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https://doi.org/10.5194/jbji-6-91-2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/jbji-6-91-2021
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27 Jan 2021
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One-year infection control rates of a DAIR (debridement, antibiotics and implant retention) procedure after primary and prosthetic-joint-infection-related revision arthroplasty – a retrospective cohort study

F. Ruben H. A. Nurmohamed, Bruce van Dijk, Ewout S. Veltman, Marrit Hoekstra, Rob J. Rentenaar, Harrie H. Weinans, H. Charles Vogely, and Bart C. H. van der Wal

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Literature reporting on the effectiveness of DAIR (debridement, antibiotics and implant retention) procedures performed after a one- or two-stage revision because of a prosthetic joint infection (PJI-related revision arthroplasty) is scarce. Infection control rates of a DAIR procedure after primary arthroplasty (n = 51) and after prior PJI-related revision arthroplasty (n = 16) were 69 % and 56 %, respectively. No statistically significant difference is found in infection control after 1 year.