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Type: Artigo
Title: 2019 update of the WSES guidelines for management of Clostridioides (Clostridium) difficile infection in surgical patients
Author: Di Bella, Stefano
McFarland, Lynne V.
Khanna, Sahil
Furuya-Kanamori, Luis
Abuzeid, Nadir
Abu-Zidan, Fikri M.
Ansaloni, Luca
Augustin, Goran
Bala, Miklosh
Ben-Ishay, Offir
Biffl, Walter L.
Brecher, Stephen M.
Camacho-Ortiz, Adrian
Cainzos, Miguel A.
Chan, Shirley
Cherry-Bukowiec, Jill R.
Clanton, Jesse
Coccolini, Federico
Cocuz, Maria E.
Coimbra, Raul
Cortese, Francesco
Cui, Yunfeng
Czepiel, Jacek
Demetrashvili, Zaza
Di Carlo, Isidoro
Di Saverio, Salomone
Dumitru, Irina M.
Eckmann, Christian
Eiland, Edward H.
Forrester, Joseph D.
Fraga, Gustavo P.
Frossard, Jean L.
Fry, Donald E.
Galeiras, Rita
Ghnnam, Wagih
Gomes, Carlos A.
Griffiths, Ewen A.
Guirao, Xavier
Ahmed, Mohamed H.
Herzog, Torsten
Kim, Jae Il
Iqbal, Tariq
Isik, Arda
Itani, Kamal M. F.
Labricciosa, Francesco M.
Lee, Yeong Y.
Juang, Paul
Karamarkovic, Aleksandar
Kim, Peter K.
Kluger, Yoram
Leppaniemi, Ari
Lohsiriwat, Varut
Machain, Gustavo M.
Marwah, Sanjay
Mazuski, John E.
Metan, Gokhan
Moore, Ernest E.
Moore, Frederick A.
Ordonez, Carlos A.
Pagani, Leonardo
Petrosillo, Nicola
Portela, Francisco
Rasa, Kemal
Rems, Miran
Sakakushev, Boris E.
Segovia-Lohse, Helmut
Sganga, Gabriele
Shelat, Vishal G.
Spigaglia, Patrizia
Tattevin, Pierre
Trana, Cristian
Urbanek, Libor
Ulrych, Jan
Viale, Pierluigi
Baiocchi, Gian L.
Catena, Fausto
Abstract: In the last three decades, Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) has increased in incidence and severity in many countries worldwide. The increase in CDI incidence has been particularly apparent among surgical patients. Therefore, prevention of CDI and optimization of management in the surgical patient are paramount. An international multidisciplinary panel of experts from the World Society of Emergency Surgery (WSES) updated its guidelines for management of CDI in surgical patients according to the most recent available literature. The update includes recent changes introduced in the management of this infection
Subject: Clostridium difficile
Atividade antimicrobiana
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Springer Nature
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1186/s13017-019-0228-3
Date Issue: 2019
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