A. Alex Jahangir

A. Alex Jahangir

Vanderbilt University

H-index: 27

North America-United States

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Vanderbilt University

Position

Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Citations(all)

2152

Citations(since 2016)

1297

Cited By

1392

hIndex(all)

27

hIndex(since 2016)

22

i10Index(all)

47

i10Index(since 2016)

43

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Vanderbilt University

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orthopedic trauma

health policy

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The research interests of A. Alex Jahangir are: orthopedic trauma, health policy

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Top articles of A. Alex Jahangir

The impact of heterotopic ossification prophylaxis after surgical fixation of acetabular fractures: national treatment patterns and related outcomes

BackgroundHeterotopic ossification (HO) is a common complication after surgical fixation of acetabular fractures. Numerous strategies have been employed to prevent HO formation, but results are mixed and optimal treatment strategy remains controversial. The purpose of the study was to describe current national heterotopic ossification (HO) prophylaxis patterns among academic trauma centers, determine the association between prophylaxis type and radiographic HO, and identify if heterogeneity in treatment effects exist based on outcome risk strata.MethodsWe used data from a subset of participants enrolled in the Pragmatic Randomized Trial Evaluating Pre-Operative Alcohol Skin Solutions in Fractured Extremities (PREPARE) trial. We included only patients with closed AO-type 62 acetabular fractures that were surgically treated via a posterior (Kocher-Langenbeck), combined anterior and posterior, or …

Authors

Adam Boissonneault,Nathan O Hara,David Pogorzelski,Lucas Marchand,Thomas Higgins,Leah Gitajn,Mark J Gage,Roman M Natoli,Ishani Sharma,Sarah Pierrie,Robert V O’Toole,Sheila Sprague,Gerard Slobogean,Gerard P Slobogean,Jeffrey Wells,Mohit Bhandari,Anthony D Harris,C Daniel Mullins,Lehana Thabane,Amber Wood,Gregory J Della Rocca,Joan Hebden,Kyle J Jeray,Lucas S Marchand,Lyndsay M O'Hara,Robert Zura,Christopher Lee,Joseph Patterson,Michael J Gardner,Jenna Blasman,Jonah Davies,Stephen Liang,Monica Taljaard,PJ Devereaux,Gordon H Guyatt,Diane Heels-Ansdell,Debra Marvel,Jana Palmer Jeffrey Wells,Jeff Friedrich,Nathan N O'Hara,Frances Grissom,I Leah Gitajn,Saam Morshed,Robert V O'Toole,Bradley A Petrisor,Franca Mossuto,Manjari G Joshi,Jean-Claude D'Alleyrand,Justin Fowler,Jessica Rivera,Max Talbot,Shannon Dodds,Silvia Li,Alejandra Rojas,Gina Del Fabbro,Olivia Paige Szasz,Paula McKay,Alexandra Minea,Andrea Howe,Haley Demyanovich,Michelle Medeiros,Genevieve Polk,Eric Kettering,Nirmen Mahal,PREP-IT Clinical Sites,Andrew Eglseder,Aaron Johnson,Christopher Langhammer,Christopher Lebrun,Jason Nascone,Raymond Pensy,Andrew Pollak,Marcus Sciadini,Yasmin Degani,Haley K Demyanovich,Heather Phipps,Eric Hempen,Christine Holler,Brad A Petrisor,Herman Johal,Bill Ristevski,Dale Williams,Matthew Denkers,Krishan Rajaratnam,Jamal Al-Asiri,Jodi Gallant,Kaitlyn Pusztai,Sarah MacRae,Sara Renaud,John D Adams,Michael L Beckish,Christopher C Bray,Timothy R Brown,Andrew W Cross,Timothy Dew,Gregory K Faucher,Richard W Gurich Jr,David E Lazarus,S John Millon,M Christian Moody,M Jason Palmer,Scott E Porter,Thomas M Schaller,Michael S Sridhar,John L Sanders,L Edwin Rudisill Jr,Michael J Garitty,Andrew S Poole,Michael L Sims,Clark M Walker,Robert Carlisle,Erin A Hofer,Brandon Huggins,Michael Hunter,William Marshall,Shea B Ray,Cory Smith,Kyle M Altman,Erin Pichiotino,Julia C Quirion,Markus F Loeffler,Erin R Pichiotino,Austin A Cole,Ethan J Maltz,Wesley Parker,T Bennett Ramsey,Alex Burnikel,Michael Colello,Russell Stewart,Jeremy Wise,Matthew Anderson,Joshua Eskew,Benjamin Judkins,James M Miller,Stephanie L Tanner,Rebecca G Snider,Christine E Townsend,Kayla H Pham,Abigail Martin,Emily Robertson,Emily Bray,J Wilson Sykes,Krystina Yoder,Kelsey Conner,Harper Abbott,Todd O McKinley,Walter W Virkus,Anthony T Sorkin,Jan P Szatkowski,Brian H Mullis

