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Smoking Cessation - Wiley Online Library

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The effect of preoperative smoking and smoke cessation on wound healing and infection in post‐surgery subjects: A meta‐analysis

In post-surgery subjects, statistical software based on the dichotomous method was employed within a random or set-influence model to determine the effect of preoperative smoking and smoke cessation on wound healing and infection. Compared to smokers in post-surgery studies, smokers in cessation or non-smokers had significantly reduced postoperative wound healing and surgical site wound infection, as well as surgical site wound infection. Compared to smokers in post-surgery studies, smokers with cessation or non-smokers had significantly reduced postoperative wound healing times, and surgical site wound infection.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/iwj.13815

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