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This study shows an epidemiological shift to higher NAC species isolation rates, with 100% susceptibility to amphotericin B in all isolates either C. albicans or NAC species, and 100% susceptibility to flconazole among C. dubliensis and C. famata. Patients aged > 64 years, admission to adult ICUs, mechanical ventilation and steroid therapy were signifiant risk factors for increased mortality due to candidemia.
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