Nierenbeteiligung bei infektiöser Endokarditis

  • K. Kühn
  • B. Nonnast-Daniel

Zusammenfassung

Vor Einführung der Antibiotika war die Niereninsuffizienz eine häufige Todesursache bei Patienten mit infektiöser Endokarditis. Baehr und Lande berichteten 1920, daß unter 70 Patienten mit infektiöser Endokarditis allein 9 wegen Nierenversagens starben. Heute dagegen stellt das Nierenversagen — bedingt auch durch die Möglichkeit der Dialysebehandlung — als Todesursache im Rahmen der Endokarditis eine Seltenheit dar (Lowes et al. 1980).

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  • B. Nonnast-Daniel

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