Can I get sbe (subacute bacterial endocarditis) from a person by sharing his /her glass?

No. Sbe comes about from bacteria in the circulation lodging in a blood stream dead space in the heart usually due to valvular dysfunction or congenital abnormalities of cardiac surface. They then proliferate in that nutrient rich space can shed bacteria into the brain, eye and other parts of the body. The glass in question would have to be infected and your body have an opening for that infection.

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Can you tell me of or have subacute bacterial endocarditis or sbe?

Not sure of question. Symptoms in SBE can be quite variable, but typically reflect a slow or indolent course, as opposed to acute endocarditis, with symptoms evolving over weeks. Systemic complaints are common, like fever, chills, poor appetite, weight loss, malaise, headache, muscle aches, night sweats, cough, or joint pains. Cardiac sxs may include dizziness, shortness of breath, swelling or edema. Read more...

What is subacute bacterial endocarditis prophylaxis?

Prophylaxis. This is antibiotic therapy given before a procedure which may induce bacteria into the blood stream in a patient with pre-existing heart valve abnormalities. There is very little evidence outside of some animal studies to suggest the efficacy of this, but it is often used because the doctor believes it is effective, or in fear of subsequent litigation if they fail to do so. Read more...

What is subacute bacterial endocarditis?

Infection of heart. The "subacute" part means the patient is not obviously sick.The infection is always serious and must be treated as soon as possible with powerful antibiotics. Read more...
Heart infection. Subacute infective endocarditis is an infection of the endocardial surface (lining) of the heart, which may include heart valves, the walls, or a septal defect. People at greatest risk of endocarditis have a damaged heart valve, an artificial heart valve or other heart defects. Iv drug abusers are at great risk. Symptoms may be vague and diagnosis is often delayed. Treatment is essential. Read more...
Valve infection. Infection of heart valve frequently diagnosed on surface or transesophageal echocardiogram. Read more...
Heart valve. Hi. Subacute bacterial endocarditis (SBE) is a bacterial infection of one or more heart valves. Risks for SBE include heart valve abnormalities, dental accesses, and IV drug abuse. It is very serious, and treatment to save valves (if possible) requires prolonged IV antibiotics. Sometimes valves need replacement. Good luck. Read more...

Why does subacute bacterial endocarditis may give embolic manifestation but not in acute rheumatic fever?

Debris breaks off . Rheumatic fever is a misguided attack on your heart by your own immune system. Rheumatic fever creates damage that can cause susceptiblity to endocarditis. In bacterial endocarditis, colonies of bacteria develop on a heart valve or other intravascular structure. Clumps of bacteria, infection fighting cells or other debris can break off and travel through the body. Read more...
Endocarditis. And rheumatic fever are separate issues. Effects on heart valve from rf take years to develop with endocarditis is an active vegetation infection of the valve. Confusing, right? Read more...

Can you advise me if having piercings with a prosthetic heart valve. Subacute bacterial endocarditis?

No clear guidelines. Prosthetic valve indicates increased risk of endocarditis. Even under current, stricter AHA guidelines, you would need SBE prophylaxis before high-risk procedures, like dental cleaning/extractions, tonsillectomy, I&D of abscesses. No clear data about body piercings, so different MDs have different approaches. Discuss with your MD, but clean the area very well & care for the site after. Take care! Read more...