Emphasize Adherence in Endocarditis Patients on Oral Antibiotics

You'll start to see ORAL antibiotics to treat endocarditis.

This life-threatening infection of the heart and valves is usually treated with 4 to 6 weeks of IV antibiotics.

Now early evidence suggests that switching some endocarditis patients to oral antibiotics after about 2 weeks of IV therapy may be as effective as continuing IV meds.

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