Complicaciones Postoperatotoria COMPLICACIONES DE LAS HERIDAS No hay cirujano que no tenga que afrontar el problema de las. Infección postquirúrgica. Si: 0 0%. No: 16 %. Del total de los pacientes el 62, 5% presento un IMC mayor a 28, de los cuales el 70% fueron.

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