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Distribution of Species and Prevalence of Azole Resistance in Respiratory Samples From Swiss Tertiary Care Hospitals

Journal Paper/Review - Dec 18, 2021

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Ragozzino S, Goldenberger D, Wright P, Zimmerli S, Mühlethaler K, Neofytos D, Riat A, Boggian K, Nolte O, Conen A, Fankhauser H, Schreiber P, Zbinden R, Lamoth F, Khanna N. Distribution of Species and Prevalence of Azole Resistance in Respiratory Samples From Swiss Tertiary Care Hospitals. Open Forum Infect Dis 2021; 9:ofab638.
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Journal Paper/Review (English)
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Open Forum Infect Dis 2021; 9
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Dec 18, 2021
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2328-8957
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ofab638
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Among 400 species from respiratory samples in Switzerland, was the most frequent species. Non- spp were more prevalent among solid organ transplant recipients and after azole exposure. Azole resistance was detected in 4 isolates, 3 of them with the "environmental" mutation TR/L98H in the gene.