Journal

Injury

Publish By

Elsevier

Publish Date

2023/6/1

Winquist View of the Femoral Neck: Ideal Visualization of Femoral Neck Fixation

BackgroundDespite the increased frequency of cephalomedullary fixation for unstable intertrochanteric hip fractures, failure with screw cut-out and varus collapse remains a significant failure mode. Proper positioning of implants into the femoral neck and head directly influences the stability of fracture fixation. Visualization of the femoral neck and head can be challenging and failure to do so may lead to poor results; Obstacles include patient positioning, body habitus, and implant application tools. We present the “Winquist View,” an oblique fluoroscopic projection that shows the femoral neck in profile, aligns the implant and cephalic component, and assists in implant placement.MethodsWith the patient in the lateral position, the legs are scissored when possible. Following standard reduction techniques, the Winquist view is used to check reduction prior to surgical draping. Intraoperatively, we rely on a perfect image …

Authors

Alexandra M Cancio-Bello,Matthew D Karam,A Alex Jahangir,David Templeman,William W Cross III

Journal

The Iowa orthopaedic journal

Publish By

University of Iowa

Publish Date

2023

Association of patient-level and hospital-level factors with timely fracture care by race

ImportanceRacial disparities in treatment benchmarks have been documented among older patients with hip fractures. However, these studies were limited to patient-level evaluations.ObjectiveTo assess whether disparities in meeting fracture care time-to-surgery benchmarks exist at the patient level or at the hospital or institutional level using high-quality multicenter prospectively collected data; the study hypothesis was that disparities at the hospital-level reflecting structural health systems issues would be detected.Design, Setting, and ParticipantsThis cohort study was a secondary analysis of prospectively collected data in the PREP-IT (Program of Randomized trials to Evaluate Preoperative antiseptic skin solutions in orthopaedic Trauma) program from 23 sites throughout North America. The PREP-IT trials enrolled patients from 2018 to 2021, and patients were followed for 1-year. All patients with hip and femur …

