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About Antifungals

Antimicrobial medicines (antibiotics that target bacteria, antivirals that target viruses, and antifungals that target fungi) are among the most precious medical resources the world has ever known.Invasive fungal infections can pose a major threat to life and health worldwide, especially in immunocompromised patients.2 Pfizer offers a range of antifungal medicines to treat serious infections.3-6  Discover the heritage of our antifungal portfolio and learn more about invasive fungal infections and their management below.

Prescribing Information

Cresemba ® (isavuconazonium sulfate) 

Ecalta® (anidulafungin) 
Diflucan® (fluconazole) 
Vfend® (voriconazole) 

References:Review on Antimicrobial Resistance. Tackling a crisis for the health and wealth of nations. December 2014. Available at: Last accessed January 2023. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2021, August 26). Fungal Diseases. Retrieved September 2022, from Summary of Product Characteristics. Ecalta. Summary of Product Characteristics.Diflucan. Summary of Product Characteristics.VFEND. Summary of Product Characteristics.
About Anti-infectives Signs and symptoms

Clinical suspicion of haemophilia should be raised for patients with a history of easy bruising, spontaneous, or excessive bleeding following trauma or surgery.1

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Treatment options

Haemophilia management involves treating specific haemorrhages, as well as preventing bleed recurrence, limiting complications, and restoring tissue and/or organ function to a pre-bleed state.1​​​​​​​

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