What is used as secondary prophylaxis against coccidioidomycosis infections in patients with HIV infection?

Updated: Mar 09, 2021
  • Author: Justin R Hofmann, MD; Chief Editor: John Bartlett, MD  more...
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Coccidioidomycosis infections are usually treated with fluconazole for mild disease or amphotericin for severe disease, followed by long-term suppressive therapy with oral fluconazole 400 mg daily or oral itraconazole 200 mg PO BID (AII recommendation).


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