6.8Maintaining patient homeostasis – perioperative oxygenation

StudyReason for exclusion
Mygrant BI (1998)190Copy for lecture not available. Not an RCT
Goldfaden A (2005)191Not an RCT
Chura JC (2007)192Review of the impact of supplemental perioperative oxygen on the incidence of surgical site infections in colorectal surgical patients. This review was well done but the four RCTs included were already identified.
Lee JT (2000)193Not an RCT
Kabon B (2006)194Not an RCT
Chapman S (2001)195Not an RCT
Denault A (2001)196Not an RCT
Garcia-Botello SA (2006)197Not an SSI outcome
Sessler DI (2006)198Not an RCT

From: Excluded studies

Cover of Surgical Site Infection
Surgical Site Infection: Prevention and Treatment of Surgical Site Infection.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 74.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2008 Oct.
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