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Efficacies Of Echinocandins Versus Azoles Antifungal Agents Against Candida Albicans And Candida Dubliniensis Isolate
Author: Heba A. Mohtady, Takwa E Meawed, Amani Nassar And Nermin Samir
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
10 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/751
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Invasive infections caused by Candida species had been increasing worldwide in last decades. The most frequently isolated Candida species is C.albicans, but non-albicans Candida(NAC) is increasing cause of significant morbidity and mortality in seriously ill patients.Exogenous and endogenous predisposing factors render some individuals more vulnerable to infections by genus Candida such as HIV-infected patients, those under chemotherapy, broad spectrumantibiotics and corticosteroids for long time, terminally ill patients with hematologic diseases, transplanted patients, and patients with diabetes mellitus.

 

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