Research and analysis: Candida auris emergence in the United Kingdom

Updated: Uploaded HPR 11(28) report, which summarises the 3 newly published and updated guidance.

Candida auris is an emerging fungal pathogen, associated with bloodstream infections, wound infections and otitis, first identified as the cause of a hospital outbreak in England in 2015. Developing knowledge about the epidemiology and prevalence in the UK, and related microbiological data, are recorded here.

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