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Surgical site infections add to the morbidity, mortality; delay recovery and add to the hospital stay and costs. These are avoidable in most circumstances by altering host, microbial and environmental factors in favour of the host. Caesarean section is a clean contaminated type of surgery where procedure- related chances of infection are less. Careful pre-, inter- and post-surgical prevention and management of associated risk factors, with stringent infection control practices in the operation room can help to achieve minimal infection rates in patients undergoing caesarean section deliveries.
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Author(s): Renu Gur Shalini Dewan Duggal Sharon Rainy Rongpharpi Ruhi Srivastava Avinash KumarVinita Gupta Dolly Chawla Seema Pundhir
Surgical site infection, Superficial, Deep, Organ, Space, Mycobacterial Diseases, Bacterial Infection