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How To Assess a Patient with Endocarditis

The patients with possible infective endocarditis, the medical history and physical examination are of paramount importance, for it is the clinical presentation that usually provides the initial clues to the diagnosis. The majority of cases of infective endocarditis still occur in the setting of underlying rheumatic or congenital heart disease. In this webinar Dr Nikhilesh Jain Chief Intensivist and Director Department of Critical Care Services will help you understand how to assess patients with Endocarditis.

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The patients with possible infective endocarditis, the medical history and physical examination are of paramount importance, for it is the clinical presentation that usually provides the initial clues to the diagnosis. The majority of cases of infective endocarditis still occur in the setting of underlying rheumatic or congenital heart disease. In this webinar Dr Nikhilesh Jain Chief Intensivist and Director Department of Critical Care Services will help you understand how to assess patients with Endocarditis.

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The patients with possible infective endocarditis, the medical history and physical examination are of paramount importance, for it is the clinical presentation that usually provides the initial clues to the diagnosis. The majority of cases of infective endocarditis still occur in the setting of underlying rheumatic or congenital heart disease. In this webinar Dr Nikhilesh Jain Chief Intensivist and Director Department of Critical Care Services will help you understand how to assess patients with Endocarditis.

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The patients with possible infective endocarditis, the medical history and physical examination are of paramount importance, for it is the clinical presentation that usually provides the initial clues to the diagnosis. The majority of cases of infective endocarditis still occur in the setting of underlying rheumatic or congenital heart disease. In this webinar Dr Nikhilesh Jain Chief Intensivist and Director Department of Critical Care Services will help you understand how to assess patients with Endocarditis.