Authors

Ida Leah Gitajn,Paul Werth,Eseosa Fernandes,Sheila Sprague,Nathan N O'Hara,Sofia Bzovsky,Lucas S Marchand,Joseph Thomas Patterson,Christopher Lee,Gerard P Slobogean,Gerard P Slobogean,Jeffrey Wells,Mohit Bhandari,Anthony D Harris,C Daniel Mullins,Lehana Thabane,Amber Wood,Gregory J Della Rocca,Joan Hebden,Kyle J Jeray,Lucas S Marchand,Lyndsay M O'Hara,Robert Zura,Joseph Patterson,Michael J Gardner,Jenna Blasman,Jonah Davies,Stephen Liang,Monica Taljaard,PJ Devereaux,Gordon H Guyatt,Debra Marvel,Jana Palmer,Jeff Friedrich,Nathan N O'Hara,Ms Frances Grissom,I Leah Gitajn,Saam Morshed,Robert V O'Toole,Bradley A Petrisor,Franca Mossuto,Manjari G Joshi,Jean Claude D'Alleyrand,Justin Fowler,Jessica Rivera,Max Talbot,Shannon Dodds,Silvia Li,David Pogorzelski,Alejandra Rojas,Gina Del Fabbro,Olivia P Szasz,Diane Heels Ansdell,Paula McKay,Kevin Murphy,Andrea Howe,Haley Demyanovich,Eric Kettering,Genevieve Polk,Michelle Medeiros,Andrew Eglseder,Aaron Johnson,Christopher Langhammer,Christopher Lebrun,Jason Nascone,Raymond Pensy,Andrew Pollak,Marcus Sciadini,Yasmin Degano,Haley K Demyanovich,Heather Phipps,Eric Hempen,Brad A Petrisor,Herman Johal,Bill Ristevski,Dale Williams,Matthew Denkers,Krishan Rajaratnam,Jamal Al-Asiri,Jodi Gallant,Kaitlyn Pusztai,Sarah MacRae,Sara Renaud,Roman N Natoli,Todd O McKinley,Walter W Virkus,Anthony T Sorkin,Jan P Szatkowski,Brian H Mullis,Yohan Jang,Luke A Lopas,Lauren C Hill,Courteney L Fentz,Maricela M Diaz,Krista Brown,Katelyn M Garst,Emma W Denari,Patrick Osborn,Sarah Pierrie,Maria Herrera,John D Adams,Michael L Beckish,Christopher C Bray,Timothy R Brown,Andrew W Cross,Timothy Dew,Gregory K Faucher,Richard W Gurich,David E Lazarus,S John Millon,M Christian Moody,M Jason Palmer,Scott E Porter,Thomas M Schaller,Michael S Sridhar,John L Sanders,L Edwin Rudisill,Michael J Garitty,Andrew S Poole,Michael L Sims,Clark M Walker,Robert Carlisle,Erin A Hofer,Brandon Huggins,Michael Hunter,William Marshall,Shea B Ray,Cory Smith,Kyle M Altman,Julia C Quirion,Erin Pichiotino,Markus F Loeffler,Austin A Cole,Ethan J Maltz,Wesley Parker,T Bennett Ramsey,Alex Burnikel,Michael Colello,Russell Stewart,Jeremy Wise,Matthew Anderson,Joshua Eskew,Benjamin Judkins,James M Miller,Stephanie L Tanner,Rebecca G Snider,Christine E Townsend,Kayla H Pham,Abigail Martin,Emily Robertson

Journal

JAMA Network Open

Publish By

American Medical Association

Publish Date

2022/11/1

Aqueous skin antisepsis before surgical fixation of open fractures (Aqueous-PREP): a multiple-period, cluster-randomised, crossover trial

BackgroundChlorhexidine skin antisepsis is frequently recommended for most surgical procedures; however, it is unclear if these recommendations should apply to surgery involving traumatic contaminated wounds where povidone-iodine has previously been preferred. We aimed to compare the effect of aqueous 10% povidone-iodine versus aqueous 4% chlorhexidine gluconate on the risk of surgical site infection in patients who required surgery for an open fracture.MethodsWe conducted a multiple-period, cluster-randomised, crossover trial (Aqueous-PREP) at 14 hospitals in Canada, Spain, and the USA. Eligible patients were adults aged 18 years or older with an open extremity fracture treated with a surgical fixation implant. For inclusion, the open fracture required formal surgical debridement within 72 h of the injury. Participating sites were randomly assigned (1:1) to use either aqueous 10% povidone-iodine …

