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Risk factors and the epidemiology of surgical-site infections at a tertiary care medical center in Mexico, the experience at the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Zubirán: A 6-month-prospective cohort study; carried out during the first decade of the XXI century. Untitled Item

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posted on 11.07.2022, 17:01 authored by Jorge Delgado-HachmeisterJorge Delgado-Hachmeister, Irene Mercado-Joffre, Martha Huertas Jimenez, Samuel Ponce de Leon Rosales, Sigfrido Rangel-Frausto

In the data isq, means surgical site infection. We also provide the name of the surgeons for surgeons to check their personal infection rates to improve outcomes. Stata 8.2 version is used, College Station, TX, USA. Most are categorical variables, or converted to categorical variables, or need to be converted to categorical variables, for example to set up a cut of value for albumin < 3g/dl. The same as the body mass index >= 27. 

Funding

CONACYT

National Institutes of Health, Mexico

History

Email address of Submitting Author

jorgeenriquedelgadoh@hotmail.com

Institution

National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Zubiran, La Salle University Mexican Faculty of Medicine, National Autonomous University of Mexico

Country of Origin

Mexico

ORCID URL of Submitting Author