mg/day for a minimum of 14 days (for oropharyngeal candidiasis) or 21 days (for esophageal candidiasis). Up to 400 mg/day may be required for esophageal candidiasis. Children, first day: 6 mg/kg; then, 3 mg/kg once daily for a minimum of 14 days (for oropharyngeal candidia-sis) or 21 days (for esophageal candi-diasis).
Systemic candidiasis (e.g., candide-mia, disseminated candidiasis, and pneumonia).
Optimal dosage and duration in adults have not been determined although doses up to 400 mg/day have been used. Children: 6-12 mg/kg/day.
Acute cryptococcal meningitis.
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