Invasive aspergillosis: epidemiology and environmental study in haematology patients (Sfax, Tunisia).

@article{Hadrich2010InvasiveAE,
  title={Invasive aspergillosis: epidemiology and environmental study in haematology patients (Sfax, Tunisia).},
  author={In{\`e}s Hadrich and Fattouma Makni and Hayet Sellami and Fatma Cheikhrouhou and Amira Sellami and Herv{\'e} Bouaziz and Sondes Hdiji and Moez Elloumi and Ali Ayadi},
  journal={Mycoses},
  year={2010},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={443-7}
}
Invasive aspergillosis (IA) is a major opportunistic infection in haematology patients. Preventive measures are important to control IA because diagnosis is difficult and the outcome of treatment is poor. We prospectively examined the environmental contamination by Aspergillus and other fungal species and evaluated the prevalence of invasive aspergillosis in the protect unit of haematology. A three-year prospective study (December 2004-September 2007) was carried out in the department of… CONTINUE READING

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