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The lecture under debate is Surgical Infection. Initially, educator enlightens the advances in control of infection in surgery. After that, factors are pursued which determine whether wound will become infected or not. Subsequently, educator discusses what happens if there is reduced resistance to infection. This is followed by comprehensive elaboration of abscess. Likewise, gas gangrene, a severe condition caused by C. Perfringens, comes under consideration. Educator winds up this lecture by explaining systemic inflammatory response syndrome.