Controlling Post-Operation Infection Risks During Plastic Surgery In New York City
Posted January 10, 2017 in Plastic Surgery Tips, by Dr. Fiorillo
One of the distinguishing features of our work in this industry is our focus on ensuring that post-operation infections are kept to the bare minimum, a major target for all New Jersey and New York plastic surgeons. This is one of the key decisions that patients make prior to opting for this type of procedure. By keeping infection rates down, we also reduce morbidity and mortality. Consequently, we are a plastic surgery New York City outfit with very good recovery rates and relatively short hospital stays. The benefits include the avoidance of ICU readmissions.
Managing Interactional Factors
The level of care our clinic provides for breast augmentation in New York enables us to achieve our clinical excellence objectives. Our surgeons will consider the endogenous flora that is typical of the patient as well as any environmental factors that may increase their rates. Our New Jersey plastic surgery is held to the same high standards. By focusing on the needs of the surgical site, we actually improve the rate of recovery. We will test for any warmth, redness, and pain. Dr. Fiorillo is one of the best plastic surgeons in NYC because of this level of care that we offer.
Like any good cosmetic surgeons in NY, our staff cleans the site with Chlorhexidine, a gluconate with anti-microbial properties. This is done to decolonize the skin right up to the stratum corneum. Special arrangements are made for CoolSculpting® NYC services where the patient has intertriginal folds. In that case, we will do the cleaning a few days prior to the procedure.
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Dr. Fiorillo is on hand to offer plastic surgery and CoolSculpting® in New York for those who are looking for real results. He is, without doubt, one of the best practitioners out there.
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