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Table 1 Classification of the minimum inhibitory concentration of blood isolates identified in this study based on epidemiological cut-off values and clinical breakpoints

From: Candida tropicalis is the most prevalent yeast species causing candidemia in Algeria: the urgent need for antifungal stewardship and infection control measures

SpeciesSusceptibilityMIC values (μg/ml)
FLZVRZITZAMBMFGANF
Candida tropicalis(n = 19)<ECV121013191919
>ECV795000
S1315NANA1919
R64NANA00
Candida albicans(n = 18)<ECV171718181818
>ECV110000
S1818NANA1818
R00NANA00
Candida parapsilosis(n = 18)<ECV181818181818
>ECV000000
S1818NANA1818
R00NANA00
Candida glabrata(n = 7)<ECV777767
>ECV000010
S7NANANA77
R0NANANA00
Candida dubliniensis(n = 1)<ECV111111
>ECV000000
Clavispora lusitaniae(n = 1)<ECV111111
>ECV000000
Lodderomyces elongiporous(n = 1)NA≤0.125≤0.030.030.06≤0.0156≤0.0156
Aureobasidium melanogenum(n = 1)NA160.060.060.12511
  1. ECV Epidemiological cut-off value, R Resistant, S Susceptible, NA Not applicable MIC Minimum inhibitory concentration