Knee one week after joint replacemen

Knee one week after joint replacemen

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This image is part of the sequence Healthcare: Partial knee replacement

Credit: SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Knee of 75-year old woman one week after a partial knee replacement operation known as a partial knee replacement, The knee is bruised and swollen. The wound is covered by a dressing. The patient wears elasticated stockings, for 24 hours a day, to compress the foot and leg helping the veins circulate blood. This is designed to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a possible complication for patients following surgery. Blood thinning drugs such as aspirin or Dalteparin are also used for the same purpose for a short period after the operation.

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Keywords: 75, arthroplasty, aspirin, blood thinning, bruising, dalteparin, deep vein thrombosis, dvt, elasticated stockings, knee arthroplasty, knee replacement. geriatric, osteoarthritis, partial knee replacement, surgical stockings, swelling, unicompartmental knee replacement, wound

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