Medication Management during Hip and Knee Replacement

Choosing the right time for surgery can lower the chances of postoperative infections.

Total hip or knee replacement surgery can be life-changing for many people with severe arthritis, allowing them to return to a high level of function free of pain. But for people with rheumatoid arthritis or another form of inflammatory arthritis (rather than osteoarthritis), there are some added concerns.
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