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stakeholders (movement that often occurs without the consent that can be effectively withheld by the patient or primary provider) is not governed by any network-wide policy. Rather, data are treated in accordance with a variety of local policies that may or may not be consistent with the patient's understanding when signing a form that authorizes initial release of the information. Individual organizations often have strong business incentives to protect health information from other parties because they regard such information as having significant business value; nevertheless, almost all of the sites that the committee visited during the course of this study expressed serious concerns about potential harm to patient interests resulting from unrestrained use of patient information by organizations not involved in the provision of care.
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so glad i found this site. comforting to know others are experiencing sleeplessness. 34 days post surgery (right knee). one week with walker, one with cane. no longer need cane except for outdoors–more psychological than physical need.i have slept a total of 150 hours at night, even after taking 2 percoset (only time i take pain meds). pain wakes me. if i get up and walk the pain ends. but i can’t go back to sleep. have seen more sunrises in the last 30 days than i have in my lifetime. neither doc nor rn nor physical therapist can give explanation. I have 122 degrees after 3x/week in-home therapy for 2 weeks; 2x/week for 2 weeks outpatient. do exercises at home daily. driving for a week (and shopping!) with no problems.
suppose i should be grateful, but i’m soooo tired.
Am up to walking 1/2 mile with cane at 13 days. Really tight across the tibial tuberosity… but it seems to loosen up some on stretches. Rubbed out alot of the tourniquet injury. Staped out in 2 days. REALLY looking forward to that!!!
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So, knowing how the NHS works in the UK (which is absolutely brilliant by the way) I commenced the process through my GP to get a referral in late January for the second TKR – knowing that the targets that the NHS worked too, typically meant that an op would take place within 18 weeks of referral. I actually had a Uni knee replacement 6 weeks ago.
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Firstly, two years on, my left knee TKR is a total, unqualified success – I have no pain at all from it – and it is reliable for my current lifestyle. I too was surprised and deeply affected by the sleeplessness due to night time pain and stiffness post-op. Like so many others here, a couple of hours sleep was the norm before I had to get up move around for an hour – and then try again for another couple of hours max. Going to bed became daunting as I knew what was coming. My advice is to accept, for the time being, that that is the way it is – and it is no use fighting it by laying in bed wriggling around in a vain attempt to get comfortable. Accept that you will be awake in a couple of hours. Accept that you will then be up for an hour or so (and plan for it) and accept that its going to be like that until healing is complete.
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Just curious – little over a year since my left knee replacement. Going was great for a while, but now the ankle on that side hurts like crazy (had broken THAT years back). My left from the knee down to almost ankle is still VERY tender to the touch and cold a lot of days. Did more PT for another two months and scheduled to start back again after this weekend. Back still hurts from anesthesia injection (already had osteoarthritis). What is bothering me the most is the tenderness in the leg, still tingling sensation sometimes and the feeling of coldness. Any suggestions? I always look to this site for some – thanks ALL!
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This time round, there was an orthopaedic surgeon working with the radiologist in the x-ray department (I had had an MRI scan two years ago). The surgeon laid me on my back with a block (about a foot wide) between my feet. They then put a band round my knees and tightened it. This had the affect of applying additional “compression” to the outside of my knees. If the x rays revealed that there was still a good “gap” on the outside – then that may mean that the cartilage on the outside was still in good shape – and therefore, maybe only a uni knee might be enough. I was therefore admitted to hospital on the basis that they hoped that a Uni would be enough – but they would check the other side during the Op and revert to TKR if appropriate.