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Apr. 07, 2021
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Integrase Inhibitors

Bictegravir

Bictegravir (BIC)
Bictegravir (BIC)
Formulations
Bictegravir is available only in a fixed-dose combination (FDC) tablet.

Fixed-Dose Combination Tablet:
  • [Biktarvy] Bictegravir 50 mg/emtricitabine 200 mg/tenofovir alafenamide 25 mg

When using FDC tablets, refer to other sections of the Drug Appendix for information about the individual components of the FDC. See also Appendix A, Table 2. Antiretroviral Fixed-Dose Combination Tablets: Minimum Body Weights and Considerations for Use in Children and Adolescents.

For additional information, see Drugs@FDA or DailyMed.

Dosing Recommendations Selected Adverse Events
[Biktarvy] Bictegravir/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Alafenamide (TAF)
Neonate or Child Aged <2 years and Weighing <14 kg:
  • No data currently are available on the appropriate dose of Biktarvy in children aged <2 years and weighing <14 kg. Studies are being conducted to identify the appropriate dose for this age and weight group.
Child (Aged >2 years and Weighing 14 to <25 kg) Dose:
  • Currently, data are limited on the appropriate dose of Biktarvy in children aged <6 years and weighing 14 to <25 kg. Studies are being conducted to identify the safety and efficacy of a low-dose Biktarvy tablet. See the Pediatric Use section below.

Child and Adolescent (Weighing ≥25 kg) and Adult Dose:

  • One tablet once daily with or without food. The Food and Drug Administration approved Biktarvy for use only in antiretroviral therapy-naive patients or to replace the current antiretroviral (ARV) regimen in patients who have been virologically suppressed (HIV RNA <50 copies/mL) on a stable ARV regimen and who have no history of treatment failure and no known mutations associated with resistance to the individual components of Biktarvy. Some members on the Panel on Antiretroviral Therapy and Medical Management of Children Living (the Panel) with HIV members recommend the use of Biktarvy in patients with prior treatment failure and who have the virus containing the M184V mutation (see Efficacy in Clinical Trials in Adults below).
  • Diarrhea, nausea, headache
Special Instructions
  • Administer Biktarvy with or without food. See the Drug Interactions section below for guidance when administering Biktarvy with antacids or iron or calcium supplements.
  • Screen patients for hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection before using emtricitabine (FTC) or TAF. Severe acute exacerbation of HBV can occur when discontinuing FTC or TAF; therefore, monitor hepatic function for several months after halting therapy with FTC or TAF.
Metabolism/Elimination
  • Bictegravir is metabolized by cytochrome P450 3A4 and uridine diphosphate glucuronosyltransferase 1A1.
Biktarvy Dosing in Patients with Hepatic Impairment
  • Biktarvy is not recommended for use in patients with severe hepatic impairment.
Biktarvy Dosing in Patients with Renal Impairment
  • Biktarvy is not recommended for use in patients with estimated creatinine clearance <30 mL/min.

Drug Interactions (see also the Adult and Adolescent Antiretroviral Guidelines and the HIV Drug Interaction Checker)

  • Metabolism: Bictegravir (BIC) is a substrate of cytochrome P450 3A4 and uridine diphosphate glucuronosyltransferase (UGT) 1A1. Tenofovir alafenamide (TAF) is a substrate of P-glycoprotein and UGT1A1. Coadministration of the fixed-dose combination (FDC) tablet bictegravir/emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide (BIC/FTC/TAF; Biktarvy) and rifampin is contraindicated.1,2
  • Renal effects: BIC is an inhibitor of organic cation transporter 2 and multidrug and toxin extrusion protein 1, so it decreases tubular secretion of creatinine. This increases serum creatinine and reduces estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) with no change in glomerular function. Drugs that decrease renal function could reduce clearance of FTC.
  • Absorption: Administering BIC concurrently with antacids lowers the plasma concentrations of BIC. This occurs because of the formation of complexes in the gastrointestinal tract and not because of changes in gastric pH. Chelation by high concentrations of divalent cations, such as iron, decreases absorption of integrase strand transfer inhibitors (INSTIs), including elvitegravir and BIC. For this reason, Biktarvy should be administered at least 2 hours before or 6 hours after antacids and supplements or multivitamins that contain iron, calcium, aluminum, magnesium, and/or zinc3 when Biktarvy is given on an empty stomach. Biktarvy and antacids or supplements that contain calcium or iron can be taken together with food.

Major Toxicities

  • More common: Diarrhea, nausea, headache. In two clinical trials, total bilirubin increased by up to 2.5 times the upper limit of normal in 12% of patients who received Biktarvy. In general, however, bilirubin increase was quite mild and did not lead to drug discontinuations in these trials.2 BIC may cause an increase in creatine kinase concentration. Weight gain has been reported in adults who were receiving Biktarvy (see Table 15h−Lypodystrophies and Weight Gain).
  • Less common (more severe): Severe immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome may be more common with INSTIs than with other antiretroviral (ARV) agents.

Resistance

The International Antiviral Society-USA (IAS-USA) maintains a list of updated resistance mutations and the Stanford University HIV Drug Resistance Database offers a discussion of each mutation.

Pediatric Use

Approval

BIC, which is available only as part of the FDC tablet BIC/FTC/TAF (Biktarvy), was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2018 for use in adults and in 2019 for use in children or adolescents weighing ≥25 kg. Biktarvy is FDA approved for patients who have no ARV treatment history or to replace current ARV regimens in patients who have been virologically suppressed (HIV RNA <50 copies/mL) on a stable ARV regimen for at least 3 months, with no history of treatment failure, and no known mutations associated with resistance to the individual components of the FDC.2 However, some Panel members recommend the use of Biktarvy in patients with prior treatment failure and who have the virus containing the M184V mutation (see Efficacy in Clinical Trials in Adults below).

Efficacy in Clinical Trials in Adults

In a short-term Phase 1 study, BIC monotherapy at doses of BIC 50 mg or BIC 100 mg was well tolerated. Three out of eight participants in both of these dosing groups achieved HIV RNA <50 copies/mL within 11 days.4 The efficacy (defined as viral load suppression to HIV RNA <50 copies/mL) and safety (as measured by the incidence of study drug discontinuation or death) of Biktarvy were similar to the efficacy and safety of comparator regimens in two Phase 3 randomized trials in treatment-naive adults. Viral load suppression occurred in 89% of participants who received coformulated BIC 50 mg/FTC 200 mg/TAF 25 mg (n = 320) and in 93% of participants who received a regimen of dolutegravir (DTG) 50 mg plus FTC 200 mg plus TAF 25 mg (n = 325). Study drug discontinuation occurred in 1% of participants in both groups.

In a separate trial, viral load suppression occurred in 92% of participants who received BIC/FTC/TAF (n = 314) and in 93% of participants who received coformulated abacavir 600 mg/dolutegravir 50 mg/lamivudine 300 mg (ABC/DTG/3TC) (n = 315). Study drug discontinuation was not reported for any of the participants who received BIC/FTC/TAF, although it did occur in 1% of participants who received ABC/DTG/3TC.2,5 Studies that randomized virologically suppressed patients who were on stable ARV regimens to either continue their current regimens or switch to coformulated BIC/FTC/TAF have shown that BIC/FTC/TAF has similar safety and efficacy to existing regimens. Viral load suppression occurred in 94% of participants who were randomized to switch to BIC/FTC/TAF (n = 282) and in 95% of participants who continued taking ABC/DTG/3TC (n = 281). Study drug discontinuation was reported in 2% of participants who received BIC/FTC/TAF and 1% of participants who received ABC/DTG/3TC. Ninety-two percent of participants who were randomized to switch to BIC/FTC/TAF (n = 290) achieved viral load suppression, whereas 89% of participants who continued receiving atazanavir-based or darunavir-based combination ARV regimens (n = 287) achieved viral load suppression. Study drug discontinuation occurred in 1% of participants in both groups.2