Authors

Gerard P Slobogean,Sheila Sprague,Jeffrey L Wells,Mohit Bhandari,Anthony D Harris,C Daniel Mullins,Lehana Thabane,Amber Wood,Gregory J Della Rocca,Joan N Hebden,Kyle J Jeray,Lucas S Marchand,Lyndsay M O'Hara,Robert D Zura,Christopher Lee,Joseph T Patterson,Michael J Gardner,Jenna Blasman,Jonah Davies,Stephen Liang,Monica Taljaard,PJ Devereaux,Gordon Guyatt,Diane Heels-Ansdell,Debra Marvel,Jana E Palmer,Jeff Friedrich,Nathan N O'Hara,Frances Grissom,I Leah Gitajn,Saam Morshed,Robert V O'Toole,Bradley Petrisor,Franca Mossuto,Manjari G Joshi,Jean-Claude G D'Alleyrand,Justin Fowler,Jessica C Rivera,Max Talbot,David Pogorzelski,Shannon Dodds,Silvia Li,Gina Del Fabbro,Olivia Paige Szasz,Sofia Bzovsky,Paula McKay,Alexandra Minea,Kevin Murphy,Andrea L Howe,Haley K Demyanovich,Wayne Hoskins,Michelle Medeiros,Genevieve Polk,Eric Kettering,Nirmen Mahal,Andrew Eglseder,Aaron Johnson,Christopher Langhammer,Christopher Lebrun,Jason Nascone,Raymond Pensy,Andrew Pollak,Marcus Sciadini,Yasmin Degani,Heather Phipps,Eric Hempen,Herman Johal,Bill Ristevski,Dale Williams,Matthew Denkers,Krishan Rajaratnam,Jamal Al-Asiri,Jodi L Gallant,Kaitlyn Pusztai,Sarah MacRae,Sara Renaud,John D Adams,Michael L Beckish,Christopher C Bray,Timothy R Brown,Andrew W Cross,Timothy Dew,Gregory K Faucher,Richard W Gurich Jr,David E Lazarus,S John Millon,M Christian Moody,M Jason Palmer,Scott E Porter,Thomas M Schaller,Michael S Sridhar,John L Sanders,L Edwin Rudisill Jr,Michael J Garitty,Andrew S Poole,Michael L Sims,Clark M Walker,Robert Carlisle,Erin A Hofer,Brandon Huggins,Michael Hunter,William Marshall,Shea B Ray,Cory Smith,Kyle M Altman,Erin R Pichiotino,Julia C Quirion,Markus F Loeffler,Austin A Cole,Ethan J Maltz,Wesley Parker,T Bennett Ramsey,Alex Burnikel,Michael Colello,Russell Stewart,Jeremy Wise,Matthew Anderson,Joshua Eskew,Benjamin Judkins,James M Miller,Stephanie L Tanner,Rebecca G Snider,Christine E Townsend,Kayla H Pham,Abigail Martin,Emily Robertson,Emily Bray,J Wilson Sykes,Krystina Yoder,Kelsey Conner,Harper Abbott,Roman M Natoli,Todd O McKinley,Walter W Virkus,Anthony T Sorkin,Jan P Szatkowski,Brian H Mullis,Yohan Jang,Luke A Lopas,Lauren C Hill,Courteney L Fentz,Maricela M Diaz,Krista Brown,Katelyn M Garst,Emma W Denari,Patrick Osborn,Sarah N Pierrie,Bradley Kessler,Maria Herrera,Theodore Miclau

Journal

The Lancet

Publish By

Elsevier

Publish Date

2022/10/15

The impact of COVID-19 restrictions on participant enrollment in the PREPARE trial

BackgroundAt the initiation of the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions forced researchers to decide whether to continue their ongoing clinical trials. The PREPARE (Pragmatic Randomized Trial Evaluating Pre-Operative Alcohol Skin Solutions in Fractured Extremities) trial is a pragmatic cluster-randomized crossover trial in patients with open and closed fractures. PREPARE was enrolling over 200 participants per month at the initiation of the pandemic. We aim to describe how the COVID-19 research restrictions affected participant enrollment.MethodsThe PREPARE protocol permitted telephone consent, however, sites were obtaining consent in-person. To continue enrollment after the initiation of the restrictions participating sites obtained ethics approval for telephone consent scripts and the waiver of a signature on the consent form. We recorded the number of sites that switched to telephone consent, paused …

