traumatic fever

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trau·mat·ic fe·ver

elevation of temperature after an injury.

trau·mat·ic fe·ver

(traw-mat'ik fē'vĕr)
Elevation of temperature after an injury.

trau·mat·ic fe·ver

(traw-matik fēvĕr)
Elevation of temperature after an injury.
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In our study 33.3% patient had wound fever 16.67% in study group and 12.5% in control group.
At each stage 2-3 days antibacterial prophylaxis of a wound fever by cephalosporins was applied, 7-10 days--in in special cases and at the presence of excesses, frequently in a combination with additional antibacterial preparations.
All complications in our research series have anyhow been connected with a late deep wound fever which was demonstrated in late terms after operation (3-13 months) in the form of fistulous process.