Phan Dang Than

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INTRODUCTION Postoperative fever is a phenomenon well-known by every orthopedic surgeon, yet its etiological background and its relation to wound infections is still unclear. The number of publications related to this topics in general and in the special field of orthopedics is quite limited. METHOD The incidence of postoperative fever in 177 patients who(More)
In recent years, despite the accessibility to vaccines (both for humans and animals), rabies remains a problem in many areas of Vietnam. While the number of rabies deaths decreased by 90% from 1994 to 2003, the number of rabies deaths increased from 2004 to 2007. In 2007, the number of rabies victims was 2-3 times higher than in 2003 and 131 people died as(More)
BACKGROUND Prefilled syringes are the standard in developed countries but logistic and financial barriers prevent their widespread use in developing countries. The current study evaluated use of a compact, prefilled, autodisable device (CPAD) to deliver pentavalent vaccine by field actors in Senegal and Vietnam. METHODS We conducted a logistic,(More)
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