This assay is intended for use as a diagnostic aid in clinical situations where rapid results concerning Invasive Fungal Infection (IFI) are required; Fungitell[sup.
What does IFI stand for?
IFI stands for Invasive Fungal Infection
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We have 122 other meanings of IFI in our Acronym Attic
- Integrated Facilities and Infrastructure
- Intensive Family Intervention (behavioral health)
- International Fabricare Institute
- International Federation of Interior Designers
- International Finance Institute
- International Financial Institutions (IMF, World Bank, etc.)
- International Fixed Income
- International Flood Initiative
- International Food Ingredients (publication)
- Internet Finance International
- Irish Film Institute (est. 1943)
- Islamic Foundation of Ireland
- Issued for Information
- Istituti Finanziari Internazionali (Italian: International Financial Institutions)
- Inspection of Financial Institutions Act (South Africa)
- Intermountain Forest Industry Association (now Intermountain Forest Association)
- International Federation of Inspection Agencies
- International Federation of Inventors' Associations
- International Food Ingredients Additives (trade show)
- International Forestry Investment Advisors LLC (est. 2005; Cambridge, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
No clinical or laboratory improvement of invasive fungal infection was seen in spite of antifungal therapy.
Pathology revealed an invasive fungal infection with septate hyphae, and microbiology confirmed the organism as P lilacinus.
The FDA is requiring a risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS) to address the serious potential risk of tuberculosis and invasive fungal infections associated with golimumab.
Healthcare-associated invasive fungal infections are an important cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States.
The determined BDG cutoff for the Glucatell assay was 60 pg/mL and was chosen as the positive cut-off for the diagnosis of invasive fungal infections (IFI).
Such reporting would facilitate tracking cases and clinical education regarding this potentially fatal invasive fungal infection.
Glucan values at or above 80 pg/mL, in at-risk patients, are highly correlated with invasive fungal infection.