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My wife had TKR June 10, 2010 in MA, while in rehab it buckled and she fell, the xray showed an intact knee, taking her home the knee buckled again causing her to fall, taken to hospital she needed surgery to repair a ruptured tendon and quads. The doctor ordered an ultrasound on the damaged knee which was done 2 days before the 2nd surgery. The tech kept rubbing the ultra sound gel from the good knee to the knee that had steri strips due to the bleeding that had taken place due to the fall, I asked the tech if that could cause an infection she read the gel bottle and said "it says non toxic" yes the knee did get infected and two more surgeries followed, my wife was in a knee immobilize for over 10 months and she still may need a fifth operation, can ultrasound gel cause an infection?The date was JUNE 2012 NOT JUNE 2010
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