What Is A Tourniquetless Total Knee Replacement?

What Is A Tourniquetless Total Knee Replacement?

Tourniquets have traditionally been used in knee replacement to reduce blood loss during the procedure. A tourniquet is like a blood pressure cuff that is put around the upper thigh. It is inflated to relatively high pressures in order to compress the femoral artery...
Outpatient Joint Replacement: Experience Matters

Outpatient Joint Replacement: Experience Matters

Sleeping in your own bed is more comfortable than sleeping in a hospital bed. Hospitals are uncomfortable and loud and sleep is quite difficult. When recovering from surgery, a sleepless first night can significantly reduce patient satisfaction with the experience of...