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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SWI / surgical wound infection

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2018 Factors associated to prevalence and treatment of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae infections: a sevenyears retrospective study in three tertiary care hospitals. AP, BTI, CRE, cUTI, DWI, HABP, SBFI, VABP
2017 Surgical Wound Infection Rates and Risk Factors in Spinal Fusion in a University Teaching Hospital in Madrid, Spain. COPD, OR
2016 Is the Risk of Wound Infection Related to Bilateral Internal Thoracic Artery Graft Potentiated by Age? AOR, CABG, ITA
2016 Postoperative antibiotic prophylaxis in clean-contaminated head and neck oncologic surgery: a retrospective cohort study. ---
2014 Surgical wound infection rates in Spain: data summary, January 1997 through June 2012. HAI, INCLIMECC, NHSN, NNIS
2012 Clinical outcome of arterial myocardial revascularization using bilateral internal thoracic arteries in diabetic patients: a single centre experience. BITAs, CABG, DSWI, LITA
2012 Effect of triclosan-coated sutures on the incidence of surgical wound infection after lower limb revascularization surgery: a randomized controlled trial. ---
2011 Combination of oral non-absorbable and intravenous antibiotics versus intravenous antibiotics alone in the prevention of surgical site infections after colorectal surgery: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. RCT, RR, SSI
2011 Supplemental postoperative oxygen in the prevention of surgical wound infection after lower limb vascular surgery: a randomized controlled trial. CI, OR
10  2010 Prophylactic antibiotics in maxillofacial fractures: a requisite? ---
11  2010 Surgical wound infections after vascular surgery: prospective multicenter observational study. ---
12  2009 Antimicrobial prophylaxis for colorectal surgery. CI, RR
13  2006 Comparison of primary wound closure versus open wound management in perforated appendicitis. LOS
14  2006 Prediction of and risk factors for surgical wound infection in the saphenous vein harvesting leg in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass. CABG
15  2005 Peri-operative glucose control and development of surgical wound infections in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft. CABG
16  2003 Standardized infection ratios for three general surgery procedures: a comparison between Spanish hospitals and U.S. centers participating in the National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance System. SIRs
17  2003 Surgical wound infection surveillance in general surgery procedures at a teaching hospital in Pakistan. CI, NNIS, OR
18  2002 [Comparative study of surgical wound infection diagnosed in-hospital and post discharge]. ---
19  2000 Risk factors for surgical wound infection and bacteraemia following coronary artery bypass surgery. CABG
20  2000 [Risk factors for surgical wound infection in digestive surgery. Retrospective study of 3,000 surgical wounds]. ---
21  1998 [Infection registration underestimates the frequency of surgical wound infection]. ---
22  1997 Long-term prognosis of patients with surgical wound infections. ---
23  1997 Risk factors for surgical-wound infection in general surgery: a prospective study. OR
24  1997 Sentinel system for nosocomial infections in The Netherlands: a pilot study. ICPs, LMR, NI, UTI
25  1997 [Estimation of surgical wound infection rates using a post-hospital surveillance program]. ---
26  1997 [The effect of changing some patient care practices on the incidence of surgical wound infections following "clean" interventions. PRINOS group of study]. ---
27  1996 Infection registration underestimates the risk of surgical wound infections. ---
28  1996 Surgical wound infections diagnosed after discharge from hospital: epidemiologic differences with in-hospital infections. CIs
29  1996 [Risk factors associated with the development of surgical wound infection in a general surgery service]. CI, RR
30  1996 [Use of the NNIS index for determining the intrinsic risk of surgical infection]. NNIS risk index
31  1995 Incidence of deep and superficial sternal infection after open heart surgery. A ten years retrospective study from 1981 to 1991. DSI
32  1994 A computerized nationwide network for nosocomial infection surveillance in Belgium. ---
33  1994 International comparison of results of infection surveillance: The Netherlands versus Belgium. NL
34  1994 [Introduction of an infection registration program for surgical wound infection based on the WHOCARE software of WHO]. ---
35  1993 Abdominal surgical wound infection is lowered with improved perioperative enterococcus and bacteroides therapy. ---
36  1993 How do we collect data for surveillance of wound infection? ---
37  1993 [Frequency of surgical wound infections in patients treated with a barrier procedure. Multicentric study]. ---
38  1992 Consensus paper on the surveillance of surgical wound infections. The Society for Hospital Epidemiology of America; The Association for Practitioners in Infection Control; The Centers for Disease Control; The Surgical Infection Society. ASA, CDC, SHEA
39  1992 Surgical wound infection rates: use caution when comparing. ---
40  1991 Analysis of risk factors for surgical wound infections following vascular surgery. ---
41  1991 Serratia marcescens surgical wound infection following breast reconstruction. ---
42  1991 Surgical infections surveillance: results of a six-month incidence study in two Italian hospitals. ---
43  1991 Surgical wound infection rates by wound class, operative procedure, and patient risk index. National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance System. ---
44  1989 [Postoperative wound infections at a mixed surgical department. 1 year's registration employing a PC-based system]. ---
45  1987 Prevention of surgical wound infections (S.W.I.). Ten years of experience. ---
46  1986 Operating room surveillance: a new approach in reducing hip and knee prosthetic wound infections. IOS