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strep viridans
a)MV (associated w/ native valve)
b)subacute
staph aureus
a)TV
b)acute onset
(associated w/ IV drug abuse)
staph epi
a)prosthetic valves
b)early in 1st yr
Blood culture negative endocarditis is caused by?
HACEK
(haemophilus species, actinobaccilus actinomycetemcomitans, cardiobacterium, eikenella, kingella)
sx of endocarditis
a)fever (80-90%)
b)weakness
c)dyspnea
d)anorexia and weiht loss
e)skin lesions
f)arthralgias/myalgias
signs of endocarditis
a)new murmur (MV-diastolic)
b)petechiae (ant. trunk)
c)Janeway lesions (palms of hands/soles of feet)
d)splinter hemorrhages (under nail beds)
e)Osler's nodes (SQ papules on pads of fingers/toes; painful)
f)clubbing of nails
g)splenomegaly
Diagnosis of endocarditis labs
a)increased WBC w/ left shift
b)anemia of chronic disease (normocytic, normochromic)
c)eleveated ESR or CRP