Active Infective Aortic Valve Endocarditis with Infection by Henryk Siniawski

By Henryk Siniawski

Active infective endocarditis is without doubt one of the such a lot critical illnesses of the center. an infection frequently explanations periannular abscess, and will additionally unfold to impact the mitral valve constructions. This review of the result of surgical procedure of lively infective endocarditis was once played on the German middle Institute Berlin. It specializes in preoperative research and proposes a brand new category of this endocarditic disease.

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42 Stages of abscess (early and late forms) Early forms of root abscess defining an early stage (no visible liquid contents in the infected area) were shown to have the poorest surgical results (Table 10). 5% respectively). The explanation of this outcome can be based on the hypothesis that early stages of abscess, not having been treated with antibiotics for long, are associated with shock reaction on dissemination of infection after operation. Another cause of poor surgical outcome may be that this group of patients suffered from severe dynamic forms of abscess with a very short time of development.

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