International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (1) 15; DOI:10.12208/j.ijnr.20200015.
OBJECTIVE: To study the risk factors related to infection at the surgical site of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas, in order to provide some reference for the work of medical staff. Methods: In this experiment, 80 patients who underwent hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery in our hospital from July 2018 to July 2019 were selected. Among them, 40 patients (group A) were infected with hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery. No surgical site infection occurred. Forty patients (group B) were analyzed and summarized for the factors that might cause infection of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas surgical site through various indicators of the two groups of patients. Results: The results of the study showed that the type of hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, the type of incision, the age of the patient, the occurrence of complications, the length of the operation, and the amount of bleeding during the operation had a direct impact on the probability of infection at the surgical site. There were significant differences between the two groups. Significance (p <0.05). Conclusion: The study of risk factors related to infection at the site of hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery can provide a basis for medical staff to carry out their work, thereby improving the targetedness of medical work, reducing unnecessary waste of resources, and achieving a substantial improvement in the efficiency and quality of medical work. Certain practical significance.