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A Systematic Review of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Rehabilitation Part I: Continuous Passive Motion, Early Weight Bearing, Postoperative Bracing, and Home-Based Rehabilitation Rick W. Wright, MD Emily Preston, PT Braden C. Fleming, PhD Annunziato Amendola, MD Jack T. Andrish, MD John A. Bergfeld, MD Warren R. Dunn, MPH, MD Chris Kaeding, MD John E. Kuhn, MD Robert G. Marx, MD Eric C. McCarty, MD Richard C. Parker, MD Kurt P. Spindler, MD Michelle Wolcott, MD Brian R. Wolf, MD Glenn N. Williams, PhD, PT, ATC ABSTRACT: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) recon- struction is a common surgical knee procedure that requires intensive postoperative rehabilitation by the patient. A variety of randomized controlled trials have investigated aspects of ACL reconstruction rehabilita- tion. A systematic review of English language level 1 and 2 studies identified 54 appropriate randomized controlled trials of ACL rehabilitation. Topics dis- cussed in this part of the article include continuous passive motion, early weight bearing in motion, post- operative bracing, and home-based rehabilitation. [J Knee Surg. 2008;21:217-224.] IntroductIon Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is a common procedure to allow patients to return to their for- mer active lifestyle. Rehabilitation of the reconstructed knee is critical for the successful return to risky cutting and jumping activities. Although many of the individual aspects of ACL rehabilitation have been evaluated using randomized trials, few reviews have used an evidence- based approach to create an overall protocol for ACL rehabilitation. Previous systematic reviews were not in- clusive of all possible aspects of rehabilitation (ie, brac- ing) and did not encompass many recently published studies.19,22 The goal of this systematic review was to assemble the available randomized controlled trials in ACL re- habilitation to facilitate the development of evidence- based rehabilitation protocols. This article is the first in a 2-part series systematically reviewing the level 1 and 2 evidence regarding ACL reconstruction rehabili- tation. Dr Wright is from the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Washing- ton University School of Medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St Louis, Mo; Ms Preston and Drs Dunn, Kuhn, and Spindler are from the Van- derbilt Sports Medicine Center, Nashville, Tenn; Dr Fleming is from the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Brown Medical School, Provi- dence, RI; Drs Amendola, Wolf, and Williams are from the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa; Drs Andrish, Bergfeld, and Parker are from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, and Dr Kaeding is from the Ohio State Sports Medicine Center, Columbus, Ohio; Dr Marx is from the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY; and Drs McCarty and Wolcott are from the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colo. Correspondence: Rick W. Wright, MD, 1 Barnes-Jewish Plaza, Ste 11300, St Louis, MO 63110. 218 THE JOURNAL OF KNEE SURGERY July 2008 / Vol 21 No 3 Methods PubMed 1966-2005, Embase 1980-2005, and the Co- chrane Controlled Trials Register were searched for arti- cles appropriate to this study. Bibliographies of identified studies also were searched, and a hand review of the past 6 months of appropriate journals was performed. For the database search, terms included anterior cruciate ligament, ACL, rehabilitation, randomized trials, and clinical trials. This search identified 82 potential studies for inclusion. Inclusion criteria included English-language randomized clinical trials involving ACL reconstruction rehabilita- tion. Exclusion criteria included non-English language, no true randomization, and subject matter not pertaining to ACL reconstruction rehabilitation. This resulted in 54 studies included in this systematic review. Studies under- went worksheet appraisal for methodologic quality with emphasis on identifying biases present in each study. All studies were level 1 or 2 evidence. Topics included in this review are continuous passive motion (CPM), rehabilita- tive bracing, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, early weight bearing, home versus supervised physical therapy, open versus closed chain kinetic exercise programs, and accelerated rehabilitation, as well as a variety of miscel- laneous topics assessed by only 1 randomized trial. contInuous PassIve MotIon Six randomized controlled trials have been performed assessing the efficacy of CPM in the rehabilitation of ACL reconstructions. In a 1991 study, Richmond et al17 com- pared short-term versus longer-term CPM use. Twenty pa- tients were randomly divided into 2 groups. Group 1 used CPM 6 hours per day for 4 days during hospitalization. Group 2 used CPM 6 hours