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Mikrobiologische Befunde aus intraoperativ gewonnenem Gallensaft und ihre klinische Bedeutung

  • G. Schöntag
  • D. Grossner
  • M. Doehn
  • B. Hoffmann
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 130)

Zusammenfassung

Heute, rund 100 Jahre nach Einführung der Antisepsis und Asepsis in die chirurgische Therapie, stellen septische Komplikationen nach bauchchirurgischen Eingriffen noch immer ein großes Problem dar. In der vorliegenden Arbeit soll die Bedeutung der bakteriellen Besiedlung des Gallengangsystems auf den postoperativen Verlauf sowie die Wirksamkeit einer antibiotischen Abschirmung untersucht werden.

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  • G. Schöntag
  • D. Grossner
  • M. Doehn
  • B. Hoffmann

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