National surveillance of fungemia in Denmark (2004 to 2009).

@article{Arendrup2011NationalSO,
  title={National surveillance of fungemia in Denmark (2004 to 2009).},
  author={Maiken Cavling Arendrup and Brita Bruun and Jens J\orgen E Christensen and Kurt Fuursted and Helle Krogh Johansen and Poul Kjaeldgaard and Jenny Dahl Knudsen and Lise Kristensen and Jens Kj\olseth M\oller and Lene Nielsen and Flemming Rosenvinge and Bent L R\oder and Henrik C. Sch\onheyder and Marianne K Thomsen and Kjeld Truberg},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={325-34}
}
A 6-year nationwide study of fungemia in Denmark was performed using data from an active fungemia surveillance program and from laboratory information systems in nonparticipating regions. A total of 2,820 episodes of fungemia were recorded. The incidence increased from 2004 to 2007 (7.7 to 9.6/100,000) and decreased slightly from 2008 to 2009 (8.7 to 8.6/100,000). The highest incidences were seen at the extremes of age (i.e., 11.3 and 37.1/100,000 for those <1 and 70 to 79 years old… CONTINUE READING

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