Preventing surgical site infections: a surgeon?s perspective
Emerging Infectious Diseases, march-april 2001;7(2): 220-4Autor:
Ronald Lee Nichols
Tulane University School of Medicine
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Wound site infections are a major source of postoperative illness, accounting for approximately a quarter of all nosocomial infections. National studies have defined the patients at highest risk for infection in general and in many specific operative procedures. Advances in risk assessment comparison may involve use of the standardized infection ratio, procedure-specific risk factor collection, and logistic regression models. Adherence to recommendations in the 1999 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines should reduce the incidence of infection in surgical patients.Nichols, Ronald Lee
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