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    • Infection following orthopaedic implants and bone surgery 

      Mousa, H.A. (‎2001)‎
      Forty-seven patients were investigated for early or late postoperative infections of orthopaedic implants and/or bone. A total of 88 isolates were recovered [‎64 aerobes and 24 anaerobes]‎. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus epidermidis were the most common causative agents. Anaerobic bacteria were isolated from 16 [‎34%]‎ patients; 50% of patients with late-onset infection and 10.5% with early-onset infection. In 6 [‎12.8%]‎ patients, infection was with anaerobic organisms alone. All these patients had retained an extramedullary internal fixation ...