Patients would need to receive the national surgical

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patients would need to receive the national surgical care bundle and the appropriate antimicrobial prophylaxis in relationship to the timing of surgical antimicrobial prophylaxis and surgical site infection. If a patient were not to receive these interventions, they would automatically be cut out of the project. Every patient who has an operation of any kind are always seen in a clinic usually one to two weeks after their procedure. I could receive information from their clinic to see if patients reported back for a surgical site infection. Another way to evaluate surgical site infections is to note if patients came back to surgery if they needed a graft, peritoneal catheter, etc. taken out due to infection. The great thing about monitoring surgical site infections is that patients will and should always come back to the hospital/clinic for surgical site infections. One way that I will be able to evaluate whether my project made a difference in practice is the decrease in surgical site infections. When a decrease in surgical site infections is revealed, the

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