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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I have been waiting for a long time to be made a part of this special team and I am happy to finally be here,' said Pollard, who is representing TKR for the first time after multiple season with Barbados Tridents and a single campaign with St Lucia Stars.
His leadership qualities, honesty, positive and aggressive style, combined with his natural ability to bring the best out of the teams he has been part of, makes him ideally suited to lead KKR and TKR as a head coach," making the announcement, Venky Mysore, CEO, KKR said.
One showed significantly improved joint alignment, increasing the percentage of surgeons who had achieved desired resections compared to conventional instrumentation--regardless of their experience with computer-assisted surgery or TKR in general.
In the hours after TKR surgery, you'll be up and walking, and you'll undergo physical therapy during your hospital stay.
In a prospective study, 147 consecutive TKR were included.
"If your pain is limiting your physical activity to the point that you are gaining weight, or it is preventing you from participating in social activities, it is time to consider TKR," says Linda Russell, MD, the director of perioperative medicine at Weill Cornell.
Total knee replacement (TKR) has been widely used to relieve osteoarthritis pain, and it has been established as a successful treatment for advanced degenerative joint disease.
The number of total knee replacement (TKR) surgeries, also known as total knee arthroplasty, has grown substantially over the past two decades.
Infection after total knee replacement is a serious and complex complication of total knee replacement (TKR) that is distressing and highly disruptive to the lives of patients.
Of over 215,000 records of knee replacement collected from all patients undergoing TKR in England during 2008-2012, Dr.
National Health Service database retrospectively identified 13,849 patients who underwent total knee replacement (TKR) and an equal number of nonsurgical controls propensity matched for cardiovascular risk factors.