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Infection Risks Due to Surgury, Medical

Infection Risks Due to Surgury Infection Risks Due to Surgury

Discusses the risk of infection after surgery for knee or hip replacement, associated problems, and approaches taken at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital. Concerns include: antibiotic-resistant bacteria such as the MRSA bacterium, The ESBL E coli, and Klebsiella as well as Clostridium difficile. For surgical wounds, our rates of infection have been consistently low since 2002.

National infection rates are higher than our rates. .

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Author: Dr. Rod Warren, Sister Pam Warren (Fellow) | Visits: 1335 | Page Views: 1344
Domain:  Medicine Category: Implants 
Upload Date: 12th-Dec-2008  

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