wound sepsis

Related to wound sepsis: Wound Infection
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wound sepsis

n (Med) → Wundsepsis f
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One patient presented with a subdural empyema with the bone left off and 2 developed wound sepsis after autologous bone was replaced for non-traumatic hematomas.
She required a relook laparotomy on day 4 after surgery due to wound sepsis in which she had abdominal washouts and fascial closure.
Burns, biofilm and a new appraisal of burn wound sepsis. Burns 2010; 36(1):49-56.
But, necessary hygienic measures is required to be maintained in surgical site to prevent post-operative complications like wound sepsis, enterocutaneous fistulas, chronic prosthetic infection etc (Kim et al., 2014; Reynvoet et al., 2015).
Wound sepsis (27%) and chest infection (18%) were common sequele.
Pneumonia and burn wound sepsis may account for more than 25% of burn-associated mortalities.
Aggressive wound management, often involving multidisciplinary approach, will reduce the incidence of wound sepsis and its associated morbidity and costs.
In case of abdominal surgery if peritoneal cavity is contaminated, wound sepsis is inevitable2.
Persistent wound sepsis was the most common morbidity.
8 (16%) patients in LC group), Biliary leak 2 (4%) patients in OC VS 3 (6%) patients in LC group), Wound sepsis 15 (30%) patients in OC vs.
The trained team of Rescue 1122 Community Training Wing is focusing on preventive measures of Rabies after a possible exposure includes vigorous washing of the wound thoroughly with soap and plenty of water for 10-15 minutes and seeking medical attention immediately, use of appropriate antibiotic to prevent wound sepsis, avoid suturing the wound should not be dressed or bandaged unless necessary, active immunization with anti - Rabies vaccine as per doctors advice, measure to prevent the spread of Rabies.
He subsequently developed chronic wound sepsis. Radiographs of his thigh showed no visible abnormality (Fig.