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Surgical-Site Antisepsis in Cesarean Deliveries

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Rates of surgical site infection (SSI) appear to be similar between cesarean deliveries using chlorhexidine-alcohol and those using povidone-iodine. A retrospective cohort review found that the duration of cesarean delivery was the only significant predictor of SSI.

Abstract: Obstetrics & Gynecology, November 2012.

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