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Prevention of iatrogenic infections in interventional rheumatology: Optimal measures but adapted to each risk

Abstract : Osteoarticular iatrogenic infections may be serious and justify suitable and optimised preventive measures depending on each risk, as much in terms of mortality as of morbidity. Its appreciation has been the subject of more and more studies, which allow the importance of the problem to be better evaluated. The level of iatrogenic infections after arthroscopy is evaluated at 1 to 5‰ on a recent series of knee operations, but they may be much higher for the elbow [1] and [2]. In practice, this examination is no longer used for diagnosis as it was 10 years ago, the progress in imagery means this invasive act is no longer necessary...
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Yves Maugars, Jean-David Albert, Hervé Bard, Dominique Baron, Jean-Gérard Bloch, et al.. Prevention of iatrogenic infections in interventional rheumatology: Optimal measures but adapted to each risk. Joint Bone Spine, Elsevier Masson, 2016, 83 (3), pp.250-253. ⟨10.1016/j.jbspin.2015.07.003⟩. ⟨hal-01217978⟩

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