Primary Safety Objective: To test the hypothesis that a strategy of monitoring for rejection that introduces AlloSure into clinical practice does not lead to inferior renal allograft outcomes when compared to a strategy of monitoring for rejection that does not include AlloSure. Primary Efficacy Objective: To test the hypothesis that a strategy of monitoring for rejection that introduces non-invasive AlloSure testing as part of clinical care results in a reduction in the number of renal biopsies performed when compared to a strategy of clinical care without the use of AlloSure testing. Secondary Safety Objectives: Include the assessment of other safety endpoints such as graft survival and graft function. Secondary Efficacy Objectives: To confirm AlloSure test performance characteristics in discrimination of active rejection and to describe the impact of AlloSure use and results on patient management.
This is a multicenter, non-blinded, prospective observational cohort study of 1000 patients enrolled in an AlloSure testing registry, including 300 patients at centers with planned renal surveillance biopsies at 12 months post-transplantation. The other 700 patients will be from centers that do not perform protocol surveillance biopsies. This registry study does not provide any medical care. Outcomes in this sub-cohort, which represents the majority of the intended use population in the U.S., will be compared to the outcomes of the test and control cohorts.More
University of Colorado Hospital
Erik Stites, MD
Protocol Number: 17-2267
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