Initial studies in participants switching to BIC/FTC/TAF from stable antiretroviral therapy (ART) required undetectable viral load for 3 or 6 months and no proven or presumed preexisting resistance to any of the components of BIC/FTC/TAF.2,6,7 Further analysis of data from these studies used proviral genotyping and showed presence of M184V/I mutation in 54 (10%) of 543 BIC/FTC/TAF-treated participants. Presence of this mutation did not affect viral load suppression with Week-48 HIV RNA <50 copies/mL in 52 (96%) of 54 participants with archived M184V/I mutations, compared with Week-48 HIV RNA <50 copies/mL in 561 (98%) of 570 participants without the mutation.8 A study to measure the effect of preexisting nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI) mutations on virologic outcome in participants switching from a stable regimen to BIC/FTC/TAF showed Week-48 HIV RNA <50 copies/mL in 223 (94%) of 237 participants without M184V/I resistance and in 42 (89%) of 47 participants with M184V/I mutations at baseline.9,10 At Week 48, HIV RNA <50 copies/mL was maintained in 199 (93%) of 213 participants with no NRTI resistance mutation and in 66 (93%) of 71 participants with any NRTI resistance mutation, including K65R/E/N, any number of thymidine analogue mutations (M41L, D67N, K70R, L210W, T215F/Y, and K219Q/E/R/N), T69 insertions, T69D, K70E/G/M/Q/S/T, L74I/V, V75A/S/M/T, Y115F, Q151M, or M184V/I.9 That study required pre-enrollment virologic suppression for 6 months in those with suspected NRTI resistance and 3 months for those without suspected NRTI resistance.9 In practice, Panel members have used BIC/FTC/TAF even in patients with detectable viral load, prior ARV failure, or preexisting NRTI mutations; this is based on the premise that the ability to simplify multi-pill or multi-dose regimens to a single small pill, once daily, can overcome possible resistance barriers with definite adherence benefits.11

Pharmacokinetics

Pharmacokinetic (PK) studies of “full strength” Biktarvy, which contains BIC 50 mg, have been performed in adults, adolescents aged 12 years to <18 years who weigh ≥35 kg, and children aged 6 years to <12 years who weigh ≥25 kg. PK studies of “low-dose” Biktarvy, which contains BIC 30 mg, have been performed in children aged ≥2 years weighing 14 to <25 kg.12 These studies show a higher BIC Cmax in the younger cohorts than in the older cohorts, perhaps because the administered dose is higher on a mg/kg basis (see Table A below). The lower Ctrough and higher Cmax in the younger age/lower body weight cohorts suggest more rapid clearance in children and adolescents than in adults. Even though the mean serum trough concentrations in the child and adolescent cohorts are similar, there is a higher variability among the serum trough concentrations of the child cohort than among those of the adolescent or adult cohort. This leads to a lower geometric mean ratio when Cmin is compared to adult values, and the lower 90% confidence interval (CI) for the child cohort suggests that some patients have quite rapid clearance (see Table B below). This raises the concern that some of the patients in the youngest age/lowest body weight cohorts may experience suboptimal trough concentrations, which may lead to less “pharmacologic forgiveness” in persons with lower adherence (see Table B).13

Table A. Bictegravir Pharmacokinetics in Children, Adolescents, and Adults with HIV
PK Parameters Children
Aged ≥2 Years and Weighing ≥14 to <25 kg12
Children
Aged 6 Years to <12 Years and Weighing ≥25 kg14
Adolescents
Aged 12 Years to <18 Years and Weighing ≥35 kg15
Adults2
Dose (mg) 30 50 50 50
Dose for Lowest Weight in the Cohort (mg/kg) 2.14 2 1.43 1.25a
AUCtau ng•h/mL

Mean (CV%)
109,000 (24) 121,000 (36) 109,668 (31) 102,000 (26.9)
Cmax ng/mL

Mean (CV%)
10,100 (21) 11,000 (28) 8,087 (30) 6,150 (22.9)
Ctau ng/mL

Mean (CV%)
2,000 (78) 2,370 (79) 2,327 (49) 2,610 (35)
a This dose was calculated using 40 kg as the lowest weight for adults.

Key: AUCtau = area under the concentration time curve over the dosing interval; Cmax = maximum serum concentration; Ctau = trough serum concentration at the end of the dosing interval; CV = coefficient of variation; PK = pharmacokinetic

Table B. Bictegravir Pharmacokinetics in Children and Adolescents with HIV

Cohort Characteristics Dose (mg) Dose for Lowest Weight in Cohort
(mg/kg)
GMR% (90% CI) Compared to Adult Valuesa
AUCtau Cmax Ctau
Aged ≥2 Years and Weighing ≥14 to <25 kg12 30 2.14 109 (96.7, 122) 166 (149, 184) 67.7 (49.6, 92.4)
Aged 6 Years to <12 Years and Weighing ≥25 kg14 50 2 116 (104–130) 177 (162–194) 78.3 (63.4–96.7)
Aged 12 Years to <18 Years and Weighing ≥35 kg15 50 1.43 107 (97–118) 130 (119–143) 86 (74–100)
a In this table, child and adolescent PK values are compared to the PK values of adults who received BIC 50 mg. The dose for the lowest weight in the adult cohort was 1.25 mg/kg; this was calculated using 40 kg as the lowest weight for adults.

Key: AUCtau = area under the concentration time curve over the dosing interval; BIC = bictegravir; Cmax = maximum serum concentration; Ctau = trough serum concentration at the end of the dosing interval; CI = confidence interval; GMR = geometric mean ratio; PK = pharmacokinetic

Use of Biktarvy in Adolescents Aged 12 Years to <18 Years

BIC 50 mg/FTC 200 mg/TAF 25 mg (Biktarvy) was administered to adolescents aged 12 years to <18 years who weighed ≥35 kg and who had had viral loads of <50 copies/mL for ≥6 months on their previous ARV regimens. The drug was well tolerated, and it was associated with a fall in eGFR that was similar to the one seen in adult studies. This decrease in eGFR was related to changes in tubular secretion of creatinine and was not a true change in glomerular function. While the area under the curve (AUC) and Cmax for BIC were similar in adolescents and adults, the mean BIC trough concentration in adolescents aged 12 years to <18 years was 2,327 ng/mL (with a coefficient of variation [CV] of 49%); in adults, the mean BIC trough concentration was 2,610 ng/mL (CV 35%). The geometric mean ratio of the adolescent/adult trough concentration was 86% (90% CI, 74% to 100%). All 24 participants in the study had viral loads <50 copies/mL at Week 24.15

Use of Biktarvy in Children Aged 6 Years to <12 Years Weighing ≥25 kg

BIC 50 mg/FTC 200 mg/TAF 25 mg was administered to children aged 6 years to <12 years who weighed ≥25 kg and who had had viral loads <50 copies/mL for ≥6 months on their current ARV regimens. Despite a high AUC and Cmax, the drug combination was well tolerated, with a fall in eGFR similar to that seen in adult studies. There was higher variability among the serum trough concentrations of the child cohort than among those of the adolescent or adult cohort, and a lower geometric mean ratio when Cmin was compared with adult values (Table B), although population PK modeling suggested a Cmin comparable to adult values.16 All 50 participants in the study had viral loads <50 copies/mL at Week 12; similarly, all 26 participants with data up to Week 24 had viral loads <50 copies/mL.14

The two studies described above were combined and carried to 48 weeks, at which time 74 of 75 participants had viral loads <50 copies/mL.16

