Risk factors for surgical site infection in potentially contaminated surgeries
Keywords:Stomatherapy, Patient safety, Intraoperative period, Surgical wound infection, Hospital infection
AbstractObjective: To associate the intraoperative period risk factors of potentially contaminated surgeries with the occurrence of surgical site infection in the postoperative period at the hospital and at domicile. Method: A longitudinal, descriptive and quantitative study was realized from February to June 2015 with 90 patients and with an interview and observation script applied during the surgical procedure. Results: The surgical site infection occurred in nine participants in the postoperative hospital and 42 in the domicile. Conclusion: Hospital and domicile control and follow-up are suggested, preventing the risk of infections and making patient safety possible.
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Martins T, Amante LN, Virtuoso JF, da Silva R, de Pinho FM, Henckemaier L, Lopes RM de O. Risk factors for surgical site infection in potentially contaminated surgeries. ESTIMA [Internet]. 2018Aug.9 [cited 2020Oct.29];160. Available from: https://www.revistaestima.com.br/estima/article/view/515
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