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Prevention of patch infection after abdominal external hernia repair

]. 6 Preventions of patch infection Patch infection is difficult to treat and probably requires reoperation, which is expensive and severely affects the life quality of patients. Therefore, the prevention of patch infection obtains preferable clinical results. Many strategies and measures have been employed to reduce the occurrence rate of patch infection. 6.1 Prophylactic application of antibiotic herniorrhaphy as a cleaning surgery The prophylactic use of antibiotics is controversial. In view of orthopedic implant experience, many scholars recommended the use

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Treatment of systemic diseases and oral focal infection

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Oral lesions are highly correlated with the occurrence and development of many diseases. In addition, the treatment of systemic diseases may aggravate oral focal infections, affect the life quality of patients, interfere with the treatment of systemic diseases, and even cause systemic infection in serious cases. Treatment strategies for systemic diseases may induce or aggravate oral local lesion infections. In specific, administration of oral antiepileptic drugs and immunosuppressive drugs may induce gingivitis, radiotherapy or chemotherapy for malignant tumors may cause oral mucositis, long-term use of bisphosphonates for inhibition of tumor bone metastasis or prevention of osteoporosis may cause osteonecrosis of the jaw, and allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation may cause oral rejection reactions.

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