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T2Candida Antimicrobial Stewardship Implications
The T2Candida® Panel, paired with antifungal stewardship has been shown to provide guidance and improvements in the timeliness and overall use of antifungals, aid antifungal stewardship initiatives and show significant hospital savings in patients with candidemia. Identification of patients with or without candidemia within 3-5 hours using the T2Candida Panel has the potential to significantly improve patient outcomes and overall hospital expenditure.
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A recent article in @NatureMicrobiol highlights the importance of tests like #T2Candida and how they may enable early diagnosis of fungal infections, which lead to "faster initiation of appropriate treatment and improved survival rates."