QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF THE BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION OF THE DOGS` INFECTED WOUNDS DURING THE TREATMENT

Authors

  • A.V. Var1kdanyan
  • S.M. Ohanjanyan
  • Е.A. Nikoghosyan
  • A.D. Haroutunyan

Abstract

In modern clinical surgery it is considered  that every wound is contaminated and infected by bacteria. Contamination can be primary and secondary . The  primary contamination of the wounds takes place randomly or during gunshot injury, secondary during surgical operations and bandaging from violation of the rules of  asepsis and antisepsis. The infection in wound develops when imbalance appears between infi ltrated microorganisms and defense system of body appears and is accompanied by the signs of inflammation. From practical point of view the conversion of contaminated wound to infected depends on the degree of functional impairment of the damaged tissue and the virulence of infi ltrated pathogens.

References

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3. Ostrin P.I., Danilov G.V.,Rodman B.G. The Qua¬ntitative Method of Definition of Bacterial Insemination of Infected Wounds // Soviet Medicine, 10, 1985, pp. 99¬100 (in Russian).

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2016-03-09

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VETERINARY SCIENCE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY