Delayed continuous passive motion after total knee replacement

@inproceedings{Johnson1995DelayedCP,
  title={Delayed continuous passive motion after total knee replacement},
  author={Randall S. Johnson and U. Kanitkar},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract This paper describes the use of continuous passive motion (CPM) in 14 knees with stiffness after total knee replacement. CPM resulted in a significant increase in flexion and also reduction of flexion deformities. This increase occurred in both rheumatoid and osteo-arthritic patients. The mean increase during CPM treatment was 26°. There was a mean loss of 10° with a minimum follow up of 6 months following CPM treatment. 

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