Authors

David Pogorzelski,Paula McKay,Michael J Weaver,Todd Jaeblon,Robert A Hymes,Greg E Gaski,Joanne Fraifogl,James S Ahn,Sofia Bzovsky,Gerard Slobogean,Sheila Sprague,Michael J Gardner,Jenna Blasman,Jonah Davies,Stephen Liang,Monica Taljaard,Gerard P Slobogean,Jeffrey Wells,Mohit Bhandari,Anthony D Harris,C Daniel Mullins,Lehana Thabane,Amber Wood,Gregory J Della Rocca,Joan Hebden,Kyle J Jeray,Lucas S Marchand,Lyndsay M O'Hara,Robert Zura,Christopher Lee,Joseph Patterson,PJ Devereaux,Gordon H Guyatt,Diane Heels-Ansdell,Debra Marvel,Jana Palmer,Jeff Friedrich,Nathan N O'Hara,Ms Frances Grissom,I Leah Gitajn,Saam Morshed,Robert V O'Toole,Bradley A Petrisor,Franca Mossuto,Manjari G Joshi,Jean-Claude D'Alleyrand,Justin Fowler,Jessica Rivera,Max Talbot,Shannon Dodds,Silvia Li,Alejandra Rojas,Gina Del Fabbro,Olivia Paige Szasz,Alexandra Minea,Kevin Murphy,Andrea Howe,Haley Demyanovich,Michelle Medeiros,Genevieve Polk,Eric Kettering,Nirmen Mahal,Andrew Eglseder,Aaron Johnson,Christopher Langhammer,Christopher Lebrun,Jason Nascone,Raymond Pensy,Andrew Pollak,Marcus Sciadini,Yasmin Degani,Haley K Demyanovich,Heather Phipps,Eric Hempen,Christine Holler,Brad A Petrisor,Herman Johal,Bill Ristevski,Dale Williams,Matthew Denkers,Krishan Rajaratnam,Jamal Al-Asiri,Jodi Gallant,Kaitlyn Pusztai,Sarah MacRae,Sara Renaud,John D Adams,Michael L Beckish,Christopher C Bray,Timothy R Brown,Andrew W Cross,Timothy Dew,Gregory K Faucher,Richard W Gurich Jr,David E Lazarus,S John Millon,M Christian Moody,M Jason Palmer,Scott E Porter,Thomas M Schaller,Michael S Sridhar,John L Sanders,L Edwin Rudisill Jr,Michael J Garitty,Andrew S Poole,Michael L Sims,Clark M Walker,Robert Carlisle,Erin A Hofer,Brandon Huggins,Michael Hunter,William Marshall,Shea B Ray,Cory Smith,Kyle M Altman,Erin Pichiotino,Julia C Quirion,Markus F Loeffler,Erin R Pichiotino,Austin A Cole,Ethan J Maltz,Wesley Parker,T Bennett Ramsey,Alex Burnikel,Michael Colello,Russell Stewart,Jeremy Wise,Matthew Anderson,Joshua Eskew,Benjamin Judkins,James M Miller,Stephanie L Tanner,Rebecca G Snider,Christine E Townsend,Kayla H Pham,Abigail Martin,Emily Robertson,Emily Bray,J Wilson Sykes,Krystina Yoder,Kelsey Conner,Harper Abbott,Roman M Natoli,Todd O McKinley,Walter W Virkus,Anthony T Sorkin,Jan P Szatkowski,Brian H Mullis,Yohan Jang,Luke A Lopas

Journal

Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications

Publish By

Elsevier

Publish Date

2022/10/1

Tibia diaphyseal fracture

Objectives:Identify the etiology of tibial diaphyseal fractures.Explain the radiographic findings of tibial diaphyseal fractures.Describe the management of tibial diaphyseal fractures.Outline the importance of enhancing care coordination among the interprofessional team to ensure proper evaluation and management of tibial diaphyseal fractures.

Authors

Jillian Kazley,Alex Jahangir

Publish By

StatPearls Publishing

Publish Date

2022/8/8

Effect of intrawound vancomycin powder in operatively treated high-risk tibia fractures: a randomized clinical trial

ImportanceDespite the widespread use of systemic antibiotics to prevent infections in surgically treated patients with fracture, high rates of surgical site infection persist.ObjectiveTo examine the effect of intrawound vancomycin powder in reducing deep surgical site infections.Design, Setting, and ParticipantsThis open-label randomized clinical trial enrolled adult patients with an operatively treated tibial plateau or pilon fracture who met the criteria for a high risk of infection from January 1, 2015, through June 30, 2017, with 12 months of follow-up (final follow-up assessments completed in April 2018) at 36 US trauma centers.InterventionsA standard infection prevention protocol with (n = 481) or without (n = 499) 1000 mg of intrawound vancomycin powder.Main Outcomes and MeasuresThe primary outcome was a deep surgical site infection within 182 days of definitive fracture fixation. A post hoc comparison …

