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    AmBisome intravenous

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    What conditions does AmBisome intravenous treat?

    AmBisome intravenous is used to treat the following:

    Sepsis Caused by Fungus, Chronic Infectious Disease due to Organism L. Donovani, Candidiasis Yeast Infection that Spreads Throughout Body, Presence of Candida Species Yeast in the Blood, Meningitis caused by Candida Albicans Fungus, Presence of Candida Albicans Fungus in the Blood, Infection due to the Candida Fungus, The Fungal Infection Aspergillosis is Resisting Treatment, Infection with Cryptococcus Fungus, Presence of Cryptococcus Fungus in the Blood, A Fungal Infection that Occurs Under Certain Circumstances, Presumed Infection in Neutropenic Patient With Fever, Cryptococcal Meningitis with HIV Infection, Candida Species Yeast Infection of Abdominal Cavity Lining

    AmBisome intravenous may also be used to treat:

    Candidiasis Fungal Infection of the Oropharynx, Urinary Tract Infection due to Candida Albicans Fungus, Fungal Infection of the Esophagus, Infection caused by Coccidioides Fungus, Type of Infection caused by Histoplasmosis Fungus, Infection caused by Blastomyces Dermatitidis Fungus, Chronic Skin Disease caused by a Fungus, Fungal Skin Infection that Spreads to Bone/Lung/Joint/CNS, Lung Infection caused by Cryptococcus Fungus, An Infection caused by the Fungus Zygomycetes, Infection of the Nose and Brain by the Fungus Zygomycetes, Infection due to Penicillium marneffei, Inflammation of Brain caused by Naegleria

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