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Continuous passive motion versus physical therapy in total ...

To determine the justification of a continuous passive motion machine in the treatment of postoperative total knee arthroplasties, a comparative study of 50 consecutive patients with simultaneous bilateral total knee arthroplasties was undertaken. The patients served as their own controls because on

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Effectiveness of prolonged use of continuous passive ...

2006-2-23 · Worland RL, Arredondo J, Angles F, Lopez-Jimenez F, Jessup DE. Home continuous passive motion machine versus professional physical therapy following total knee replacement. J Arthroplasty. 1998; 13:784–787. doi: 10.1016/S0883-5403(98)90031-6. [Google Scholar] Miner AL, Lingard EA, Wright EA, Sledge CB, Katz JN.

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The Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on Hypertonia of ...

2013-12-6 · The Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on Hypertonia of Soleus in Individuals With Cerebral Palsy ... Ankle continuous passive motion machine. A rehabilitation program of machine driven passive stretch. Outcome Measures ... decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this ...

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A Policy Guide to Decrease the Use of Continuous

2020-10-13 · physicians practice, three of whom consistently use continuous passive motion (CPM) machines on total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and two of whom do not utilize the machines on a consistent basis. The CPM machine is defined as a motorized device that enables the knee joint to move throughout an arc of range of motion (ROM) ( Lenssen, Koke, DeBie,

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Use of Continuous Passive Motion Reduces Rates of ...

Joint immobilization after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction may lead to intra-articular adhesions and range of motion deficits. Some practitioners thus advocate for the use of postoperative continuous passive motion (CPM) machine protocols. However, previous studies have failed to sho

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Continuous Passive Motion Machines, Are They Worth It?

2018-11-19 · A Continuous Passive Motion machine, or CPM, is sometimes prescribed by surgeons to work on early active range of motion on a given joint following a surgical procedure.Lately, we have seen a few patients here at

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Machines - Medical ...

2021-1-26 · Number: 0010. Policy. Aetna considers continuous passive motion (CPM) machines medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME) to improve range of motion in any of the following circumstances:. During the post-operative rehabilitation period for members who have received a total knee arthroplasty (TKA) or revision TKA as an adjunct to ongoing physical

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Devices - Cigna

2021-8-13 · Continuous passive motion (CPM) is a rehabilitation technique designed to assist in recovery of joint range of ... CPM machines are considered Class I devices and are generally exempt from the FDA premarket notification 510(k) process. ... outcome measures of the CPM group compared with the non-CPM group in this study of patients with initially ...

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Continuous Passive Motion After Total Knee Arthroplasty:

Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of continuous passive motion (CPM) after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and whether the use of CPM is related to improved clinical and functional outcomes. Data sources: A systematic MEDLINE search via Web of Science, Cochrane Library, and PubMed databases was conducted. Study selection: English-language articles published

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Continuous passive motion in the postoperative treatment ...

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of adding three 1-hour sessions of continuous passive motion (CPM) each day to the entire postoperative program of patients who received a total knee replacement (TKR). A retrospective chart review was completed for 55 patients (8 with bilateral

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Title: Continuous Passive Motion Machine (CPM)

2021-4-30 · The continuous passive motion (CPM) device when used as an adjunct to conventional physical therapy is an established therapy in the early postoperative phase of rehabilitation (must meet one): • For patients following knee injury or surgery (e.g., total knee arthroplasty, ACL repair, etc.)

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The Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on Hypertonia of ...

2013-12-6 · The Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on Hypertonia of Soleus in Individuals With Cerebral Palsy ... Ankle continuous passive motion machine. A rehabilitation program of machine driven passive stretch. Outcome Measures ... decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this ...

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Continuous Passive Motion - an overview | ScienceDirect

Mitchell Batavia PhD, PT, in Contraindications in Physical Rehabilitation, 2006. OVERVIEW. Continuous passive motion (CPM) devices provide uninterrupted, joint-passive range of motion over a controlled range and speed (slow) for up to 24 hours per day. The device is essentially a hinged, framelike machine with supports for the limb above and below the joint, a motor (A/C

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The Utility of Continuous Passive Motion After Anterior ...

2021-6-25 · The application of continuous passive motion (CPM) after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) was popularized in the 1990s, but advancements in the understanding of ACLR rehabilitation have made the application of CPM controversial. Many sports medicine fellowship–trained surgeons report using CPM machines postoperatively.

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Devices - Cigna

2021-8-13 · Continuous passive motion (CPM) is a rehabilitation technique designed to assist in recovery of joint range of ... CPM machines are considered Class I devices and are generally exempt from the FDA premarket notification 510(k) process. ... outcome measures of the CPM group compared with the non-CPM group in this study of patients with initially ...

