- diabetes menu and see preoperative infection control
- preoperative blood glucose should be less than 125 and postoperative glucose should be less than 200
Total knee replacement in patients with diabetes mellitus.
Total knee arthroplasty in diabetes mellitus.
Risk Factors for Surgical Site Infection Following Orthopaedic Spinal Operations
Early hyperglycemic control is important in critically injured trauma patients.
Does stress-induced hyperglycemia increase the risk of perioperative infectious complications in orthopaedic trauma patients?
Relationship of early hyperglycemia to mortality in trauma patients
Obese Diabetic Patients are at Substantial Risk for Deep Infection after Primary TKA
Risk of revision of a total hip replacement in patients with diabetes mellitus: a population-based follow up study
Diabetes Mellitus, Hemoglobin A1C, and the Incidence of Total Joint Arthroplasty Infection
Relationship of Hyperglycemia and Surgical-Site Infection in Orthopaedic Surgery
Elevated postoperative blood glucose and preoperative hemoglobin A1C are associated with increased wound complications following total joint arthroplasty.
The influence of diabetes mellitus on the post-operative outcome of elective primary total knee replacement: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Do Glycemic Markers Predict Occurrence of Complications After Total Knee Arthroplasty in Patients With Diabetes?