Donald E. Fry
Little, Brown, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 787 pages
Surgical infections are a common problem faced by even the most experienced surgeon. This book should help the surgeon to understand clinically how to identify and manage infection in their patients. It should be relevant to all surgical subspecialties (including plastic, urologic, orthopaedic, and gynaecologic) and encompasses surgical infections of all kinds.
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History of Surgical Infection
Microbiology of Surgical Pathogens
Altered Host Defense Mechanisms
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abdominal abscess activity acute aerobic agents aminoglycoside amphotericin anaerobic Ann Surg Ann Thorac Surg antibiotic therapy antimicrobial aortic Arch Surg artery arthroplasty ascitic ascitic fluid associated aureus bacteremia bacterial beta-lactamase blood Bone Joint Surg breast cardiac Cardiovasc Surg catheter cause cell cephalosporins cholecystitis chronic Clin Orthop clinical colon complications contamination culture debridement diabetic diagnosis disease diverticulitis drainage drug effect empyema Escherichia coli esophageal perforation factors fistula fungal gram-negative gram-positive Gram's stain hidradenitis suppurativa immune infection rates infective endocarditis inflammatory injury intestinal lesions liver mediastinitis ment mortality mycotic aneurysms necrosis necrotizing necrotizing enterocolitis neutrophil occur open fractures operation organisms osteomyelitis pancreatic pathogens penicillin percent of patients perforation pericarditis peritonitis pneumonia postoperative present procedure prophylaxis prosthetic protein Pseudomonas response risk sepsis septic serum skin soft tissue species Staphylococcus Staphylococcus aureus Surg Gynecol Obstet surgeon surgery syndrome systemic tion trauma treatment ulcer valve VANCOMYCIN wound infection