N’SINABAU EYAY Raïs1*, KASONGO MADIBULAYA Moïse1,2, DIAKIESE MBALA Franchout1, NDONGOSI MUNTU Fiston1, MBULA AWANDJA Clemence1, DIMANDJA OTOKATOKA Albert1.

Evaluation of antibiotic prophylaxis at the General Reference Hospital of N'djili / ISTM- Kinshasa

Antibiotic prophylaxis is one of the most effective means of preventing post-operative infections in so- called clean and clean contaminated surgery. The objective of this study was to evaluate good antibiotic prophylaxis practices in surgery at the N'djili General Reference Hospital. This study was conducted in the surgical department from March 1 2017 to March 30 2018. It covered 253 cases of clean and clean contaminated surgery. Two hundred and two cases were female with a sex ratio of 0.25 in favor of the female sex; the average age was 32.2 years. Only 33% of cases met the indication, duration and recommended dose, 0.4% met the choice of molecule and 5.5% met the timing of administration. Overall compliance was 0.4%. Despite several recommendations in our environments, antibiotic prophylaxis is far from being correctly applied. Téléchargé l'article