per day for the first 14 days postoperatively. Both groups underwent additional reha- bilitative activities. The study was prospective, but the randomization method was not discussed. Some selection bias was pres- ent by exclusion of patients whose insurance would not pay for a CPM machine. Otherwise, the 2 groups were similar. Reconstruction methods were identical for both groups. Swelling, atrophy, range of motion, and instrumented laxity were assessed postoperatively. Swelling, atrophy, and range of motion were assessed at 2, 7, 14, 28, and 42 days. No significant difference was noted in any of these values at these time points. A statistically significant difference was noted on KT-1000 89 N testing at 42 days. The 14-day CPM group had statistically significant less anterior translation compared with the 4-day CPM group (0.4 mm versus 2.4 mm, P = .04). The authors concluded longer-term CPM use, given its higher cost, was not ben- eficial and also did not increase the risk of laxity in the knee. Rosen et al,20 in a 1992 study, compared early active motion versus CPM in patients undergoing autograft pa- tellar tendon reconstruction. Seventy-five patients were randomly divided into 3 groups: group A patients under- went early active motion during hospitalization followed by outpatient physical therapy (PT) 3 times per week, group B patients used a CPM machine 20 hours per day during hospitalization (mean, 2.9 days) followed by CPM use 6 hours per day for 4 weeks and outpatient PT 3 times per week, and group C patients performed early active motion during hospitalization and followed the group B CPM protocol but did not participate in outpatient physi- cal therapy for the first month. The study was prospective, and randomization was performed by a lottery. In general, there was minimal selection bias, with the groups equiva- lent except for gender. Group B had 42% women versus 24% and 20% in groups A and C, respectively. Exclusion criteria included extracapsular procedures and meniscal repairs. Range of motion and instrumented knee laxity were the most important determinants of outcome for the study. Range of motion was determined at hospital discharge, 1 week postoperatively, and then monthly for the first 6 months. No statistically significant differences were noted in any of the groups at any time. KT-1000 data were ob- tained at completion of the surgical procedure and at 2 and 6 months postoperatively. No difference in stability was noted between any group at any time point. In addition, no difference was noted in analgesic use, hemovac drainage, or length of hospital stay. The authors concluded the use of CPM in the first 30 days after ACL reconstruction re- sulted in similar results as early active motion. The CPM added an additional cost to treatment. In another 1992 study, Yates et al26 evaluated the ef- fects of 2 weeks of CPM following patellar tendon au- tograft ACL reconstruction. Using random sampling, 30 patients were randomized to either CPM 16 hours per day for the first 3 postoperative days followed by 6 hours per day for a total of 14 days use or an identical rehabilita- tion protocol without CPM. The authors concluded there was decreased hemarthrosis, decreased narcotic use, and decreased swelling in the CPM group. Active and passive flexion was noted to be improved at days 3 and 7 in the CPM group. McCarthy et al,11 in a 1993 study, assessed the effects of CPM on anterior laxity following ACL reconstruction. Twenty patients who underwent patellar tendon autograft ACL reconstruction were randomized to either CPM 16 hours per day for the first 3 days followed by 6 hours per day until postoperative day 14 or an identical rehabilita- tion protocol without CPM. KT-1000 testing at 12 months 219 ACL Reconstruction Rehabilitation: Part I www.JournalofKneeSurgery.com postoperatively demonstrated an identical average side-to- side difference of 0.4 mm in both groups, and all patients had side-to-side differences <3 mm. The authors con- cluded CPM did not result in increased anterior laxity. In another 1993 study, McCarthy et al12 compared 3 days of CPM versus no CPM on pain and narcotic re- quirements. Thirty patients who underwent bone-patellar tendon-bone ACL reconstruction were randomized to 2 groups: group 1 began physical therapy on postoperative day 1 and group 2 began using a CPM machine immedi- ately postoperatively and continued its use for 16 hours per day for 3 days in addition to routine physical therapy similar to group 1. The randomization methods were not discussed. Patient-controlled analgesia use during the first 24 hours postoperatively, oral narcotic use on postoperative days 2 and 3, and graphic pain scales were used to assess results. The 2 groups were similar but no narcotic dose correc- tion for patient body weight was performed to standard- ize results. Total narcotic dose and the number of times the