Hi and thanks for the query,
Remember surgery on its own was an invasive pprodecure and some blood was raised during the process. Severe infcetion leads to falls in hemoglobin
However, in this case, if the infection is not well controlled and the speticmia continues, there is a risk of the hemoglobin levels continuing to fall. Blood cultures and sensitivity tests are very important in this case. Other wise, other drugs that generally treat resistant staphylococcus aureus
should be considered.
having advice too from an infectiologist might be of help. Proper mamanement of the wounds and surgicak folllowup and nursing too an integral aspects in the management plan.
Thanks and best regards,