Management of the Contaminated Operation
Clean, Nontraumatic, No inflammation encountered, No break in technique, Respiratory, alimentary, genitourinary tracts not entered
Clean-Contaminated, Gastrointestinal or respiratory tracts entered without significant spillage Appendectomy—not perforated—no cloudy peritoneal exudate Prepared oropharynx entered Genitourinary or biliary tract entered in absence of infected urine or bile Minor break in technique
KeywordsWound Infection Necrotizing Fasciitis Colon Anastomosis Presacral Space Wound Protector
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