L Pfafferott

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About 30% of 209 drains (wound drains, venous catheters, ureteral splints) from 92 pediatric surgical patients were contaminated with pathogens. 70% were sterile. E. coli and staphylococci were most frequently found. Wound drains after abdominal operations had the highest contamination rate at 70%, followed by ureteral splints with 50% and venous catheters(More)
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