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Epidemiological analysis of the prevalence of suppurative septic infections in a traumatological and orthopedic hospital


, : Epidemiological analysis of the prevalence of suppurative septic infections in a traumatological and orthopedic hospital. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii (12): 42-45

Organizational measures, surgical techniques and surgical activity have proved to affect the morbidity rate of suppurative septic infections. Gram-negative bacilli have been shown to cause suppurative septic infections mostly as the result of superinfection.


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