Year 2015, Volume 16, Issue 3, Pages 198 - 203 2015-08-27

Cerrahi Alan İnfeksiyonları ve Risk Faktörleri: Türkiye’de Doğu Anadolu Bölgesinde bir Devlet Hastanesinin Sonuçları

Kasım ÇAĞLAYAN [1] , Ahmet BAL [2] , Mehmet BALCI [3] , Ergin ARSLAN [4] , Neziha YILMAZ [5]

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Objective: Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a major problem after surgery. They cause to impairment of patient comfort, increase morbidity, mortality, in hospital stay and costs. The aim of this study is to investigate the risk factors affecting SSIs. Material and Methods: One thousand forty patients underwent general surgery procedures at a single state

Amaç: Cerrahi alan infeksiyonları (CAİ) cerrahiden sonra görülen major bir problemdir. Hasta konforunun bozulmasına, morbidite ve mortalite artışa, hastanede kalış sü- resinin uzamasına ve hastane maliyetlerinde artışa neden olurlar. Bu çalışmanın amacı cerrahi alan infeksiyonlarını etkileyen risk faktörlerini araştırmaktır.

Materyal ve Metod: Bir devlet hastanesinde Kasım 2007 ile Ağustos 2009 tarihleri arasında cerrahi uygulanan 1040 hasta; CAİ ve onunla ilişkili yaş, cinsiyet, ASA derecelendirmesi, anestezi tipi, cerrahinin zamanlaması ve bölgesi, yara tipi ve altta yatan hastalık açısından retrospektif olarak incelendi.

Bulgular: Hastaların yaşları 4 ile 82 yıl (ort. 36,1 ±15,8 yıl) arasında ve kadın/erkek oranı 43/57 idi. 1040 hastanın 53’ünde (% 5,1) CAİ tanısı konmuştu. CAİ gelişen vakaların % 39,2’sinde S. aureus izole edildi. CAİ gelişen hastaların ortalama yatış süresi 7 gün iken, gelişmeyen hastalarda bu oran 2,7 gün idi. Yaş, yara tipi, ASA skoru ve altta hastalıkla CAİ gelişmesi arasında anlamlı fark bulundu (p<0,05).

Sonuç: Hastaların ameliyat sonrası CAİ oranları literatür ile uyumlu idi. Hastanın yaşı, ASA skoru, yara tipi ve ek hastalık varlığı faktörleri değiştirilmez. Ancak CAİ için risk ameliyat öncesi antibiyotik profilaksisi ile azaltılabilir.

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Author: Kasım ÇAĞLAYAN

Author: Ahmet BAL

Author: Mehmet BALCI

Author: Ergin ARSLAN

Author: Neziha YILMAZ

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APA ÇAĞLAYAN, K , BAL, A , BALCI, M , ARSLAN, E , YILMAZ, N . (). . , 16 (3), 198-203. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/kocatepetip/issue/17438/182672
MLA ÇAĞLAYAN, K , BAL, A , BALCI, M , ARSLAN, E , YILMAZ, N . "". 16 (): 198-203 <http://dergipark.org.tr/kocatepetip/issue/17438/182672>
Chicago ÇAĞLAYAN, K , BAL, A , BALCI, M , ARSLAN, E , YILMAZ, N . "". 16 (): 198-203
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ISNAD ÇAĞLAYAN, Kasım , BAL, Ahmet , BALCI, Mehmet , ARSLAN, Ergin , YILMAZ, Neziha . "". Kocatepe Tıp Dergisi 16 / 3 (August 2015): 198-203.