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Managing periprosthetic joint infection—a qualitative analysis of nursing staffs’ experiences

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Walter, Nike ; Wimalan, Bravena ; Baertl, Susanne ; Lang, Siegmund ; Hinterberger, Thilo ; Alt, Volker ; Rupp, Markus
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Background Periprosthetic joint infection represents a major complication in orthopaedics and trauma surgery. For an ideal management approach, it is important to understand the distinct challenges for all persons involved in the treatment. Therefore, it was aimed at investigating (1) the impact of periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) on the well-being of nursing staff to (2) identify challenges, ...


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