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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.34 supplement 2 No.2 April 2010. -

Because of a possible delayed wound healing, critical colonization and infection of wounds present a problem for surgeons1–3. Colonized and infected wounds are a potential source for cross-infection1–3. Molndal technique of wound dressing has proven to be effective in prevention of infection. Also the wound heal better and faster3–5. In our study we wanted to describe the benefits of the Molndal technique wound dressing after laparoscopic cholecistectomy compared to traditional wound dressing technique. Molndal technique consisted of wound dressing with Aquacel Ag – Hydrofiber ConvaTec, Dublin, Ireland. Traditional technique was performed using gauze compresses and hypoallergic adhesives. We analyzed the results of 100 patients after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. 50 patients were treated by Molndal technique and 50 patients by the traditional technique of wound dressing. In the group trated by Molndal technique only 1 2% patient has revealed a wound infection, proven by positive microbiological examination and suppuration, mostly in the subumbilical incision. In the traditional technique group 7 14% patients developed wound infection also predominantly in the subumbilical incision. The difference was statistically significant p



Autor: Marin Marinović - ; Department of Traumatology, University Hospital of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia Tedi Cicvarić - ; Department of

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