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  • ISSN: 2379-0636
    Volume 6, Issue 1
    Review Article
    Li Shi*
    Infectious aortic aneurysm leads to poor prognosis and high mortality rate as high as 50% due to delayed/missed diagnosis. Early use of appropriate antibiotics and adequate surgical debridement would improve outcome of patients, which is dependent on diagnosis on time. It takes as long as 7 days before a certain bacterium could be isolated/biochemical identificated. It is difficult to differential these bacteria by the isolation/biochemical identification on time. Direct detection of a certain bacterium using molecular diagnostic assays such for PCR with specific primers is a preferred option for rapid diagnosis, but requires sophisticated laboratories. A high degree of clinical suspicion should be the key for a diagnosis of infectious aortic aneurysm in endemic areas.
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