Clinical registry of haemato-oncological patients in which antimycotic therapy has been administered.
start of the project: January 2011
Opportunistic fungal infections are a dreaded complication in haemato-oncological patients. Patients with acute leukaemia are most at risk. The most common fungal invasive infections involve candidiasis (most frequently caused by Candida albicans) and aspergillosis. An appropriate diagnosis and treatment of opportunistic infections is therefore of key importance in the comprehensive care provided to these patients. Optimisation of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures can be achieved by a detailed monitoring and evaluation of diagnostic procedures and treatment outcomes in patients with invasive mycoses.
The FIND project belongs to a group of projects solved in cooperation between the Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses and the CELL group. IBA MU provides the technical solution of the registry and data analysis.
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