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High incidence of candidaemia in a nationwide cohort: underlying diseases, risk factors and mortality

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Lausch, K R ; Søgaard, M ; Rosenvinge, F S ; Johansen, H K ; Boysen, T ; Røder, B ; Mortensen, K L ; Nielsen, L ; Lemming, L ; Olesen, B ; Leitz, C ; Kristensen, L ; Dzajic, E ; Østergaard, L ; Schønheyder, H C ; Arendrup, M C. / High incidence of candidaemia in a nationwide cohort : underlying diseases, risk factors and mortality. I: International journal of infectious diseases : IJID : official publication of the International Society for Infectious Diseases. 2018 ; Bind 76. s. 58-63.

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title = "High incidence of candidaemia in a nationwide cohort: underlying diseases, risk factors and mortality",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Denmark has a high incidence rate of candidaemia. A Nordic study suggested a higher Danish prevalence of haematological malignancies as an underlying reason. This nationwide study ascertained clinical characteristics of Danish candidaemia patients and investigated potential factors contributing to the high incidence and mortality.METHODS: Microbiological and clinical data for candidaemia patients in 2010-2011 were retrieved. 30-day mortality was estimated by hazard ratios (HR) with 95{\%} confidence intervals (CI, Cox regression).RESULTS: Data were available for 912/973 candidaemia episodes (93.7{\%}). Intensive care unit (ICU) held the largest share of patients (43.2{\%}). Prevalent host factors were multi-morbidity (≥2 underlying diseases, 74.2{\%}) and gastrointestinal disease (52.5{\%}). Haematological disease was infrequent (7.8{\%}). Risk factors included antibiotic exposure (90.5{\%}), CVC (71.9{\%}) and Candida colonisation (66.7{\%}). 30-day mortality was 43.4{\%}, and 53.6{\%} in ICU. Mortality was lower for patients with recent abdominal surgery (HR 0.70, 95{\%} CI: 0.54-0.92).CONCLUSION: A substantial prevalence of multi-morbidity and a high 30-day mortality was found. We hypothesise, that an increasing population of severely ill patients with prolonged supportive treatment and microbiological testing may in part explain the high candidaemia incidence in Denmark. Nationwide studies are warranted to clarify this issue.",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - High incidence of candidaemia in a nationwide cohort

T2 - underlying diseases, risk factors and mortality

AU - Lausch, K R

AU - Søgaard, M

AU - Rosenvinge, F S

AU - Johansen, H K

AU - Boysen, T

AU - Røder, B

AU - Mortensen, K L

AU - Nielsen, L

AU - Lemming, L

AU - Olesen, B

AU - Leitz, C

AU - Kristensen, L

AU - Dzajic, E

AU - Østergaard, L

AU - Schønheyder, H C

AU - Arendrup, M C

N1 - Copyright © 2018 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - BACKGROUND: Denmark has a high incidence rate of candidaemia. A Nordic study suggested a higher Danish prevalence of haematological malignancies as an underlying reason. This nationwide study ascertained clinical characteristics of Danish candidaemia patients and investigated potential factors contributing to the high incidence and mortality.METHODS: Microbiological and clinical data for candidaemia patients in 2010-2011 were retrieved. 30-day mortality was estimated by hazard ratios (HR) with 95% confidence intervals (CI, Cox regression).RESULTS: Data were available for 912/973 candidaemia episodes (93.7%). Intensive care unit (ICU) held the largest share of patients (43.2%). Prevalent host factors were multi-morbidity (≥2 underlying diseases, 74.2%) and gastrointestinal disease (52.5%). Haematological disease was infrequent (7.8%). Risk factors included antibiotic exposure (90.5%), CVC (71.9%) and Candida colonisation (66.7%). 30-day mortality was 43.4%, and 53.6% in ICU. Mortality was lower for patients with recent abdominal surgery (HR 0.70, 95% CI: 0.54-0.92).CONCLUSION: A substantial prevalence of multi-morbidity and a high 30-day mortality was found. We hypothesise, that an increasing population of severely ill patients with prolonged supportive treatment and microbiological testing may in part explain the high candidaemia incidence in Denmark. Nationwide studies are warranted to clarify this issue.

AB - BACKGROUND: Denmark has a high incidence rate of candidaemia. A Nordic study suggested a higher Danish prevalence of haematological malignancies as an underlying reason. This nationwide study ascertained clinical characteristics of Danish candidaemia patients and investigated potential factors contributing to the high incidence and mortality.METHODS: Microbiological and clinical data for candidaemia patients in 2010-2011 were retrieved. 30-day mortality was estimated by hazard ratios (HR) with 95% confidence intervals (CI, Cox regression).RESULTS: Data were available for 912/973 candidaemia episodes (93.7%). Intensive care unit (ICU) held the largest share of patients (43.2%). Prevalent host factors were multi-morbidity (≥2 underlying diseases, 74.2%) and gastrointestinal disease (52.5%). Haematological disease was infrequent (7.8%). Risk factors included antibiotic exposure (90.5%), CVC (71.9%) and Candida colonisation (66.7%). 30-day mortality was 43.4%, and 53.6% in ICU. Mortality was lower for patients with recent abdominal surgery (HR 0.70, 95% CI: 0.54-0.92).CONCLUSION: A substantial prevalence of multi-morbidity and a high 30-day mortality was found. We hypothesise, that an increasing population of severely ill patients with prolonged supportive treatment and microbiological testing may in part explain the high candidaemia incidence in Denmark. Nationwide studies are warranted to clarify this issue.

U2 - 10.1016/j.ijid.2018.08.010

DO - 10.1016/j.ijid.2018.08.010

M3 - Journal article

VL - 76

SP - 58

EP - 63

JO - International Journal of Infectious Diseases

JF - International Journal of Infectious Diseases

SN - 1201-9712

ER -

ID: 55128785