Effects of Subcutaneous Closed Suction Drain for the Prevention of Incisional SSI in Patients with Colorectal Perforation

@inproceedings{Sumi2014EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of Subcutaneous Closed Suction Drain for the Prevention of Incisional SSI in Patients with Colorectal Perforation},
  author={Yasuo Sumi and Kimihiro Yamashita and Kiyonori Kanemitsu and Shingo Kanaji and Masashi Yamamoto and Tatsuya Imanishi and Tetsu Nakamura and Satoshi Suzuki and Kenichi Tanaka and Yoshihiro Kakeji},
  year={2014}
}
Objective: To determine if a subcutaneous closed suction drain decreases the incidence of wound complications in patients undergoing emergency surgery for colorectal perforation. Materials and Methods: Data on 47 patients who underwent emergency operations for colorectal perforation were examined retrospectively. The clinical features of these cases with or… CONTINUE READING