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From: Long-term outcome of infective endocarditis: A study on patients surviving over one year after the initial episode treated in a Finnish teaching hospital during 25 years

Figure 2

Long-term outcome was analysed for 243 episodes of infective endocarditis in 226 patients, who survived longer than 1 year after the initial episode. Kaplan-Meier curves of the overall survival for patients with and without heart failure during 3 months of admission (a), and for those undergoing and not undergoing early (in-hospital) surgery (b). The numbers at different time points refer to the number of patients being followed up and at risk for event at the beginning of the following time period. Zero on the time access indicates 1 year.

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