Treatment for C. albicans Infections

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Treatment for C. albicans Infections

An antifungal medication is a general medication used to treat fungal infections such as candidiasis antifungal drugs such as amphotericin B which works by binding to a fungal cell wall component called Ergosterol, Echinocandins are the drugs that inhibit the synthesis of glucan which is an important component of the fungal cell wall. Increasing resistance in Candida albicans against Triazoles in patients suffering with AIDS has been reported. Itraconazole is one of the most broad spectrum antifungals available. The side effects of azole drugs are well characterized and there are also some important drug-drug interactions which exclude the use of prescribing certain drugs at the same time.

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