Candida parapsilosis prosthetic valve endocarditis

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Abstract Candida endocarditis is a rare infection associated with high mortality and morbidity. There are still some controversies about Candida endocarditis treatment, especially about the treatment duration. We report a case of a Candida parapsilosis endocarditis that presented as a lower limb ischemia. The patient was surgically treated with a cryopreserved homograft aortic replacement. We used intravenous fluconazole 800 mg as initial treatment, followed with 12 months of 400 mg fluconazole per os. The patient outcome was good.




Silva-Pinto, A., Ferraz, R., Casanova, J., Sarmento, A., & Santos, L. (2015). Candida parapsilosis prosthetic valve endocarditis. Medical Mycology Case Reports, 9, 37–38.

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