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Online Consultation With Surgeon
Schedule a consultation with the chosen orthopedic surgeon. During this consultation, the surgeon will conduct a thorough pre-operative assessment, which may include physical examinations, imaging tests, and blood work. The surgeon will discuss the procedure, potential risks, and expected outcomes.
Pre-Operative Assessment and Knee Replacement Surgery
Follow the pre-operative instructions provided by the surgeon and medical facility. On the day of surgery, arrive at the hospital or medical center, complete the necessary paperwork, and undergo the knee replacement procedure as scheduled.
Post-Operative Care and Rehabilitation
After the surgery, follow the post-operative care instructions provided by your surgeon. This may include physical therapy, pain management, wound care, and follow-up appointments. Be sure to attend all recommended post-operative visits and adhere to the rehabilitation program to ensure a smooth recovery. Once your surgeon has approved your discharge, make travel arrangements to return home. Continue with any prescribed medications and rehabilitation exercises as directed.
After returning home, continue follow-up care with your healthcare provider online. They can monitor your recovery and provide any necessary further assistance.
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25 Reasons to Choose Evolution® Medial Pivot Knee System
The Evolution® Medial-Pivot knee system is designed to answer the limitations of traditional implants by delivering superior flexion stability, anatomic motion, and wear–limiting design characteristics.
The Evolution® medial-pivot knee system is built upon a legacy of 95% patient satisfaction with 98.8% survivorship at 17 years1, and features a design that enhances quadriceps efficiency, allowing for improved proprioception.
To achieve postoperative satisfaction, patients want their implant to deliver high functionality and a more natural feeling. The single-radius design of the Evolution® knee system provides stability through all phases of flexion. AP translation is also decreased to help achieve a more normal feel. This represents a dramatic advance over traditional knee replacements, which have been shown to exhibit anterior-posterior translation that can decrease stability and cause early revisions.2,3
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PRECAUTIONS & DISCLAIMERS
Every patient is different, and individual results will vary. There are risks and recovery times associated with surgery.
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- Dennis DA, Komistek RD, Mahfouz MR, Haas BD, Stiehl JB. Multicenter determination of in vivo kinematics after total kneearthroplasty. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2003
- Freeman MA, Pinskerova V. The movement of the knee studied by magnetic resonance imaging. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2003;410:35-43