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Continuous Passive Motion Machines, Are They Worth It?

2018-11-19 · A Continuous Passive Motion machine, or CPM, is sometimes prescribed by surgeons to work on early active range of motion on a given joint following a surgical procedure.Lately, we have seen a few patients here at

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Device

2017-11-15 · Continuous Passive Motion ... Early studies of CPM machines focused on their use in the hospital setting, in which the impact on length of stay was frequently considered a key clinical outcome, and so the TEC Assessment did not specifically examine the point of service or the length of time CPM devices were used. A critical study identified in ...

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Effectiveness of prolonged use of continuous passive ...

2008-4-29 · Adequate and intensive rehabilitation is an important requirement for successful total knee arthroplasty. Although research suggests that Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) should be implemented in the first rehabilitation phase after surgery, there is substantial debate about the duration of each session and the total period of CPM application. A Cochrane review on this

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What is a Continuous Passive Motion Machine? (with

A continuous passive motion machine is a device designed to gently flex and extend a joint such as a knee. This device is used as a physical therapy tool after surgery to keep the joint from becoming stiff. The limb is strapped to the

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Continuous Passive Motion | CPM Machine Rental

CPM – Continuous Passive Motion. CPM (continuous passive motion) is a safe and effective way to prevent stiffness, reduce pain and swelling after orthopedic surgery to the knee, shoulder and elbow. Properly applied and used, CPM increases the

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Home continuous passive motion machine versus

1998-10-1 · The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of the continuous passive motion (CPM) machine as a home therapy program versus PT following hospital discharge for primary TKA patients. 784 Home Continuous Passive Motion Worland et al. 785 Material and Methods Between May and September i996, 1 I4 consecu- tive total knee replacements ...

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The Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on Hypertonia of ...

2013-12-6 · The Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on Hypertonia of Soleus in Individuals With Cerebral Palsy ... Ankle continuous passive motion machine. A rehabilitation program of machine driven passive stretch. Outcome Measures ... decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this ...

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Redesign of a continuous passive motion machine for total ...

After knee replacement surgery, rehabilitation is needed to recover to normal levels of mobility. A continuous passive motion (CPM) machine is usually introduced at this stage to aid rehabilitation. However, the redundant structure and complex mechanism of the existing machine has resulted in irregular use. The purpose of this paper is to redesign the current machine.,The mechanical

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Devices - Cigna

2021-8-13 · Continuous passive motion (CPM) is a rehabilitation technique designed to assist in recovery of joint range of ... CPM machines are considered Class I devices and are generally exempt from the FDA premarket notification 510(k) process. ... outcome measures of the CPM group compared with the non-CPM group in this study of patients with initially ...

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Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on the Spinal ...

2014-4-24 · Effects of Continuous Passive Motion on the Spinal Circuitries and Its Adaptation in Patients With Spasticity Resulting From Upper Motor Neuron Lesions The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

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Continuous Passive Motion, Early Weight Bearing, and ...

Additional articles were also identified from the references of articles discovered during this initial search. Criteria for inclusion in this review were basic science studies examining the effects of continuous passive motion, active range of motion, or weight bearing on articular cartilage or knee joint health or inflammation.

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Effectiveness of prolonged use of continuous passive ...

2008-4-29 · Adequate and intensive rehabilitation is an important requirement for successful total knee arthroplasty. Although research suggests that Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) should be implemented in the first rehabilitation phase after surgery, there is substantial debate about the duration of each session and the total period of CPM application. A Cochrane review on this

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Continuous Passive Motion after Tenolysis in Hand

2008-7-1 · Continuous passive motion (CPM) refers to passive range of motion (ROM) performed continuously to a joint by an external mechanical device. 1 CPM is a well-known adjunct in the rehabilitation of patients after surgery. Some studies on the use of CPM have demonstrated positive effects on soft-tissue healing, swelling, hemarthosis, and joint mobility.2, 3 CPM is

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) - ABF/ROMCare

A patient’s positive surgical experience and outcome is a physician’s best referral. Studies have shown that passive motion in the 1st phase of rehab has multiple benefits in the recovery process following surgery. After receiving a prescription for a CPM machine, our staff will contact the patient’s insurance company to authorize the device.

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Continuous Passive Motion | CPM Machine Rental

CPM – Continuous Passive Motion. CPM (continuous passive motion) is a safe and effective way to prevent stiffness, reduce pain and swelling after orthopedic surgery to the knee, shoulder and elbow. Properly applied and used, CPM increases the

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