Beneficios y perjuicios | 23 MAY 16

Ducha postoperatoria para heridas limpias y limpias-contaminadas

Se compararon las tasas de infección, puntajes de dolor, satisfacción con el cuidado de la herida y costos.
Autor/a: sieh PY, Chen KY, Chen HY, Sheng WH, Chang CH, Wang CL, Chiag PY, Chen HP, Shiao CW, Lee PC, Tai HC, Chien HF Yu PJ, Lin BR, Lai YH, Chen JS, Lai HS  Ann Surg 2016; 263(5): 931-936
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