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Enterobacter clocae contamination in a postoperative wound

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Enterobacter clocae contamination in a postoperative wound

Anestis Karakatsanis, Apostolos Markioulas, Evropi Michailidou, Nikolaos Krokos, Philipos Ziogas, Theodoros Drizis
31 May 2010

The purpose of this case report was to investigate healing by secondary intention of a large Enterobacter clocae infected, postoperative wound after removal of a purulent abscess on the right tibia (Figure 1), using a new honey-based wound dressing.

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