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Research Article

Management of Deep Infection after Instrumentation on Lumbar Spinal Surgery in a Single Institution

Table 1

Demographic data of patients with postoperative infection.

Implant groupNonimplant group value

Postoperative
infection /total (%)
31/1176 (2.64)7/699 (1.00)<0.05
Age (years, mean ± SD)65.5 ± 12.967.6 ± 11.80.702
Gender, male/female16/152/50.410
Operation time (hours)3.4 ± 0.82.7 ± 0.8<0.05
Bleeding amount (mL)826.5 ± 361.7564.3 ± 319.20.086
Irrigation amount
(mL)
2080.6 ± 817.51464.3 ± 625.40.071
Drainage tube indwelling, Y/N30/16/10.339
Days for infection start5.2 ± 0.65.0 ± 0.00.344
Hospital stay (days)32.6 ± 3.433.7 ± 7.70.695

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