Regional Limb Perfusion for Distal Limb Injuries (AAEP 2011)

RLP is popular because it can provide higher concentrations of antibiotics to the site of injury, including joints, with lower doses of antibiotics than need to be administered via the jugular vein or intramuscularly, one researcher said.

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