Isavuconazole is an azole antifungal that can be used for various fungal infections.
In this episode, I discuss isavuconazole pharmacology, adverse effect, drug interactions, and pharmacokinetics.
Isavuconazole is interestingly associated with QT shortening which is different from most azole antifungals that cause QT prolongation.
Oral bioavailability of isavuconazole is nearly 100% so dose conversions between IV and oral are typically not difficult to navigate.
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