candiduria

candiduria

 [kan″did-u´re-ah]
the presence of Candida organisms in the urine.
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Despite none of the assessed clinical features suggested an association with NCA species candidemia, a previous study in Taiwan described a higher frequency of neutropenia in patients with NCA species candidemia and a lower occurrence of candiduria and ICU stay, when compared to C.
Candidemia and candiduria in critically ill patients admitted to intensive care units in France: incidence, molecular diversity, management and outcome.
Vazirianzadeh, "Candiduria in hospitalized patients in teaching hospitals of Ahvaz," Iran Journal of Microbiology, vol.
Lee, "Treatment of candiduria with micafungin: a case series," Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology, vol.
The authors report a statistically significant increase in Candida colonization (from rectal swabs) at day 7 and day 14 in children receiving the lactose placebo, but not in the probiotic group: "...concurrent administration of probiotics for 1 wk in critically ill children receiving broad spectrum antibiotic therapy decreased the prevalence of Candida colonization by 34.5% on day 7 and 37.2% on day 14." Also, prevalence of candiduria, a marker for systemic candidiasis, was 50 percent less in the probiotic group compared to control.
Candiduria in renal transplant recipients: incidence, clinical repercussion, and treatment indication.
Kabbin, "Candiduria in catheter associated urinary tract infection with special reference to biofilm production," Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, vol.
Erstad, "Evaluation of the treatment of candiduria in intensive care unit and non-intensive care units patients at an academic medical center," Pharmacotherapy, vol.