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1965 5
1966 27
1967 64
1968 61
1969 75
1970 83
1971 110
1972 116
1973 168
1974 182
1975 146
1976 167
1977 152
1978 134
1979 155
1980 164
1981 157
1982 204
1983 236
1984 237
1985 253
1986 231
1987 192
1988 228
1989 251
1990 257
1991 252
1992 242
1993 208
1994 202
1995 223
1996 227
1997 289
1998 269
1999 214
2000 264
2001 265
2002 258
2003 257
2004 312
2005 324
2006 403
2007 421
2008 458
2009 501
2010 518
2011 574
2012 609
2013 683
2014 678
2015 680
2016 600
2017 684
2018 616
2019 319
2020 7
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Does postoperative showering or bathing of a surgical site increase the incidence of infection? A systematic review of the literature.
Dayton P, et al. J Foot Ankle Surg 2013 - Review. PMID 23587992
Infection is one of the many postoperative complications a surgeon must attempt to control during the perioperative period. Surgeons have used a variety of modalities to prevent surgical site infection and have adhered to a variety of protocols. ...Surgeons have theorized that this will reduce contamination of the surgical site and help to prevent infection. We questioned the evidence basis for this practice and undertook a systematic review of electronic databases and other relevant sources regarding the incidence of infection when patients had been allowed to wet their surgical incision site by showering or bathing before suture removal. ...
Infection is one of the many postoperative complications a surgeon must attempt to control during the perioperative period. Surgeons
The impact of surgical wound bacterial colonization on the incidence of surgical site infection after lower limb vascular surgery: a prospective observational study.
Turtiainen J, et al. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2014 - Clinical Trial. PMID 24512892 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: To study the relationship between surgical wound bacterial colonization and the development of surgical site infection (SSI) after lower limb vascular surgery. ...CONCLUSIONS: A high bacterial load in the postoperative surgical wound independently increases the risk of the development of SSI after lower limb vascular surgery....
OBJECTIVE: To study the relationship between surgical wound bacterial colonization and the development of surgical site …
Perioperative hypothermia and incidence of surgical wound infection: a bibliographic study.
Silva AB and Peniche Ade C. Einstein (Sao Paulo) 2014 - Review. PMID 25628208 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this review article was to understand and analyze the scientific production related to the occurrence of perioperative hypothermia and the incidence of infection on the surgical site. ...Therefore, unadverted hypothermia directly influences in surgical site healing, increasing the incidence of infection in the surgical wound....
The purpose of this review article was to understand and analyze the scientific production related to the occurrence of perioperative hypoth …
Contaminated or dirty wound operations and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) colonization during hospitalization may be risk factors for surgical site infection in neonatal surgical patients.
Inoue M, et al. Pediatr Surg Int 2018. PMID 30128702
PURPOSE: Establishment of evidence-based best practices for preventing surgical site infection (SSI) in neonates is needed. SSI in neonates, especially those with a low birth weight, is potentially life-threatening. ...CONCLUSIONS: This study identified contaminated or dirty wound operations and MRSA colonization during hospitalization as risk factors for SSI in neonates. ...
PURPOSE: Establishment of evidence-based best practices for preventing surgical site infection (SSI) in neonates is needed. SS …
Vacuum-assisted closure (VAC®) systems and microbiological isolation of infected wounds
Cozza V, et al. World J Emerg Surg 2018. PMID 30479652 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Negative pressure wound therapy is now largely used to treat infected wounds. The prevention and reduction of healthcare-associated infections is a high priority for any Department of Health and great efforts are spent to improve infection control systems. ...METHODS: We have conducted a prospective experimental study on 10 patients with diagnosis of wound infection to verify whether the filtration process is microbiologically efficient. ...
BACKGROUND: Negative pressure wound therapy is now largely used to treat infected wounds. The prevention and reduction of healthcare- …
Wound healing and infection in surgery: the pathophysiological impact of smoking, smoking cessation, and nicotine replacement therapy: a systematic review.
Sørensen LT. Ann Surg 2012 - Review. PMID 22566015
OBJECTIVE: The aim was to clarify how smoking and nicotine affects wound healing processes and to establish if smoking cessation and nicotine replacement therapy reverse the mechanisms involved. ...METHODS: Pathophysiological studies addressing smoking and wound healing were identified through electronic databases (PubMed, EMBASE) and by hand-search of articles' bibliography. ...
OBJECTIVE: The aim was to clarify how smoking and nicotine affects wound healing processes and to establish if smoking cessation and …
Environment of care: Is it time to reassess microbial contamination of the operating room air as a risk factor for surgical site infection in total joint arthroplasty?
Parvizi J, et al. Am J Infect Control 2017 - Review. PMID 28818359
The incidence of periprosthetic joint infection is perceived to be low (<2.5%); however, the personal and fiscal morbidity is significant. ...This review documents the contribution of air contamination to the etiology of periprosthetic joint infection, and evidence for selective innovative strategies to reduce the risk of intraoperative microbial aerosols....
The incidence of periprosthetic joint infection is perceived to be low (<2.5%); however, the personal and fiscal morbidity is sign …
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