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Fungemia in non-HIV-infected patients: a five-year review
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
Objectives: To investigate the incidence, risk factors, causative fungi, and outcomes of fungemia in adult, non-HIV-infected patients. Design: We studied 147 episodes of fungemia due to Candida spp and Trichosporon spp in adult patients admitted to a university hospital in Northeast Thailand between 1999 and 2003. Results: The overall incidence of fungemia was 14.1 per 10 000 hospital admissions. Candida was the most common isolate (138 episodes, 93.9%) with non-albicans Candida accounting fordoi:10.1016/j.ijid.2008.04.009 pmid:18653367 fatcat:kpbajxchjbblrpf254y2lygfju