Inguinal vascular surgical wound protection by incisional negative pressure wound therapy. A randomized controlled trial—INVIPS Trial. Ann Surg 2020; 271: 48-53
Published: 20th March 2020
Authors: Hasselmann J, Björk J, Svensson-Björk R, Acosta S
A total of 139 open vascular surgical procedures including a groin incision were studied; bilateral procedures had one of each type of dressing. Negative pressure wound therapy reduced the risk of surgical site infection: 11.9 versus 29.5 per cent in unilateral procedures, and 5.3 versus 26.3 per cent in bilateral procedures, overall P=0.02.Pubmed Link
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