Mucocutaneous and invasive candidiasis
among very low birth weight (less than 1,500 grams) infants in intensive care nurseries: a prospective study.
Breakthrough invasive candidiasis
in patients on micafungin.
This was decided based on the fact that invasive candidiasis
is difficult to diagnose [5,18,19] and that candida colonization of non-sterile sites, although non-specific, can be a marker of systemic disease [18,19].
Nine infants developed invasive candidiasis
and six of them died during the 2 years prior to introduction of the prophylaxis.
He and his colleagues examined caspofungin efficacy for 109 episodes of invasive candidiasis
at Duke University Medical Center.
The failure rate for invasive candidiasis
at Duke decreased from 26% in 2001 to 11% in 2003.
Newer approaches for the diagnosis of invasive candidiasis
have included the detection of various Candida cell wall and cytoplasmic antigens in blood and other sterile body fluids.
14 One-tenth of our patients were receiving total parenteral nutrition (TPN), identified in many multivariate studies to be an independent risk factor for invasive candidiasis
We were seeing a lot of cases of invasive candidiasis
in newborns," Jaime G.
Patients in an open-label, randomized phase II study received 50-mg, 75-mg, or 100-mg doses of anidulafungin to treat invasive candidiasis
Drug company SCYNEXIS (NasdaqGM:SCYX) disclosed on Friday the receipt of US Food & Drug Administration's (FDA) Fast Track designation for the oral formulation of SCY-078 for the treatment of invasive Candidiasis
, including Candidemia and invasive Aspergillosis.