Men In The USA Are More Often Hospitalised Than Women. Part 2 of 2

Men In The USA Are More Often Hospitalised Than Women – Part 2 of 2

Meanwhile, the researchers found a 60 percent higher risk among men for health care-associated bloodstream infections as well as for surgical-site infections. Biological differences between men and women’s veneer may play a role in men’s increased risk for infection.

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Previous studies have shown there are more bacteria present at the insertion site of a pre-eminent venous catheter on men than women. These gender differences were less apparent in children younger than 12 and people older than 70, the study found idaho. “In addition to using enhanced infection peril profiles to improve infection rates, it may be sensible to conduct specialized preoperative skin decontamination procedures and postoperative wound care for men to further reduce the risk of infection,” Cohen concluded.

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