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  • Mobile gait analysis and feedback system could help patients walk normally after hip joint operation

    Patients who have received a new hip joint must first learn to walk "normally" again after the operation. A mobile gait analysis and feedback system developed by a Kaiserslautern research team in cooperation with physicians and biomechanics shall help to achieve this goal.

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  • What to expect from knee surgery rehabilitation

    A person may have knee surgery to treat pain in the joint due to an injury, such as torn cartilage or a torn ligament. It can also treat other conditions, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis.

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  • Hip Replacement Surgery Dos and Don’ts

    More than 300,000 people in the U.S. will have hip replacement surgery this year, followed by weeks of recovery. But experts say there are some things you can do to speed up the recovery afterwards.

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  • Common Heartburn Drugs Linked to Broken Hips in Dialysis Patients

    Drugs commonly used to treat heartburn and acid reflux may raise the risk for hip fractures among dialysis patients by nearly 20 percent, a new study suggests.
    Many people with kidney failure take medications called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), which curb production of stomach acid.

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  • NEAR INFRARED LIGHT SPECTROSCOPY ELEVATES KNEE DIAGNOSTICS

    A team from Finland and the Netherlands may have improved on the process of evaluating tissue integrity. Their work, “Arthroscopic near infrared spectroscopy enables simultaneous quantitative evaluation of articular cartilage and subchondral bone in vivo,” appears in the September 7, 2018 edition of Scientific Reports.

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