McCarthy et al. performed a retrospective cohort study between January of 1997 and December of 2004 on 2446 exchange procedures, studying the effect of closed-suction drains on the incidence of local wound complications following tissue expander/implant reconstruction (Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 119: 2018. 2007). We believe that an accurate surgical technique and the patient’s preoperative condition are the only true parameters to be valuated for predictable results in the local wound.

Factors influencing the incidence of local wound complications following tissue expander/implant reconstruction.

ANNACONTINI, LUIGI;PARISI, DOMENICO;CAMPANALE, ANTONELLA;PORTINCASA, AURELIO
2008

Abstract

McCarthy et al. performed a retrospective cohort study between January of 1997 and December of 2004 on 2446 exchange procedures, studying the effect of closed-suction drains on the incidence of local wound complications following tissue expander/implant reconstruction (Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 119: 2018. 2007). We believe that an accurate surgical technique and the patient’s preoperative condition are the only true parameters to be valuated for predictable results in the local wound.
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