patient-controlled analgesia button was pushed were significantly increased in the non-CPM group (P , .05). Oral narcotic use on postoperative days 2 and 3 was sig- nificantly increased in the non-CPM group. Graphic pain scales were similar in all groups at all time periods. The authors concluded CPM is beneficial following autog- enous bone-patellar tendon-bone ACL reconstruction to decrease narcotic use. Engström et al,3 in a 1995 study, compared CPM versus active motion in the early postoperative period. Thirty-four patients were randomized to 2 groups: group 1 started active motion on postoperative day 1 following ACL reconstruction and group 2 started CPM 6 hours per day for 6 days in addition to active motion beginning on postoperative day 1. The method of randomization was not discussed. Parameters evaluated included swelling, range of motion, and atrophy at 6 weeks postoperatively. Selection bias was present in the fact that the active mo- tion group had more acute ACL reconstructions (9 versus 3) and these patients had a much larger extension lag of 7.8° versus 0.8° in the CPM group. Otherwise, the groups were similar. There was no statistically significant difference at 6 weeks in range of motion or atrophy between the 2 groups. Midpatellar and base of patella circumference was increased in the active motion group at 6 weeks (P , .05). The authors attributed this difference to the fact that the active motion group contained more acute ACL recon- structions and had increased swelling preoperatively. The authors concluded there were no benefits of CPM after ACL reconstruction. All 6 of these studies included small numbers of pa- tients. Every study had at least 1 parameter that was de- termined not to be statistically different between groups. Selection bias by randomization method potentially ex- isted in all but the Rosen study.20 Blinding of examiners was not addressed in any study. Dropouts and compliance were not addressed in any study. None of the studies pre- sented power calculations to determine the size of group that would have been necessary to potentially demonstrate a difference if it did exist. Thus, these potentially have a type II error. Based on this review, there is no substantial advantage for CPM use except for a possible decrease in pain. Therefore, its use cannot be justified with its addi- tional insurance and patient costs. early WeIght bearIng and MotIon One randomized trial has been performed evaluating the efficacy of immediate weight bearing versus delayed weight bearing following ACL reconstruction. Tyler et al,24 in a 1998 study, compared immediate weight bearing as tolerated versus a delay of 2 weeks. Forty-nine patients were prospectively randomized following endoscopic au- tograft bone-patellar tendon-bone reconstructions. The randomization technique was not discussed. Independent examiners assessed the results, but blinding was not dis- cussed. Group 1 was instructed to discard their crutches as soon as possible and to bear as much weight as possible. Compliance with weight bearing was not determined. Group 2 was instructed to remain nonweight bearing for the first 2 weeks following reconstruction. They were in- structed to not wear a shoe to improve compliance. Two patients in each group were lost to follow-up. Parameters evaluated included range of motion, sta- bility, vastus medialis oblique electromyogram, Lysholm and Tegner scores, and anterior knee pain. KT-1000 test- ing demonstrated no difference at final follow-up, which ranged from 6 to 14 months. Range of motion showed no statistical difference at 2 weeks or final follow-up of 6 to 14 months (mean, 7.3 months). Vastus medialis oblique activity was significantly increased in the weight-bearing group at 2 weeks (P = .002); however, at final follow-up, vastus medialis oblique activity was equal in both groups. At final follow-up, a statistically significant difference in anterior knee pain was noted. Seven of 20 nonweight- bearing patients (35%) and 2 of 25 weight-bearing pa- tients (8%) reported pain (P = .03). Anterior knee pain was evaluated using questions from the Lysholm scale that described pain with routine exertion, stair climbing, or squatting. Lysholm scores demonstrated a significantly greater improvement from preoperatively in the weight- bearing group (P = .03). The authors concluded there were no deleterious ef- fects of early weight bearing on stability or function and anterior knee pain may be decreased by earlier recruit-

