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Phisiopathogenesis, epidemiology and laboratory diagnosis of candidemia. Unitermos: Candidemia. Candidemia is a bloodstream infection caused by yeasts of the genus Candida spp. The most commonly isolated species in venous blood samples of hospitalized patients are: C. During the onset of candidemia, yeasts play a major role on several virulence factors, which ultimately promote its pathogenesis.

Among them, it may be highlighted the extracellular enzyme production, dimorphism, hemolysin synthesis, adhesion ability and biofilm development. In infected patients, medicines must be administered in the early stages to minimize the risks of complications and antimicrobial resistance.

Therefore, an efficient laboratory diagnosis is required. Key words: Candidemia. Virulence factors. Segundo Martin et al. De acordo com Viudes et al. Candida spp. De acordo com Chang et al. Nos Estados Unidos, Gudlaugsson et al. Nos Estados Unidos, Edmond et al. No Brasil foram encontrados resultados semelhantes. O mesmo grupo de pesquisadores 11 , em estudo envolvendo resultados de Segundo Pappas et al.

Atualmente esse conceito vem sendo modificado. As principais enzimas produzidas tanto por C. Rorig et al. Por outro lado, Negri et al. Tubo germinativo e polimorfismo em Candida albicans. Isso ocorre em C. Consolaro et al. Dambroso et al. The epidemiology of hematogenous candidiasis caused by different Candida species.

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