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What is the survival rate of endocarditis caused by aspergillus?

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Dr. Andrew Carroll
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Varies

Endocarditis is a very serious illness, and aspergillus induced endocarditis will likely be difficult to treat.
Survivability always depends on preexisting health conditions, physical health, age, and cardiac function.

In brief: Varies

Endocarditis is a very serious illness, and aspergillus induced endocarditis will likely be difficult to treat.
Survivability always depends on preexisting health conditions, physical health, age, and cardiac function.
Dr. Andrew Carroll
Dr. Andrew Carroll
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Dr. Barton Cook
Pediatrics - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not good

It really depends on many factors, such as the overall health of the patient, the degree of infection, and how early and aggressive therapy is.
Mortality generally exceeds 50%.

In brief: Not good

It really depends on many factors, such as the overall health of the patient, the degree of infection, and how early and aggressive therapy is.
Mortality generally exceeds 50%.
Dr. Barton Cook
Dr. Barton Cook
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