235 ± 16 350 ± 26 09/15
    (08/15) (06/15) (06/15)
    100 mg/kg 195 ± 15 284 ± 18 378 ± 35 12/15
    (05/15) (03/15) (03/15)
  • Test 3 [0038]
  • 2 groups of 20 male rats, initial weight 310-350 g, were treated orally for 15 days with physiological solution (control group) and with 100 mg/kg of a composition containing >80% of EPA and DHA ethylesters (Ex. 1, composition B). The rats of the 2 groups were then anesthetized with sodium pentobarbital i.p. (50 mg/kg), then subjected to ligature of the left anterior descending coronary artery, which allows blood flow to the left ventricle, so inducing an acute ischemic state of the myocardium. During the subsequent 15 minutes the duration of ventricular fibrillation was recorded by ECG, this either resolving itself spontaneously or concluding with sudden death. [0039]
  • Results [0040]
    T F (sec) Mortality S (%)
    C 190 ± 24 16/20 20
    (18/20)
    100 mg/kg 55 ± 5 01/20 95
    (04/20)
  • Test 4 [0041]
  • The experimental model implemented for sudden death by respiratory arrest involves its inducement by chloroform inhalation. [0042]
  • 4 groups of 10 male mice, initial weight 26-32 g, were treated orally for 5 days with physiological solution (control group) and with 10, 30 and 60 mg/kg of a composition containing 80% of EPA and DHA ethylesters (Ex. 1, composition C). [0043]
  • 60 minutes after the end of the last treatment, the animals were exposed to chloroform until respiratory arrest had occurred. The animals were then checked for tachyarrhythmia of the myocardium induced by the hypoxic state, this either resolving itself spontaneously within the next 15 minutes or concluding with death of the animal. [0044]
  • Results [0045]
    Protection from
    Treatment tachyarrhythmia Survivals
    Control 00/10 03/10
    10 mg/kg 04/10 06/10
    30 mg/kg 07/10 08/10
    60 mg/kg 09/10 10/10
  • Test 5 [0046]
  • 2 groups of 20 male rats were treated as on Test 3, with physiological solution and with the same EPA and DHA composition (Example 1, composition B). [0047]
  • Ligature of the circumflex coronary artery was then effected, with consequent reduction in the contractile capacity of the myocardium and of the ejection fraction. The mortality of 18/20 animals of the control group fell to 4/20 of the treated group, during the course of the subsequent 60 minutes. [0048]
  • The clinical results of the tests demonstrate the pharmacological activity of the polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series in the primary prevention of major cardiovascular events in subjects who have not undergone previous infarct episodes. [0049]

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1. Use of polyunsaturated fatty acids of the ω-3 series for the preparation of a drug useful in the primary prevention of a major cardiovascular event in subjects who have not undergone previous infarct episodes, wherein the fatty acids comprise eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and/or docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and/or at least one pharmaceutically acceptable derivative thereof, in quantities greater than or equal to 25 wt % on the total fatty acid weight.
2. Use as claimed in claim 1, wherein the major cardiovascular event is infarct.
3. Use as claimed in claim 1, wherein the major cardiovascular event is infarct of the myocardium.
4. Use as claimed in claim 1, wherein the major cardiovascular event is death from a cardiological cause.
5. Use as claimed in claim 1, wherein the major cardiovascular event is sudden death.
6. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the subjects are cardiopathic.
7. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the subjects are affected by coronary ischemia.
8. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the subjects are affected by arrhythmia, fibrillation, electrical hyperexcitability of the myocardium cells, disorder of diffusion of the electrical excitement and of electrical conduction of the myocardium.
9. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the subjects are affected by cardiac disorders of mechanical type.
10. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the subjects are affected by cardiac insufficiency.
11. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the subjects are affected by cardiac decompensation.
12. Use as claimed in any one of claims from 6 to 11, wherein the subjects are affected by diabetic pathology concomitant with cardiopathy.
13. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the content of EPA and/or DHA and/or of the at least one derivative thereof is between 50% and 100% by weight on the total fatty acid weight.
14. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the content of EPA and/or DHA and/or of the at least one derivative thereof is between 75% and 95% by weight on the total fatty acid weight.
15. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the content of EPA and/or DHA and/or of the at least one derivative thereof is equal to about 85% by weight on the total fatty acid weight.
16. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the at least one derivative of EPA and/or DHA is selected from the corresponding C1-C3 alkyl esters and/or acids and/or salts with pharmaceutically acceptable bases.
17. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the drug comprises EPA ethylester and/or DHA ethylester.
18. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the drug is administered orally.
19. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the drug is in the form of soft gelatin capsules.
20. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the drug is administered at a dose of 0.1-3.0 g per day.
21. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the drug is administered at a dose of 0.3-2.0 g per day.
22. Use as claimed in any one of the preceding claims, wherein the drug is administered at a dose of 1.0 g per day.
23. A method for the primary prevention of a major cardiovascular event in subjects who have not undergone previous infarct episodes, comprising the administration of an effective dose of a drug claimed in any one of the preceding claims.
24. A method as claimed in the preceding claim, wherein the major cardiovascular event is infarct.
25. A method as claimed in claim 23, wherein the major cardiovascular event is infarct of the myocardium.
26. A method as claimed in claim 23, wherein the major cardiovascular event is death from a cardiological cause.
27. A method as claimed in claim 23, wherein the major cardiovascular event is sudden death.
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