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candida glabrata fungemia. clinical features of 139 patients.candida species are now the fourth leading cause of nosocomial bloodstream infection in hospitalized patients, and non-candida albicans species now surpass candida albicans. the clinical features of the most common non-candida albicans species, candida (torulopsis) glabrata, have not been well studied. we retrospectively reviewed the clinical features of 139 patients with c. glabrata blood-stream infection over a period of 7 years. the mean age of patients was 62 years, and the most common admit ...199910424204
clinical correlates with diaper dermatitis.three types of clinical studies were carried out to better understand diaper dermatitis in a general infant population. in 'snapshot' clinical studies, skin condition under the diaper was evaluated at a given point in time across a large base of infants. correlations were sought between diaper dermatitis incidence and severity and a number of factors, including sex, diet, maturity, type of diaper, history of allergy, contact with fecal matter, presence of candida albicans, and diaper change freq ...19873299331
antimicrobial agents from higher plants. the quaternary alkaloids of ptelea trifoliata.quaternary alkaloid extracts of ptelea trifoliata showed potentially interesting antimicrobial activity. chromatographic examination showed the presence of six components. of these, choline and o-4-methyl ptelefolinium were known compounds. rational structures are proposed for the new alkaloids, o-4-methylhydroxyluninium, neohydroxylunine and pteleatinium salts. pteleatinium salt is responsible for the antimicrobial activity of the extracts of the plant.19751094214
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