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|Does the Application of Topical Intrawound Vancomycin Powder Affect Deep Surgical Site Infection and the Responsible Organisms after Spinal Surgery?: A Retrospective Case Series with a Historical Control Group|
|Prashant Adhikari, Vugar Nabi Nabiyev, Sinan Bahadir, Selim Ayhan, Selcen Yuksel, Selcuk Palaoglu, Emre Acaroglu|
Topical intrawound application of vancomycin powder in addition to intravenous administration of antibiotics: A meta-analysis on the deep infection after spinal surgeries
Effect of intrawound vancomycin application in spinal surgery on the incidence of surgical site infection: a meta-analysis
Does intrawound vancomycin powder reduce surgical site infection after posterior instrumented spinal surgery? A propensity score-matched analysis
Optimal Strategy to Control Surgical Site Infection Following Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery: Adequate Management of Risk Factors, Topical Application of Vancomycin Powder in the Surgical Wound, and Preoperative Antibiotic Prophylaxis
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The Adjunctive Use of Vancomycin Powder Appears Safe and May Reduce the Incidence of Surgical-Site Infections After Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery
Intrawound application of vancomycin reduces wound infection after open release of post-traumatic stiff elbows: a retrospective comparative study
Topical Vancomycin in Pediatric Spine Surgery Does Not Reduce Surgical Site Infection: A Retrospective Cohort Study
Does Intrawound Vancomycin Application during Spine Surgery Create Vancomycin Resistant Organisms?
Does Intrawound Application of Vancomycin Influence Bone Regeneration in Spinal Fusion?