Impact of relationship between the stoma site and the primary incision on occurrence of laparotomy wound infection in contaminated or dirty wound operations in neonates

@article{Inoue2018ImpactOR,
  title={Impact of relationship between the stoma site and the primary incision on occurrence of laparotomy wound infection in contaminated or dirty wound operations in neonates},
  author={Mikihiro Inoue and Keiichi Uchida and Yuka Nagano and Kiminori Matsushita and Yosinobu Koike and Kohei Otake and Yoshiki Okita and Yuji Toiyama and Toshimitsu Araki and Michiwo Kusunoki},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2018},
  volume={34},
  pages={957-960}
}
BackgroundIn neonatal surgical patients requiring an enterostomy, there is no definitive recommendation regarding the ideal enterostomy location: at the edge of the primary incision or at a different incision.MethodsWe retrospectively reviewed 2005–2017 administration data in our institution. All neonatal patients who underwent contaminated or dirty wound laparotomy and enterostomy construction were evaluated regarding the enterostomy location, occurrence of postoperative incisional surgical… CONTINUE READING
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