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Postoperative wound infections in patients from the surgical department

, : Postoperative wound infections in patients from the surgical department. Polski Merkuriusz Lekarski 1(3): 216-218

The microbiological evaluation of postoperative wound infections is discussed in aspects of risk factors. In analyzed material Enterobacteriaceae and Staphylococci coagulase-positive were detected as a main cause of infection.


PMID: 9139795

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