Non-HACEK Gram-Negative Bacillus Endocarditis

@article{Morpeth2007NonHACEKGB,
  title={Non-HACEK Gram-Negative Bacillus Endocarditis},
  author={S. Morpeth and D. Murdoch and C. Cabell and A. Karchmer and P. Pappas and D. Levine and F. Nacinovich and P. Tattevin and Nria Fernndez-Hidalgo and S. Dickerman and E. Bouza and Ana del Ro and T. Lejko-Zupanc and A. de Oliveira Ramos and D. Iarussi and J. Klein and C. Chirouze and R. Bedimo and G. Corey and V. Fowler},
  journal={Annals of Internal Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={147},
  pages={829-835}
}
Context Infective endocarditis due to non-HACEK organisms has been considered to be associated with injection drug use. Contribution Analysis of 2761 cases of patients with infective endocarditis from an international collaborative of 61 hospitals found that non-HACEK organisms account for fewer than 2% of the cases, and that most patients with non-HACEK endocarditis had infections associated with health care. Of patients with non-HACEK infections, 59% had implanted endovascular devices or… Expand
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