It includes patients who had any sign of bleeding, persistent fever, red streaks near the cut, increasing localized pain and swelling, fouler odor, darkening skin edges, and thick-grayish or clear fluid discharge from the incision site until the 10th postoperative days [18]. Finally, the patients who had good wound healing outcomes within ten postoperative days are considered as an event, and patients who had poor wound healing progress and were lost to follow-up (died, medical against, referral, defaulter, and self-discharge) until the 10th postoperative day was considered as censored.

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