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Surgical Site Infection Rates



A surgical site infection (SSI) is an infection that is acquired during the surgical process. Infections happen because germs are everywhere –on your skin, in the air and on things you touch. SSIs can be minor, or occasionally can increase complications that result in a longer length of stay in the hospital or readmission of patients.

Below is the quarterly break down of Surgical Site Infection cases at Woodstock Hospital in 2017 and 2018

QuarterFiscal year 2017Fiscal year 2018

Q1 April - June

1%

1%

Q2 July - September

1%

0%

Q3 October - December

0%


Q4 January - March

0%





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