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ARTÍCULO
Recommendations for the treatment of invasive fungal infection caused by filamentous fungi in the hematological patient
Autores: Barberán, J. (Autor de correspondencia); Mensa, J.; Vallejo Llamas, J. C.; Jarque Ramos, I.; García Ruiz, J. C.; Cabrera Marín, J. R.; Baltasar Tello, P.; Battle Massana, M.; Besalduch Vidal, J.; Calvo Vinas, J. M.; Capote Huelva, F. J.; Carreras Pons, E.; Díaz Mediavilla, J.; Díaz Morfa, M. L.; Escalante Barrigón, F.; Fernández Avellán, P.; Garzón López, S.; Grande García, Carlos; Hernández Maraver, D.; López de la Guía, A.; López Jiménez, J.; Martín Chacón, E.; Olave Rubio, M.; Pérez De Oteyza, J.; Ramírez Ramírez, G.; Rojas Contreras, R.; Román Barbero, A.; Rovira Tarrats, M.; Rubio Felix, D.; Sánchez Godoy, P.; Sánchez Salinas, A.; Sanz Alonso, M. A.; de la Serna Torroba, J.; Valcárcel Ferreiras, D.; Vázquez López, L.; Aguado García, J. M.; Azanza Perea, José Ramón; Cantón Moreno, R.; Cisterna Cáncer, R.; Fortún Abete, J.; García Rodríguez, J.; Gómez Gómez, J.; Gómez García de la Pedrosa, E.; Montejo Baranda, J. M.; Pernán García, F. J.; Ruiz Camps, I.; Salavert Lleti, M.; de la Torre Cisneros, J.
Título de la revista: REVISTA ESPANOLA DE QUIMIOTERAPIA
ISSN: 1988-9518
Volumen: 24
Número: 4
Páginas: 263 - 270
Fecha de publicación: 2011
Resumen:
Antifungal treatment in the hematological patient has reached a high complexity with the advent of new antifungals and diagnostic tests, which have resulted in different therapeutic strategies. The use of the most appropriate treatment in each case is essential in infections with such a high mortality. The availability of recommendations as those here reported based on the best evidence and developed by a large panel of 48 specialists aimed to answer when is indicated to treat and which agents should be used, considering different aspects of the patient (risk of fungal infection, clinical manifestations, galactomanann test, chest CT scan and previous prophylaxis) may help clinicians to improve the results.