MODERN PRINCIPLES OF DIAGNOSTICS AND ANTIBACTERIAL THERAPY OF PROSTHETIC JOINT INFECTION (REVIEW)

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The hip and knee replacement was widely adopted in orthopedic surgery. It is high on the list on intervention volume, size of bleeds and to development of the general and local complications. Infectious complications are one of the basic and most expensive problems with significant socially losses after arthroplasty. Early diagnosis, selection of surgical tactics, accurate identification of the responsible microorganisms and choice of an effective antibiotic are important components of successful treatment of prosthetic joint infection. Main principles of diagnostics and rational antibacterial therapy of prosthetic infection are presented in the review.

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S. A. Bozhkova

ФГБУ «Российский научно-исследовательский институт травматологии и ортопедии им. Р.Р. Вредена» Минздравсоцразвития России

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к.м.н., заведующая отделением клинической фармакологии Russian Federation

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