Diagnosis and treatment of infective endocarditis, Biology

Diagnosis

Health history - any recent surgery/dental procedures, history of heart disease, recent infectious diseases, etc.

Clinical Manifestation

  1. Laboratory tests - blood culture, blood complete picture, urine analysis. 
  2. Chest X-ray 
  3. Enchocardiography 
  4. ECG 

Treatment

Prohylactic: Antibiotic prophylaxis prescribed for patients with specific cardiac conditions before they undergo dental, respiratory or other surgical interventions.

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