Use of Low-Dose Biktarvy in Children Aged ≥2 years Weighing 14 to <25 kg

Low-dose Biktarvy tablets consisting of BIC 30 mg/FTC 120 mg/TAF15 mg were administered to children aged ≥2 years weighing 14 to <25 kg and who had viral load <50 copies/mL on stable ART. PK evaluation showed high AUC and Cmax, similar to those in patients aged 6 years to <12 years who weighed ≥25 kg, but the Cmin was lower (Table A), and there was a lower geometric mean ratio when Cmin was compared with adult values (Table B).12 In general, the low-dose tablet was well tolerated over 24 weeks in the 12 children studied. Three participants experienced adverse events considered related to study drug: neutropenia, abdominal pain, irritability, and social avoidant behavior. Grade 3 or 4 laboratory abnormalities were decreased neutrophils in two participants and increased creatinine in one participant. At 24 weeks, the mean (standard deviation) change in CD4 cell count was −66 (180.7) cells/μL and the change in CD4 % was −0.9 (4.6). HIV RNA at <50 copies/mL was maintained in all participants at 24 weeks.17 Further study with longer follow-up is ongoing before FDA submission, so the low-dose tablets are not yet available for use. 

References

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  2. Food and Drug Administration. Bictegravir/emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide (biktarvy) [package insert]. 2021. Available at: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2019/210251s006lbl.pdf.
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Integrase Inhibitors

Bictegravir

Bictegravir (BIC)
Bictegravir (BIC)
Formulations
Bictegravir is available only in a fixed-dose combination (FDC) tablet.

Fixed-Dose Combination Tablet:
  • [Biktarvy] Bictegravir 50 mg/emtricitabine 200 mg/tenofovir alafenamide 25 mg

When using FDC tablets, refer to other sections of the Drug Appendix for information about the individual components of the FDC. See also Appendix A, Table 2. Antiretroviral Fixed-Dose Combination Tablets: Minimum Body Weights and Considerations for Use in Children and Adolescents.

For additional information, see Drugs@FDA or DailyMed.

Dosing Recommendations Selected Adverse Events
[Biktarvy] Bictegravir/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Alafenamide (TAF)
Neonate or Child Aged <2 years and Weighing <14 kg:
  • No data currently are available on the appropriate dose of Biktarvy in children aged <2 years and weighing <14 kg. Studies are being conducted to identify the appropriate dose for this age and weight group.
Child (Aged >2 years and Weighing 14 to <25 kg) Dose:
  • Currently, data are limited on the appropriate dose of Biktarvy in children aged <6 years and weighing 14 to <25 kg. Studies are being conducted to identify the safety and efficacy of a low-dose Biktarvy tablet. See the Pediatric Use section below.

Child and Adolescent (Weighing ≥25 kg) and Adult Dose:

  • One tablet once daily with or without food. The Food and Drug Administration approved Biktarvy for use only in antiretroviral therapy-naive patients or to replace the current antiretroviral (ARV) regimen in patients who have been virologically suppressed (HIV RNA <50 copies/mL) on a stable ARV regimen and who have no history of treatment failure and no known mutations associated with resistance to the individual components of Biktarvy. Some members on the Panel on Antiretroviral Therapy and Medical Management of Children Living (the Panel) with HIV members recommend the use of Biktarvy in patients with prior treatment failure and who have the virus containing the M184V mutation (see Efficacy in Clinical Trials in Adults below).
  • Diarrhea, nausea, headache
Special Instructions
  • Administer Biktarvy with or without food. See the Drug Interactions section below for guidance when administering Biktarvy with antacids or iron or calcium supplements.
  • Screen patients for hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection before using emtricitabine (FTC) or TAF. Severe acute exacerbation of HBV can occur when discontinuing FTC or TAF; therefore, monitor hepatic function for several months after halting therapy with FTC or TAF.
Metabolism/Elimination
  • Bictegravir is metabolized by cytochrome P450 3A4 and uridine diphosphate glucuronosyltransferase 1A1.
Biktarvy Dosing in Patients with Hepatic Impairment
  • Biktarvy is not recommended for use in patients with severe hepatic impairment.
Biktarvy Dosing in Patients with Renal Impairment
  • Biktarvy is not recommended for use in patients with estimated creatinine clearance <30 mL/min.

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