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Aortic valve infective endocarditis with a pseudoaneurysm presenting as acute coronary syndrome.

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Doctor Chanakarn Jirathiyut

Bhumirajanagarindra Kidney Institute Hospital, Bangkok (Thailand)
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Gemella haemolysans-A rare pathogen causing native bi-valvular endocarditis.

Speaker: Doctor S. Ahmed (Karachi, PK)


Long-standing successful conservative therapy of severe enterococcus faecalis-caused infective prosthetic aortic valve endocarditis with valve ring abscess, concomitant spondylodiscitis and multi-organ septic embolisms in a multi-morbid 84-year old patien

Speaker: Doctor M. Rattka (Ulm, DE)


Multiple valve endocarditis in a patient with transposition of great arteries complicated with subdural hemorrhage.

Speaker: Doctor S. Vandermolen (London, GB)


Primary antiphospholipid syndrome with large aortic valve vegetation. Choosing a conservative or surgical approach?

Speaker: Doctor N. Fluschnik (Hamburg, DE)


Non-valvular mural right-sided infective endocarditis not diagnosed clinically but histopathologically after cardiac surgery: a lesson to learn.

Speaker: Professor R. Diaz-Navarro (Valparaiso, CL)


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Infective endocarditis

Speakers: Doctor C. Jirathiyut, Doctor S. Ahmed, Doctor M. Rattka, Doctor S. Vandermolen, Doctor N. Fluschnik...

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31 August - 4 September 2019

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