Manual of Infection Control in Orthopaedic Surgery: Operation Theater Protocols and Patient Optimisation
Surgical site infections are a major complication in orthopaedic surgery. Manual of Infection Control in Orthopaedic Surgery provides guidance on effective measures for reducing infection after orthopaedic procedures.
The book is divided into two sections, the first concerning the preparation of the operating theatre, the surgeon and other theatre personnel, the second concerning perioperative patient preparation. Each section consists of 5 chapters, covering topics such as sterilisation, laminar airflow in theatre, operative site preparation and postoperative management. Each chapter provides a concise review of the relevant literature, including references.
This pocket-sized guide has a simple question and answer format, providing succinct, on the spot advice for orthopaedic surgeons, residents, fellows, postgraduates and students.
- Guide to reducing infection after orthopaedic surgery
- Simple question and answer format
- Pocket-sized for ease of reference
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