What is the best antifungal drugs for CKD patient?



Patients with renal failure have a higher incidence of fungal infections than normal hosts. These infections remain a major cause of death among patients with acute renal failure (ARF). Such patients prompt and aggressive antifungal therapy with catheter removal is mandatory. There continues to be debate over the antifungal agent to be used, appropriate dosage, and optimal duration of treatment for Candidemia infection. Amphotericin B has been historically the drug of choice for candidemia. However, its use is limited by its toxicity. Liposomal amphotericin was developed. Commercially only two (Fungisome and Ambisome) true liposomal preparations of amphotericin B are available. Both these preparations have been shown to be safe and effective in presence of acute renal failure.

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Dear Dr. Ruqqaiya Khan ma'am, Advice for the case. Manjistha is the best antifungal drud for CKD patient.

Treatment depends on severity Medication help manage symptoms in later stages filtering the blood Decrease the amount of calcium in the blood low protein & soft deit Symptomatic treatment Phatari 5 gm TID with sharbat e alo balo 10 ml Sharbat e bazuri 10 ml TID musafi e khoon 5 ml TID Jograj gogul BD Regularly follow by Creatinine test

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