FWB

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AcronymDefinition
FWBFort Walton Beach (Florida)
FWBFriends with Benefits
FWBFree Will Baptist
FWBFirewall Builder
FWBFrankfurter Wertpapierbörse (Frankfurt Stock Exchange)
FWBFrauenfeld-Wil-Bahn (Swiss train company)
FWBFull Wave Bridge Rectifier (electronics)
FWBFull Weight Bearing
FWBFixed Wireless Broadband
FWBfresh whole blood
FWBFleetwood Brougham (Cadillac model)
FWBFeminism without Borders
FWBDepartment of Fishery and Wildlife Biology (Colorado State University)
FWBFairway Buoy (marine)
FWBFort Worth Belt Railway Company
FWBThe Fort Wayne Ballet (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
FWBFreight Waybill (parcel transport declaration)
FWBFun Wear Brands (Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
FWBFort Wayne Belt Railway Company
FWBFetal Well-Being
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in their study allowed full weight bearing between 5.7-11.6 weeks an average of 8.65 weeks.
On postoperative day 1, full weight bearing with a walker is allowed as tolerated.
Within six months, he redeveloped symptoms in the left knee which were managed with touch weight bearing and a hinged knee brace for four weeks (0-60 degrees) followed by progression to full weight bearing over the course of the next three months.
Similarly full weight bearing and return to works showed no significant difference.
This results in a stable construct, allowing a standard total hip arthroplasty to be performed using primary implants, with enough stability to allow immediate full weight bearing. All of this is done under a single anaesthetic.
In the follow-up visit, set on day seven, assessments by the same clinician included ankle pain scores at rest and on full weight bearing, and ankle swelling.
All patients achieved full weight bearing without support of braces, crutches, or a cane, and none of the grafts had to be removed.
Water exercise allows the benefits of exercise without the pain of full weight bearing. Many patients with arthritic knees have been told by their orthopedist that their knee cartilages are badly worn or completely gone.
"Modern knee replacement techniques allow faster return to activities, with full weight bearing the same day, stairs the next day, and return to work in a few weeks," he says.
The neural networks in the lumbosacral spinal cord are capable of initiating full weight bearing and relatively coordinated stepping without any input from the brain.
The neural networks in the lower cord are capable of initiating full weight bearing and relatively co-ordinated stepping without any input from the brain."