fungemia


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fun·ge·mi·a

n. fungemia, presencia de hongos en la sangre.
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such as fungemia, respiratory mycosis and gastrointestinal mycosis.
Although probiotic preparations are generally well tolerated, in rare cases sepsis due to Saccharomyces fungemia or Lactobacillus bacteremia has occurred after oral administration of the respective probiotic agent.
Recently, the LUMC ASP implemented a policy that mandates an ID evaluation or consultation for patients with Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) infections (except urinary isolates), Candida auris infections, fungemia, nocardiosis, mucormycosis, cryptococcosis, multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacteremia from any of the following pathogens: daptomycin and vancomycin-resistant enterococci, daptomycin-resistant S.
(5) C glabrata can cause fungemia, urinary tract infections, sometimes pneumonia or other focal lesions.
Although these microorganisms act as commensals, the number of immunocompromised patients in society has substantially increased and Candida species have been identified in various infections, particularly in fungemia (Kurtzman et al., 2011).
Clinical suspicion of any infection that may be associated with bacteraemia or fungemia such as meningitis, cholangitis, endocarditis and osteomyelitis warrant the cultural examination of the patient's blood.
auris fungemia at a 300-bed community hospital, attached to a 450-bed nursing home, in Brooklyn, NY, USA.
variotii has been implicated in endocarditis, fungemia, and osteomyelitis, among other diseases (Steiner et al., 2013).
(32) In addition, species of Candida non-albicans are increasingly reported in cases of fungemia. (33) Thus, the discovery of new antifungals with effects also on species of Candida non-albicans is necessary.
Exclusion criteria included age less than 18 years, contaminated blood cultures, hematologic malignancy, chemotherapy, fungemia, HIV infection and parasitic infections that increase the value of eosinophils.
Recent studies have shown that hyperglycemia during induction therapy is associated with higher infectious complications in pediatric patients with ALL, including bacteremia, fungemia and cellulitis, resulting in poorer survival5.