Emphasize Adherence in Endocarditis Patients Discharged on Oral Antibiotics

New evidence will have clinicians asking about when to use ORAL antibiotics to treat endocarditis.

We're used to treating most of these patients with 4 to 6 weeks of IV antibiotics.

Now early evidence suggests that switching some patients with left-sided endocarditis to oral antibiotics may be as effective as continuing IV meds.

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