Prevalence of Odontogenic Deep Head and Neck Spaces Infection and its Correlation with Length of Hospital Stay

@inproceedings{a2012PrevalenceOO,
  title={Prevalence of Odontogenic Deep Head and Neck Spaces Infection and its Correlation with Length of Hospital Stay},
  author={Hashemi S B. b Zamiri B. a and Rafiee Z. c Hashemi S H. c and Ehsani},
  year={2012}
}
  • Hashemi S B. b Zamiri B. a, Rafiee Z. c Hashemi S H. c, Ehsani
  • Published 2012
Received Nov.2011; Received in revised form Dec.2011; Accepted Jan.2012 ABSTRACT Statement of Problem: As the duration of hospital stay could be an indicator of the severity of infection (Including odontogenic sources); defining related variables could be very helpful in the treatment process. All clinical and paraclinical variables related to sever head and neck infections of odontogenic origin have not been fully evaluated. Purpose: This study was designed to identify the potential risk… CONTINUE READING
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