Authors

Robert V O’Toole,Manjari Joshi,Anthony R Carlini,Clinton K Murray,Lauren E Allen,Yanjie Huang,Daniel O Scharfstein,Nathan N O’Hara,Joshua L Gary,Michael J Bosse,Renan C Castillo,Julius A Bishop,Michael J Weaver,Reza Firoozabadi,Joseph R Hsu,Madhav A Karunakar,Rachel B Seymour,Stephen H Sims,Christine Churchill,Michael L Brennan,Gabriela Gonzales,Rachel M Reilly,Robert D Zura,Cameron R Howes,Hassan R Mir,Emily A Wagstrom,Jerald Westberg,Greg E Gaski,Laurence B Kempton,Roman M Natoli,Anthony T Sorkin,Walter W Virkus,Lauren C Hill,Robert A Hymes,Michael Holzman,A Stephen Malekzadeh,Jeff E Schulman,Lolita Ramsey,Jaslynn AN Cuff,Sharon Haaser,Greg M Osgood,Babar Shafiq,Vaishali Laljani,Olivia C Lee,Peter C Krause,Cara J Rowe,Colette L Hilliard,Massimo Max Morandi,Angela Mullins,Timothy S Achor,Andrew M Choo,John W Munz,Sterling J Boutte,Heather A Vallier,Mary A Breslin,H Michael Frisch,Adam M Kaufman,Thomas M Large,C Michael LeCroy,Christina Riggsbee,Christopher S Smith,Colin V Crickard,Laura S Phieffer,Elizabeth Sheridan,Clifford B Jones,Debra L Sietsema,J Spence Reid,Kathy Ringenbach,Roman Hayda,Andrew R Evans,MJ Crisco,Jessica C Rivera,Patrick M Osborn,Joseph Kimmel,Stanislaw P Stawicki,Chinenye O Nwachuku,Thomas R Wojda,Saqib Rehman,Joanne M Donnelly,Cyrus Caroom,Mark D Jenkins,Christina L Boulton,Timothy G Costales,Christopher T Lebrun,Theodore T Manson,Daniel C Mascarenhas,Jason W Nascone,Andrew N Pollak,Marcus F Sciadini,Gerard P Slobogean,Peter Z Berger,Daniel W Connelly,Yasmin Degani,Andrea L Howe,Dimitrius P Marinos,Ryan N Montalvo,G Bradley Reahl,Carrie D Schoonover,Lisa K Schroder,Sandy Vang,Patrick F Bergin,Matt L Graves,George V Russell,Clay A Spitler,Josie M Hydrick,David Teague,William Ertl,Lindsay E Hickerson,Gele B Moloney,John C Weinlein,Boris A Zelle,Animesh Agarwal,Ravi A Karia,Ashoke K Sathy,Brigham Au,Medardo Maroto,Drew Sanders,Thomas F Higgins,Justin M Haller,David L Rothberg,David B Weiss,Seth R Yarboro,Eric D McVey,Veronica Lester-Ballard,David Goodspeed,Gerald J Lang,Paul S Whiting,Alexander B Siy,William T Obremskey,A Alex Jahangir,Basem Attum,Eduardo J Burgos,Cesar S Molina,Andres Rodriguez-Buitrago,Vamshi Gajari,Karen M Trochez,Jason J Halvorson,Anna N Miller,James Brett Goodman,Martha B Holden,Christopher M McAndrew,Michael J Gardner,William M Ricci,Amanda Spraggs-Hughes,Susan C Collins,Tara J Taylor,Mary Zadnik,Major Extremity Trauma Research Consortium

Journal

JAMA surgery

Publish By

American Medical Association

Publish Date

2021/5/1

Patient and stakeholder engagement learnings: PREP-IT as a case study

Research supports growing affirmation of patient and stakeholder engagement (PSE) as an integral tool and highlights the need for further guidance on PSE best practices, frameworks, roles and responsibilities [1–3]. Even in environments where PSE is at the forefront, stakeholders may not selfidentify as codecision makers, may not be able to specifically identify their contributions, may be unsure of their role expectations and functions, or–more pointedly–may report their role as tokenistic (superficially including a small number of people from a group to give the appearance of inclusion)[2, 4, 5]. With concerted and intentional effort; however, authentic and impactful PSE is achievable.This commentary presents a case example of PSE in a clinical trial and the results of a small stakeholder-experience evaluation. PSE is foundational to the PREP-IT (A Program of Randomized trials to Evaluate Pre-operative antiseptic …

Authors

Michelle Medeiros,T Rosie Love,Gerard P Slobogean,Sheila Sprague,Eleanor M Perfetto,Nathan N O'Hara,C Daniel Mullins

Publish By

Future Medicine Ltd

Publish Date

2021/3

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