Monthly Archives: September 2010

Day 2: Goals, frameworks, conventions

Day 2:  After starting the list of terms, I realized that it was turning out to be a long one. I wanted to limit it to about 50 terms. Experience tells me that five times as many terms will be … Continue reading

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Day 1: Infective endocarditis – introduction, modeling approach …

Background Infective endocarditis (IE) is an infection of the heart; to be more precise, of the endocardium of the heart, leading to valvular damage, heart failure and death if untreated. Bacterial infection is the most common cause and there is … Continue reading

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