Elevated airborne bacteria causes increased surgical site infection
Air quality in operating rooms is a critical factor in reducing SSI's
Joint replacement procedures performed in rooms with over 50 CFU/m³ airborne bacterial colony forming units per cubic meter were 2.6x times as likely to have postoperative SSI than those with 20 CFU/m³.
Surgical site infections impose a burden on our healthcare system
Many factors have been identified that contribute to the risk of SSIs; Patient factors play a part however some factors are modifiable such as elevated airborne bacterial colony forming units.
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