Management of Infected Arterial Grafts
This text, intented to be of use to vascular surgeons, contains features such as: diagnostic methods and management techniques to treat aortic and arterial graft infections; methods to achieve a successful graft; and methods to achieve a successful outcome when complete graft excision is required.
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Significance of Positive Intraoperative Arterial Wall Cultures
Differential Effect of Type of Bacteria on Peripheral Graft
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