Hiromitsu Kinoshita

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INTRODUCTION Even after surgery and intensive postoperative management, the mortality rate associated with colorectal perforation is high. Identification of mortality markers using routinely available preoperative parameters is important. METHODS We enrolled consecutive patients with colorectal perforation who underwent operations from January 2010 to(More)
BACKGROUND Incisional surgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most frequent complications that occur after colorectal surgery. Surgery for colorectal perforation carries an especially high risk of incisional SSI because fecal ascites contaminates the incision intraoperatively, and in patients who underwent stoma creation, the incision is located near(More)
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