Postoperativa sårinfektioner inom hudkirurgi - En evidensöversikt: Orsakar onödigt lidande och ökade vårdkostnader, bästa förebyggande åtgärd ännu inte klarlagd

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T1 - Postoperativa sårinfektioner inom hudkirurgi - En evidensöversikt

T2 - Läkartidningen

AU - Saleh, Karim

AU - Schmidtchen, Artur

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Surgical site infections (SSIs) in dermatologic surgery are rare, but when they do occur they can cause unnecessary suffering in patients, delayed healing, and result in poor scar cosmesis. The etiology and pathogenesis of SSIs in dermatologic surgery are not completely understood and most current preventative measures lack strong scientific evidence. Focusing on dermatologic surgery, this article provides an updated overview of the subject with data summarizing relevant studies.

AB - Surgical site infections (SSIs) in dermatologic surgery are rare, but when they do occur they can cause unnecessary suffering in patients, delayed healing, and result in poor scar cosmesis. The etiology and pathogenesis of SSIs in dermatologic surgery are not completely understood and most current preventative measures lack strong scientific evidence. Focusing on dermatologic surgery, this article provides an updated overview of the subject with data summarizing relevant studies.

M3 - Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift

VL - 116

JO - Läkartidningen

JF - Läkartidningen

SN - 0023-7205

IS - 13

M1 - 592

ER -