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Resektionsarthroplastik nach Girdlestone bei infizierter Hüfttotalprothese (Spätergebnisse)

  • A. Ekkernkamp
  • K. Neumann
  • G. Muhr
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Zusammenfassung

Trotz strenger Asepsis und des Einsatzes moderner Techniken wie Operationskabinen und Laminar flow beträgt die Rate tiefer Infekte bei Totalendoprothesen am Hüftgelenk unverändert 1–2%. In der Literatur finden sich Angaben tiefer Infektionen nach Totalendoprothese zwischen 0 und 11% (Boitzy u. Zimmermann 1969; Buchholz u. Noack 1973; Charnley 1970; Coventry et al. 1974; Dandy u. Theodorou 1975; Eftekhar u. Stinchfield 1973; Hessert et al. 1972; McKee u. Chen 1973; Müller 1980; Nicholson 1973; Owen u. Pal 1971; Ring 1973; Smith u. Turner 1973; Wilson et al. 1972).

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  • A. Ekkernkamp
  • K. Neumann
  • G. Muhr

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