The dispersal of organisms from minor septic lesions.

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Air sampling during the incision of 40 septic lesions did not produce any evidence of dispersal of pathogenic bacteria. The removal of dressings in a sterile dressing-box was associated with the dispersal of both pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria. From 45 dressings the average total bacterial count was 104 bacteria-containing particles per cubic foot… (More)

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@article{Thom1962TheDO, title={The dispersal of organisms from minor septic lesions.}, author={Bridgette Thom and Ross G. White}, journal={Journal of clinical pathology}, year={1962}, volume={15}, pages={559-62} }