Data from: Adverse events related to intravenous antibiotic therapy: a prospective observational study in the treatment of infective endocarditis

De Paula DHG, Tura BR, Lamas CdC

Date Published: April 21, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kp064

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Title tabel hospitalization per episode
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Description We prepared a database in Access 2003 (Microsoft Corporation) for insertion of data collected. Later these data were transported to a table Excel (Microsoft Corporation) l. The patient-related variables were: age, sex, comorbidities (diabetes, hypertension, rheumatic fever, cancer, HIV and others), allergies, type of microorganism responsible for IE, type of valve at the beginning of the episode, presence of pacemaker or device as internal defibrillator, history of EI, source of acquisition of IE, echocardiographic data (evidence of vegetation, perforation, abscess and fistula), clinical data, date of commencement of treatment, total days planned for the end of treatment, antibiotics, indication for surgery and patient's fate.
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Title tabel venous access
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Description We prepared a database in Access 2003 (Microsoft Corporation) for insertion of data collected. Then the data were transported to a table of type Excel (Microsoft Corporation). The data collected were related to intravenous access: access types (peripheral, deep or hemodialysis), type of catheter, number of catheter lumens, number of insertion attempts, insertion date, date of removal, location of the insertion site, types of coatings (joint tape, hypoallergenic surgical tape, transparent dressing or tape), complications, cause for removal and professional responsible for the puncture.
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De Paula DHG, Tura BR, Lamas CdC (2012) Adverse events related to intravenous antibiotic therapy: a prospective observational study in the treatment of infective endocarditis. BMJ Open 2(5): e001189. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001189

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