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Surgical
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  • Rothlin
    MA, Schob O, Klotz H , et al (Zurich Univ,
    Switzerland)

    Percutaneous Drainage of Abdominal Abscesses:
    Are large bore catheters necessary ?


    Eur J Surgery 164, 419- 424, 1998

        

    Precutaenous
    drainage is As effective as large – bore drainage in
    patients with abdominal abscesses.

         

      

  • Munoz
    P, Menasalves A, Bernaldo de Quiros JCL, et al (Hosp.
    Gen Universitario – Gregorio Maranon, MADRID)

    Post Surgical Mediastinitis A Case- Control Study.

        

  • Kent
    KC, Rubin MS, WrobleskiL, et al (Harvard Medical
    School, Boston)

    The Impact of Clostridium difficile on a
    surgical service; A prospective study of 374 patients.

        

    2)
    Treatment with any antibiotic

        

    3)    
    Nasogastric tube suction

           

    4)    
    Advanced age

        

    5)    
    Previous antibiotic treatment especially
    cefoxitin

          

  • Althie
    CG, Guizar CB, Alcantara A V, et al (Univ of Mexico)

    Twenty five years of experience in the surgical
    treatment of perforation of the Ileum caused by
    Salmonella typhi at the General Hospital of Mexico
    City, Mexico.

         

  • The
    recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control
    and Prevention [ CDC] for the prevention of surgical
    site infections [ SSI], formerly called surgical wound
    infections are reported in two parts.

          



 

   

Speciality Spotlight

   

   
Surgery
   

 

Surgical Infection
  

  • Rothlin MA, Schob O, Klotz H , et al (Zurich Univ, Switzerland)
    Percutaneous Drainage of Abdominal Abscesses: Are large bore catheters necessary ?
    Eur J Surgery 164, 419- 424, 1998
        
    Precutaenous drainage is As effective as large – bore drainage in patients with abdominal abscesses.
         
      

  • Munoz P, Menasalves A, Bernaldo de Quiros JCL, et al (Hosp. Gen Universitario – Gregorio Maranon, MADRID)
    Post Surgical Mediastinitis A Case- Control Study.
        

  • Kent KC, Rubin MS, WrobleskiL, et al (Harvard Medical School, Boston)
    The Impact of Clostridium difficile on a surgical service; A prospective study of 374 patients.
        
    2) Treatment with any antibiotic
        
    3)     Nasogastric tube suction
           
    4)     Advanced age
        
    5)     Previous antibiotic treatment especially cefoxitin
          

  • Althie CG, Guizar CB, Alcantara A V, et al (Univ of Mexico)
    Twenty five years of experience in the surgical treatment of perforation of the Ileum caused by Salmonella typhi at the General Hospital of Mexico City, Mexico.
         

  • The recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [ CDC] for the prevention of surgical site infections [ SSI], formerly called surgical wound infections are reported in two parts.
          

 

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