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Sternotomy wounds


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Wound complications after median sternotomy: a single-centre study†

Effects of vacuum-assisted closure on central hemodynamics in a sternotomy wound model

Sympathetic and sensory nerve activation during negative pressure therapy of sternotomy wounds☆

Novel application of vacuum assisted closure technique to the treatment of sternotomy wound infection

Is post-sternotomy percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy a predictor for sternal wound infections?

Prevention of sternal wound complications after sternotomy: results of a large prospective randomized multicentre trial†

Negative pressure therapy for post-sternotomy wound infections in young children

Candida albicans Sternal Wound Infections: A Chronic and Recurrent Complication of Median Sternotomy

Topical vancomycin applied on closure of the sternotomy wound does not prevent high levels of systemic vancomycin

Negative pressure wound therapy for post-sternotomy mediastinitis reduces mortality rate and sternal re-infection rate compared to conventional treatment

269HOW EARLY IS TOO EARLY? TIMING OF TRACHEOSTOMY AFTER MEDIAN STERNOTOMY AND RISK OF DEEP STERNAL WOUND INFECTIONS

Does the number of wires used to close a sternotomy have an impact on deep sternal wound infection?

Impact of deep sternal wound infection management with vacuum-assisted closure therapy followed by sternal osteosynthesis: a 15-year review of 23 499 sternotomies

 

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0.4–5% of median sternotomies get infected with a mortality of 5–50%. Related to internal mammary artery (IMA) use – Cosgrove reported no infection with saphenous vein, 0.3% with unilateral ...

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