Candida glabrata

General Information

Colonization and invasive infection in compromised hosts especially in the setting of exposure to antifungal (i.e. fluconazole) and broad spectrum antimicrobials

Women’s Health: C. Glabrata can cause vulvovaginitis, and be differentiated when culture of recurrent vulvovaginitis is requested. Due to resistance to azole, Boric Acid is an excellent first line choice for treatment

  • Candidemia

  • Endocarditis

  • Line Infections

  • UTI

  • Endopthalmitis

  • Thrush

  • Esophagitis

  • Vulvovaganitis

  • Hepatosplenic

Infectious Disease consultation recommended in invasive infection