01 Candida Albicans
A normal constituent of the human flora. Is a commensal of the skin
and the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tracts. It is responsible
for the majority of Candida bloodstream infections (candidemia).
CA 02 Candida
Most commonly found from in immuno-compromised individuals, such as
AIDS, chemotherapy, or organ transplant patients.
CA 03 Candida
Glabrata / Torulopsis glabrata
Was considered a relatively nonpathogenic part of the human flora,
but now problems from it on increase particularly among immuno-compromised
CA 04 Candida
Sometimes found on human skin; found in infections of the skin in
CA 05 Candida
On the increase. Most common in hospital environment. Used in the
manufacture of chocolate.
CA 06 Candida
Affects people with other major health problems, e.g. bone marrow
transplants and chemotherapy.
CA 07 Candida
Part of the normal flora of mucous membranes of the mouth, gut and
vagina. One of the fungi most frequently isolated from the human hands.
A significant cause of sepsis and of wound and tissue infections in
CA 08 Candida
Pseudotropicalis / Candida Kefyr
A rare cause of candidiasis. Usually associated with superficial cutaneous
manifestations rather than systemic disease. It has been isolated
from nails and lungs.
CA 09 Candida
Has been found on the skin between the toes.
CA 10 Candida
Possibly on increase.
CA 11 Candida
Uncommon infection in humans. Has been found at the sites of conjunctivitis
CA 12 Candida
Sometimes found in the human vaginal tract with or without symptoms
CA 13 Candida
Part of the normal human flora.When flora unbalanced, can get excessive
gas, constipation, diarrhoea, indigestion, abdominal pain, and a variety
of sudden and intense food sensitivities or allergies.