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Lessons Learned for Postoperative Wound Healing: Respect the Past and Embrace the Future

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Lessons Learned for Postoperative Wound Healing: Respect the Past and Embrace the Future

Boris A Zelle et al. Patient Saf Surg.

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Keywords: Complications; Patient safety in surgery; Surgical site infection; Wound healing.

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Not applicable (Editorial).Not applicable (Editorial).Both authors are editors on the journal’s editorial board (www.pssjournal.com). None of the authors declare any other conflict of interest related to this editorial.Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.

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