Canterbury DHB



See the AML19 Trial Information.

AML19 APML trial uses the AIDA arm only of AML17. There are no randomisations, but it is hoped this will change in future, possibly with the use of oral arsenic. We encourage patients treated with AIDA to be registered with the trial so the data can be collected. See AML chapter or the protocol for inclusion/exclusion criteria for patients to be registered onto the trial.

Read the protocol before prescribing treatment.

Patients who do not consent to being registered with the trial will be treated with the same AIDA protocol or with intravenous arsenic.

Note: Beware of differentiation (ATRA) Syndrome (see below). You must read this section before starting induction treatment.

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Supportive Care

Remission Criteria

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October 2018

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