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  • n. Alternative form of candidemia.

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Examples

  • Health Protection Agency figures show that in 2009 there were more than 1,500 cases of candidaemia - where the fungus enters the blood - in Britain.

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  • Tortorano AM, Peman J, Bernhardt H, Klingspor L, Kibbler CC, et al. (2004) Epidemiology of candidaemia in Europe: results of 28-month European Confederation of Medical Mycology (ECMM) hospital-based surveillance study.

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  • In general, antifungal medicines for candidaemia should be given for at least 14 days after the last positive culture.

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  • Anidulafungin has been shown to be at least as effective as fluconazole in a study of 245 patients, the majority of whom had candidaemia.

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  • In general, antifungal medicines for candidaemia should be given for at least 14 days after the last positive culture. 3

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  • (mostly candidaemia) showed anidulafungin to achieve superior global success rate compared to fluconazole at the end of IV therapy (primary endpoint at two weeks): 75. 6% vs 60. 2%, p = 0.01

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  • (mostly candidaemia) showed anidulafungin to achieve superior global success rate compared to fluconazole at the end of IV therapy (primary endpoint at two weeks): 75. 6\% vs 60. 2\%, p = 0.01

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