Analysing the Effect of Prophylaxis Antibiotic Administration on Pediatric Clean Surgery Based on Post Operative Response of Neutrophil, Monocyte, and Lymphocyte, and Surgical Site Infection Rate

@article{Yoesoef2018AnalysingTE,
  title={Analysing the Effect of Prophylaxis Antibiotic Administration on Pediatric Clean Surgery Based on Post Operative Response of Neutrophil, Monocyte, and Lymphocyte, and Surgical Site Infection Rate},
  author={Andrizal Yoesoef and Erjan Fikri and Aznan Lelo},
  journal={International Journal Of Medical Science And Clinical Invention},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={3430-3434}
}
Insignificant administration of antibiotic leads to higher health cost and increase of antibiotic resistance. National prophylaxis antibiotic guideline on clean surgery amongst developed countries are varies meanwhile most developing countries still do not have any and adopt the established guidelines, not to mention there is not many specific guidelines for pediatric procedure. In Indonesia, 30% to 80% antibiotic usage was proven unnecessary. This study analysed the effect prophylaxis… 
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“TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF SINGLE DOSE ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS VERSUS CONVENTIONAL ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY IN ELECTIVE CASE OF CLEAN SURGERY”
Introduction: Antibacterial drugs are considered as powerful tools to prevent infections in different settings. Various analysis which have been done on the antibiotic choice and timing of

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