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Overweight, diabetic patients and joint replacement surgery.

by Nicholas B. Frisch, MD | 3 years ago

Overweight, diabetic patients and joint replacement surgery: risks and challenges. Some surgeons have weight requirements and strict weight cut-offs or BMI requirements. We know that there are risks with weight and with diabetes. There are increased risk of complications

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Dr. Jacob discusses the accuracy in joint replacement with Mako robotic arm. Dr. Paul Jacob is a..
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New study uses Apple Watch to help patients recovering from knee joint replacements

New study uses Apple Watch to help patients recovering from knee joint replacements Visit..
By Haleem Chaudhary MD
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Total Knee "MIS" Instruments, Dr. Clyburn - Joint Replacement Associates Houston TX

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