These guidelines include 13 recommendations for the period before surgery, and 16 for preventing infections during and after surgery. They range from simple precautions such as ensuring that patients bathe or shower before surgery and the best way for surgical teams to clean their hands, to guidance on when to use antibiotics to prevent infections, what disinfectants to use before incision, and which sutures to use.
WHO recommends 29 ways to stop surgical infections and avoid superbugs https://www.who.int/news/item/03-11-2016-who-recommends-29-ways-to-stop-surgical-infections-and-avoid-superbugs
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