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Experimental study on the repair of full-thickness articular cartilage defects: effects of varying periods of continuous passive motion, cage activity, and immobilization.
The biologic concept of continuous passive motion of synovial joints.
Bennett LA, Brearley SC, Hart JAL and Bailey MJ (2005): A comparison of 2 continuous passive motion protocols after total knee arthroplasty.
Continuous passive motion improves shoulder joint integrity following stroke.
A systematic review of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction rehabilitation: part I: continuous passive motion, early weight bearing, postoperative bracing, and home-based rehabilitation.
Isokinetic equipment for continuous passive motion currently available on the market place is driven by electric motors with a rigid linkage structure.
The evening after my morning surgery, the man from the medical equipment company delivered the continuous passive motion machine and hooked me up to it on the couch.
Modifications to traditional postoperative protocols have incorporated the use of continuous passive motion (CPM) rehabilitation after flexor tendon repairs.
"Robbie has to wear a CPM (Continual Passive Movement) machine for up to eight hours a day which provides a continuous passive motion on the left side of his hip," explained Connelly.
If you decide to get a replacement for your other Knee, ask your surgeon about a CPM (Continuous Passive Motion) machine.
It also hinders postoperative mobilization (continuous passive motion) and physiotherapy, which is the most influential factor in good postoperative rehabilitation (2).

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