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Nierenbeteiligung bei infektiöser Endokarditis

  • Barbara Nonnast-Daniel
  • Karlwilhelm Kühn

Zusammenfassung

Vor Einführung der Antibiotika war die Niereninsuffizienz eine häufige Todesursache bei Patienten mit infektiöser Endokarditis. Baehr und Lande berichteten 1920 (2), daß von 70 Patienten mit infektiöser Endokarditis allein neun wegen Nierenversagen starben. Heute dagegen stellt das Nierenversagen — bedingt auch durch die Möglichkeit der Dialysebehandlung — als Todesursache im Rahmen der Endokarditis eine Seltenheit dar (26).

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  • Karlwilhelm Kühn

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