What happens after knee replacement when there is a lack of full knee extension? We explore this question in this installment of our series entitled ‘Threats to a Proper Knee Replacement Recovery’.
We examine the Continuous Passive Motion machine for knee surgery recovery. Robert Salter (MD) and John Saringer (an engineer) commercialized the CPM in 1978. Extensive research and clinical references included here.
Bacteria might enter a person’s body through the wound where the surgical incision was made, after knee replacement surgery. If bacteria reach a person’s new artificial knee joint, they may multiply and cause an infection. All about infection and knee replacement here.
Threats to a Proper Knee Replacement Recovery (Deep Vein Thrombosis and TKA). The first installment in a series devoted to explaining the things in the way of a successful knee surgery recovery.
The incidence of Knee Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) can be as high as 8% of all surgeries. The rate of having a second MUA has been reported to be 25%. The question then is what next after Manipulation Under Anesthesia. Dan’s solved it with the X10 Knee Recovery System.