Which of the following drugs would be appropriate for a systemic antifungal treatment of this patient?

Which of the following drugs would be appropriate for a systemic antifungal treatment of this patient?A 68-year-old man is in the hospital because of a prostatectomy performed 4 days before. He is wearing a urinary catheter and is currently treated with a combination of broad spectrum antibiotics. The patient has been suffering from chronic renal insufficiency for the past two years. Two recent urinalysis show many budding yeasts and cultures were positive for Candida albicans.

A. Amphotericin B

B. Fluconazole

C. Piperacillin

D. Metronidazole

E. Griseofulvin

F. Nystatin

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