Chukwuemeka Mbagwu, Rolanda Willacy*, Carl-Henri Monfiston, Charles Adebayo and Robert Wilson
Received:April 16, 2021; Published:April 23, 2021
Corresponding author: Rolanda Willacy, Howard University Hospital, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, USA
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Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a preventable cause of increased morbidity and mortality. They comprise approximately 20% of all hospital-associated infections (HAIs) and are the secondmost common type of HAIs in the United States . A previous study showed that SSIs were the most common nosocomial infection in surgical patients and were responsible for 38% of all infections within that category
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