Efficacy and Safety of a Comprehensive Educational Antimicrobial Stewardship Program Focused on Antifungal Use

  17 January 2020

Few data exist regarding the impact of antimicrobial stewardship programs on antifungal use. We evaluated the efficacy and safety of a comprehensive long-term antimicrobial stewardship program (ASP) focused on antifungal use.

This ASP has succeeded in optimizing the use of antifungal with a long-lasting reduction without increasing the incidence, neither the mortality, of hospital-acquired candidemia.

Author(s): Guillermo Martín-Gutiérreza, Germán Peñalvaa, Maite Ruiz-Pérez de Pipaóna, Manuela Aguilara, María Victoria Gil-Navarrob, José Luis Pérez-Blancob, María Antonia Pérez-Morenoa, Rosario Amaya-Villarc, Carmen Ferrándiz-Millónc, María L. Gascónc, Walter A. Goycochea-Valdiviad, Manuel E. Jiménez-Mejíasa, María Dolores Navarroa, José A. Lepea, Rocío Alvarez-Marína, Olaf Nethd, Ana B. Guisado-Gilb, Carmen Infante-Domíngueza, José Molinaa, José M. Cisneros
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