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A study of lower-limb mechanics during stair-climbing.
When going up and down stairs large moments are present about weight-bearing joints, but descending movements produce the largest moments, which are considerably higher than those produced during level walking. Expand
An analysis of blood management in patients having a total hip or knee arthroplasty.
Transfusion of allogenic blood transfusion varied with respect to the type of operative procedure and with a baseline hemoglobin level of 130 grams per liter or less and was also associated with infection, fluid overload, and increased duration of hospitalization. Expand
The influence of total knee-replacement design on walking and stair-climbing.
It appears that patients with less constrained cruciate-retaining designs of total knee replacement have a more normal gait during stairclimbing than patients with more constrained cruCIate-sacrificing designs. Expand
Results of unicompartmental knee arthroplasty at a minimum of ten years of follow-up.
After a minimum duration of follow-up of ten years, this cemented modular unicompartmental knee design was associated with excellent clinical and radiographic results and can yield excellent results into the beginning of the second decade of use. Expand
Cementless Acetabular Reconstruction After Acetabular Fracture
The intermediate‐term clinical results of total hip arthroplasty with cementless acetabular reconstruction for posttraumatic osteoarthritis after acetabULAR fracture were similar to those after the same procedure for nontraumatic arthritis, regardless of whether the acetabul fracture had been internally fixed initially. Expand
Tensile properties of the human lumbar annulus fibrosus.
  • J. Galante
  • Medicine
  • Acta orthopaedica Scandinavica
  • 1967
A relationship between gait and clinical changes following high tibial osteotomy.
The results of this study indicate that certain characteristics of preoperative walking are associated with postoperative clinical results, and the moment tending to adduct the knee joint during walking preoperatively was predictive of postoperativeclinical results. Expand
Adaptive bone remodeling around bonded noncemented total hip arthroplasty: A comparison between animal experiments and computer simulation
The detailed comparison showed that long‐term changes in the morphology of bone around femoral components of total hip replacements can be fully explained with the present quantitative adaptive bone‐remodeling theory. Expand
Walking speed as a basis for normal and abnormal gait measurements.
It is shown that basic time distance measurements observed over a range of walking speeds can be useful indicators of gait abnormalities associated with knee disabilities. Expand
The influence of walking mechanics and time on the results of proximal tibial osteotomy.
The influence of the passage of time on the original findings of the relationship between the magnitude of the adduction moment at the knee during walking and the outcome of proximal tibial osteotomy is described. Expand