Original paper

Invasive Fungal Infection After Lung Transplantation: Epidemiology in the Setting of Antifungal Prophylaxis

Volume: 70, Issue: 1, Pages: 30 - 39
Published: Feb 25, 2019
Abstract
Background Lung transplant recipients commonly develop invasive fungal infections (IFIs), but the most effective strategies to prevent IFIs following lung transplantation are not known. Methods We prospectively collected clinical data on all patients who underwent lung transplantation at a tertiary care academic hospital from January 2007–October 2014. Standard antifungal prophylaxis consisted of aerosolized amphotericin B lipid complex during...
Paper Details
Title
Invasive Fungal Infection After Lung Transplantation: Epidemiology in the Setting of Antifungal Prophylaxis
Published Date
Feb 25, 2019
Volume
70
Issue
1
Pages
30 - 39
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