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Effect of Hyperoxygenation During Surgery on Surgical Site Infection in Colorectal Surgery

Alvandipour M, Mokhtari-Esbuie F, Baradari A, Firouzian , Rezaie M

PURPOSE: Despite the use of different surgical methods, surgical site infection is still an important cause of mortality and morbidity in patients and imposes a considerable cost on the healthcare...
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Perspective of Nationwide Surveillance System for Surgical Site Infections

Kim YK

As a result of the Study on the Efficacy of Nosocomial Infection Control (SENIC) project, many countries have established nationwide surveillance systems for nosocomial infections, including surgical site infections (SSIs)....
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Prospective Multicenter Surveillance Study of Surgical Site Infection after Intracranial Procedures in Korea : A Preliminary Study

Jeong TS, Yee GT

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to investigate the rates, types, and risk factors of surgical site infection (SSI) following intracranial neurosurgical procedures evaluated by a Korean SSI surveillance system. METHODS: This was...
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Prospective Multicenter Surveillance Study of Surgical Site Infection after Spinal Surgery in Korea : A Preliminary Study

Jeong TS, Yee GT

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to investigate the rates, types, and risk factors of surgical site infection (SSI) following spinal surgery using data from a Korean SSI surveillance system that included...
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Nonshaved Ear Surgery: Effect of Hair on Surgical Site Infection of the Middle Ear/Mastoid Surgery and Patients' Preference for the Hair Removal

Lee DH, Yoo S, Shin E, Cho Y

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed 1) to compare the rates of surgical site infection (SSI) between two groups with and without preoperative hair shaving, 2) to compare the bacterial...
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Surgical Site Infection Following Fixation of Acetabular Fractures

Iqbal F, Younus S, Asmatullah , Zia OB, Khan N

PURPOSE: Acetabular fractures are mainly caused by high energy trauma. Surgical fixation of these fractures requires extensive surgical exposure which increases the length of operation and blood loss as well....
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The Use of Gentamicin-Impregnated Collagen Sponge for Reducing Surgical Site Infection after Spine Surgery

Han JS, Kim SH, Jin SW, Lee SH, Kim BJ, Kim SD, Lim DJ

OBJECTIVE: Surgical site infection (SSI) is the one of the most frequent complications in hospitalized patients, and it extends hospital stays and causes extra morbidities. To reduce SSI after spine...
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Surgical site infection after colorectal surgery according to the main anesthetic agent: a retrospective comparison between volatile anesthetics and propofol

Koo BW, Sim JB, Shin HJ, Kim DW, Kang SB, Do SH, Na HS

BACKGROUND: Anesthetic agents used for general anesthesia are emerging possible influential factors for surgical site infection (SSI). In this retrospective study, we evaluated the incidence of SSI after colorectal surgery...
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Analysis of Characteristics and Risk Factors of Surgical Site Infection after Coronary Artery Bypass Graft

Kim MH, Jeong JS, Choi SH

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to examine surgical site infection (SSI) characteristics and risk factors in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery. METHODS: A retrospective observational study...
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Lymphopenia at 4 Days Postoperatively Is the Most Significant Laboratory Marker for Early Detection of Surgical Site Infection Following Posterior Lumbar Instrumentation Surgery

Iwata E, Shigematsu H, Okuda A, Morimoto Y, Masuda K, Nakajima H, Koizumi M, Tanaka Y

STUDY DESIGN: Case control study. PURPOSE: To identify the most significant laboratory marker for early detection of surgical site infection (SSI) using multiple logistic regression analysis. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: SSI is a...
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Does Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Minimize Surgical Site Infections?

Kulkarni A, Patel RS, Dutta S

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective review of prospectively collected data. PURPOSE: To evaluate the incidence of surgical site infections (SSIs) in minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) in a cohort of patients and compare...
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Analysis of Malpractice Claims Associated with Surgical Site Infection in the Field of Plastic Surgery

Park BY, Kwon JW, Kang SR, Hong SE

Postoperative infections are rare after plastic surgery; however, when present, they can affect the aesthetic outcome. Currently, many malpractice lawsuits are associated with surgical site infection. The present study aimed...
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Surveillance of Surgical Wound Infections among Patients from the Department of Surgery: Prospective Trial

Lee JH, Han HS, Min SK, Lee HK, Lee JH, Kim YW, Moon BI, Kim KH, Choi KJ, Jung SY, Choi BH, Choi SY

  • KMID: 2209984
  • J Korean Surg Soc.
  • 2004 Feb;66(2):133-137.
PURPOSE: Despite advances in infection control practices, Surgical Site Infections (SSIs) remain a substantial cause of morbidity and mortality among hospitalized patients. This study was undertaken to determine prospectively the...
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A Study on the Sourcees of Postoperative Wound Infection in Patients with Open Fracture

Chang IY, Lee CJ, Kang SY, Park WC

The purpose of this paper is to define the bacterial sources of wound infection after surgery including debridement for open fractures. Total number of patients were 123 during surgery July...
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