[changes in the epidemiology of fungaemia and fluconazole susceptibility of blood isolates during the last 10 years in spain: results from the fungemyca study].recent epidemiological surveillance studies have reported an increase in fungaemia caused by non-candida albicans species, as well as a decrease in fluconazole susceptibility.201121376831
candidemia in major burns patients.major burn patients have characteristics that make them especially susceptible to candidemia, but few studies focused on this have been published. the objectives were to evaluate the epidemiological, microbiological and clinical aspects of candidemia in major burn patients, determining factors associated with a poorer prognosis and mortality. we conducted a retrospective observational study of candidemia between 1996 and 2012 in major burn patients admitted to the la fe university hospital, vale ...201626931414
candidemia at a tertiary-care hospital: epidemiology, treatment, clinical outcome and risk factors for death.the demographic, clinical and microbiological data of patients with candidemia at the "hopital universitario la fe", a tertiary-care hospital in valencia, spain, from 1995 to 1997 was analyzed retrospectively. candida spp. were isolated in blood cultures from 145 patients, 32% of whom were children (25% of these were neonates). the most common species isolated was candida albicans, followed by candida parapsilosis, candida krusei and candida tropicalis. risk factors for candidemia included under ...200212461585
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