candidemia

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candidemia

 [kan″dĭ-de´me-ah]
the presence in the blood of fungi of the genus Candida.

can·di·de·mi·a

(kan'di-dē'mē-ă),
Presence of cells of Candida species in the peripheral blood.
[Candida + G. haima, blood]

can·di·de·mi·a

(kan-di-dē'mē-ă)
Presence of cells of Candida species in the peripheral blood.
Synonym(s): candidaemia.
[Candida + G. haima, blood]
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The european confederation of medical mycology (ECMM) survey of Candidaemia in Italy: In vitro susceptibility of 375 Candida albicans isolates and biofilm production.
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(1,3)-[beta]-D-glucan-based antifungal treatment in critically ill adults at high risk of candidaemia: An observational study.
Twenty-two years of candidaemia surveillance: results from a Norwegian national study.
Nonetheless, mortality during the index hospitalisation among cancer patients with Candidaemia was high (Table-3).
Candidaemia accounts for approximately 5-8% of nosocomial BSI in the hospitals in the US.
The ever-evolving landscape of candidaemia in patients with acute leukaemia: non-susceptibility to caspofungin and multidrug resistance are associated with increased mortality.
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The incidence of non-albicans candidaemia has also increased, in some situations accounting for a higher percentage of isolates compared with C.