Despite evidence supporting the effectiveness of best practices in infection prevention and management, many healthcare workers fail to implement them and evidence-based practices tend to be underused in routine practice. Prevention and management of infections across the surgical pathway should always focus on collaboration among all healthcare workers sharing knowledge of best practices. To clarify key issues in the prevention and management of infections across the surgical pathway, a multidisciplinary task force of experts convened in Ancona, Italy, on May 31, 2019, for a national meeting. This document represents the executive summary of the final statements approved by the expert panel.

An (Italian) proposal for a comprehensive approach to infections across the surgical pathway / Sartelli, Massimo; Pagani, Leonardo; Iannazzo, Stefania; Luisa Moro, Maria; Viale, Pierluigi; Pan, Angelo; Ansaloni, Luca; Coccolini, Federico; D'Errico, Marcello M.; Agreiter, Iris; Amadio Nespola, Giorgio; Barchiesi, Francesco; Benigni, Valeria; Binazzi, Raffaella; Cappanera, Stefano; Chiodera, Alessandro; Cola, Valentina; Corsi, Daniela; Cortese, Francesco; Crapis, Massimo; Cristini, Francesco; D’Arpino, Alessandro; De Simone, Belinda; Di Bella, Stefano; Di Marzo, Francesco; Donati, Abele; Elisei, Daniele; Fantoni, Massimo; Ferrari, Anna; Foghetti, Domitilla; Francisci, Daniela; Gattuso, Gianni; Giacometti, Andrea; Cesare Gesuelli, Guido; Marmorale, Cristina; Martini, Enrica; Meledandri, Marcello; Murri, Rita; Padrini, Daniela; Palmieri, Dalia; Pauri, Paola; Rebagliati, Carla; Ricchizzi, Enrico; Sambri, Vittorio; Maria Schimizzi, Anna; Siquini, Walter; Scoccia, Loredana; Scoppettuolo, Giancarlo; Sganga, Gabriele; Storti, Nadia; Tavio, Marcello; Toccafondi, Giulio; Tumietto, Fabio; Viaggi, Bruno; Vivarelli, Marco; Tranà, Cristian; Raso, Melina; Maria Labricciosa, Francesco; Dhingra and Fausto Catena, Sameer. - In: WORLD JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY SURGERY. - ISSN 1749-7922. - ELETTRONICO. - 15:1(2020), pp. 13.1-13.26. [10.1186/s13017-020-00295-3]

An (Italian) proposal for a comprehensive approach to infections across the surgical pathway

Marcello M. D'Errico;Francesco Barchiesi;Abele Donati;Andrea Giacometti;Cristina Marmorale;Walter Siquini;Marco Vivarelli;
2020-01-01

Abstract

Despite evidence supporting the effectiveness of best practices in infection prevention and management, many healthcare workers fail to implement them and evidence-based practices tend to be underused in routine practice. Prevention and management of infections across the surgical pathway should always focus on collaboration among all healthcare workers sharing knowledge of best practices. To clarify key issues in the prevention and management of infections across the surgical pathway, a multidisciplinary task force of experts convened in Ancona, Italy, on May 31, 2019, for a national meeting. This document represents the executive summary of the final statements approved by the expert panel.
2020
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