Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Infective Endocarditis: Turkish Consensus Report

@article{imekYavuz2019DiagnosisTA,
  title={Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Infective Endocarditis: Turkish Consensus Report},
  author={S. Şimşek-Yavuz and A. Akar and S. Aydoǧdu and Denef Berzeg-Deniz and H. Demir and T. Hazirolan and M. A. Ozatik and N. Ozer and M. Sarğın and E. Topcuoğlu and N. Turhan and M. Yılmaz and {\"O}. Azap and S. Başaran and Y. Cag and A. Çağatay and G. Cinar and Sibel Doğan-Kaya and L. Hızmalı and M. E. Işık and Nirgul Kilicaslan and Ş. Menekşe and M. Meric-Koc and Serpil Ozturk and A. Şensoy and Y. Tezer-Tekçe and Elif Tukenmez-Tigen and Yeşim Uygun-Kızmaz and Mutlu Seyda Velioglu-Ocalmaz and A. Yeşilkaya and E. Yilmaz and N. Yılmaz and F. Yilmaz-Karadağ and Ankara Turkiye Turkiye Nukleer Tip Dernegi and Ankara Turkiye Turk Radyoloji Dernegi and Ankara Turkiye Turk Dis Hekimleri Birligi and Ankara Turkiye Patoloji Dernekleri Federasyonu Kardiyovaskuler Si},
  journal={Klimik Dergisi\/klimik Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={32},
  pages={2-116}
}
  • S. Şimşek-Yavuz, A. Akar, +34 authors Ankara Turkiye Patoloji Dernekleri Federasyonu Kardiyovaskuler Si
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Klimik Dergisi\/klimik Journal
Although infective endocarditis (IE) is rare, it is still important as an infectious disease because of the resulting morbidity and substantial mortality rates. Epidemiological studies in developed countries have shown that the incidence of IE has been approximately 6/100 000 in recent years and it is on the fourth rank among the most life-threatening infectious diseases after sepsis, pneumonia and intraabdominal infections. Although IE is not a Özet İnfektif endokardit (İE) nadir görülmesine… Expand