TKR


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AcronymDefinition
TKRTotal Knee Replacement
TKRTimken Company (Ohio)
TKRToken Ring
TKRTeam Knight Rider (TV show)
TKRTeam Kiwi Racing
TKRTusen Kronor (Swedish currency)
TKRTe Kohanga Reo (New Zealand)
TKRTahoe Keys Resort (California)
TKRTswalu Kalahari Reserve (South Africa)
TKRTransketolase-Related Gene
TKRTeam Kwenenbos Racing (cycling team; Belgium)
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If you're having a TKR, what you do before the surgery can have a significant impact on how you fare after the surgery.
Ferket and his associates at Mount Sinai and Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) discovered that the increased uptake of TKR might have affected the likely benefit and reduced the overall cost-effectiveness of the procedure.
The British investigators also found a prolonged postsurgical elevated risk of MI in a large group of patients who underwent total hip replacement, although the magnitude of the increased risk, compared with matched controls, wasn't as large as that seen after TKR.
It is important for us to get experts in different fields to meet the demand and we feel TKR is a surgery which is much in demand and this revolutionary new technique will be a great attraction for our patients.
A 2010 survey of 50 orthopedic surgeons was launched to determine the penetration rates for PST in TKR.
Follow--Up: Patients who under gone TKR, HRA were followed till 4th week and who undergone THR were followed for 12th week.
The prevalence of TKR rises to nearly 10 percent by 80 years of age.
However, an important minority of those who undergo a TKR have persistent pain in the operated knee (4).