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1 00:01:56,051 --> 00:01:57,943 Mokkori aerobics! 2 00:02:01,488 --> 00:02:04,991 C'mon, Makimura. Stop moving, or you'll mess up my aim. 3 00:02:04,991 --> 00:02:07,127 Sure you have the right "target"? 4 00:02:07,127 --> 00:02:08,728 Found me out, huh? 5 00:02:08,728 --> 00:02:10,730 You've been hired to destroy that sword, 6 00:02:10,730 --> 00:02:13,995 a national treasure that he cherishes more than his own life. 7 00:02:14,601 --> 00:02:17,537 This isn't a job worthy of a first-class sweeper like me. 8 00:02:17,537 --> 00:02:20,097 I'd rather watch aerobics any old day. 9 00:02:20,440 --> 00:02:23,042 After the job, you can watch all you like. 10 00:02:23,042 --> 00:02:24,703 Yeah, I guess so. 11 00:02:33,319 --> 00:02:34,521 Mission complete! 12 00:02:34,521 --> 00:02:34,821 Okay, I'm out of here. Mission complete! 13 00:02:34,821 --> 00:02:35,889 Okay, I'm out of here. 14 00:02:35,889 --> 00:02:36,022 Sure, sure. 15 00:02:36,022 --> 00:02:37,353 Sure, sure. 16 00:02:42,996 --> 00:02:45,362 I don't like guys... 17 00:03:11,057 --> 00:03:14,026 Excuse me. Could you help me? 18 00:03:14,661 --> 00:03:17,630 Is this the way to Shinjuku Hall? 19 00:03:18,064 --> 00:03:22,802 Yes. Go straight down this road, turn right at the next light. 20 00:03:22,802 --> 00:03:24,269 Then... 21 00:03:30,577 --> 00:03:33,179 Yuko! Sorry to make you wait! 22 00:03:33,179 --> 00:03:35,147 Something came up suddenly... 23 00:03:37,317 --> 00:03:39,649 Yuko, what's wrong? 24 00:03:39,986 --> 00:03:44,889 Yuko? Hang on! Yuko! Yuko! 25 00:03:46,459 --> 00:03:50,230 A series of indiscriminate shootings in Shinjuku. 26 00:03:50,230 --> 00:03:53,290 Despite the incidents taking place in busy areas, no witnesses. 27 00:03:54,133 --> 00:03:56,897 The number of victims has risen to five. 28 00:03:57,704 --> 00:04:00,707 One of the victims, a high school student named Yuko Azuki, 29 00:04:00,707 --> 00:04:03,676 was killed as she was waiting for her older sister. 30 00:04:05,945 --> 00:04:09,549 Look, Ryo, can I have your attention here? 31 00:04:09,549 --> 00:04:13,679 Not happening. A depressing case like this one just isn't for me. 32 00:04:14,854 --> 00:04:16,356 Such a pity. 33 00:04:16,356 --> 00:04:19,325 When she learns you've refused, how sad she'll be. 34 00:04:19,325 --> 00:04:22,795 "She?" Why didn't you say so in the first place?! 35 00:04:22,795 --> 00:04:24,130 Geez. 36 00:04:24,130 --> 00:04:24,297 Your client is the high school student's older sister, Natsumi Azuki. Geez. 37 00:04:24,297 --> 00:04:27,698 Your client is the high school student's older sister, Natsumi Azuki. 38 00:04:27,934 --> 00:04:30,300 And she'd better be one sexy babe. 39 00:04:31,237 --> 00:04:32,795 That depends on your taste. 40 00:04:33,039 --> 00:04:34,440 I'll take it! When you act like that, I know she's Mokkori! 41 00:04:34,440 --> 00:04:34,607 I'll take it! When you act like that, I know she's Mokkori! 42 00:04:34,607 --> 00:04:37,644 I'll take it! When you act like that, I know she's Mokkori! 43 00:04:37,644 --> 00:04:40,446 Have her drop by to see me at Master's place. 44 00:04:40,446 --> 00:04:42,641 Hey! At that place! Are you serious? 45 00:05:03,970 --> 00:05:07,974 What kind of guy would invite me to a place like this? 46 00:05:07,974 --> 00:05:09,635 This kind of guy. 47 00:05:11,477 --> 00:05:13,342 Sorry to make you wait so long. 48 00:05:13,680 --> 00:05:16,382 Oh, this is really Mokkori! 49 00:05:16,382 --> 00:05:17,984 Help! Molester! 50 00:05:17,984 --> 00:05:19,451 Uh, I'm... 51 00:05:21,621 --> 00:05:24,090 It's a molester. He's under the table. 52 00:05:24,090 --> 00:05:25,992 Someone call the police! 53 00:05:25,992 --> 00:05:29,587 I'm not a molester. I'm Ryo Saeba. 54 00:05:30,530 --> 00:05:31,997 You are? 55 00:05:32,332 --> 00:05:34,400 Right, Ryo Saeba. 56 00:05:34,400 --> 00:05:37,665 I take it you want me to avenge your sister. 57 00:05:38,638 --> 00:05:40,105 Yes, that's right. 58 00:05:40,773 --> 00:05:42,375 I want you to find the person responsible 59 00:05:42,375 --> 00:05:44,744 and turn him in to the police. 60 00:05:44,744 --> 00:05:49,010 Really? The look on your face says something else. 61 00:05:49,615 --> 00:05:52,743 It tells me that once I locate the person you want revenge for yourself. 62 00:05:53,219 --> 00:05:54,686 That's not right! 63 00:05:55,455 --> 00:05:57,616 But that's how it looks to me. 64 00:05:58,791 --> 00:06:00,693 I've changed my mind! 65 00:06:00,693 --> 00:06:02,995 It was a mistake to ask you. 66 00:06:02,995 --> 00:06:04,462 Excuse me! 67 00:06:05,365 --> 00:06:07,424 If you leave now, you'll regret it. 68 00:06:07,667 --> 00:06:09,692 I regret even coming here to begin with! 69 00:06:11,170 --> 00:06:13,706 There's too much going down in this town. 70 00:06:13,706 --> 00:06:18,511 It's my job as a sweeper to clean up the scum that falls through the cracks. 71 00:06:18,511 --> 00:06:22,281 This kind of place is essential if you're after punks like that. 72 00:06:22,281 --> 00:06:25,184 But what can you find out here? 73 00:06:25,184 --> 00:06:26,651 Hey there, Master. 74 00:06:28,788 --> 00:06:32,451 XYZ, huh? That's one dangerous cocktail. 75 00:06:33,025 --> 00:06:35,186 Is it that kind of day, Master? 76 00:06:35,628 --> 00:06:39,587 There's a man who brought in a runaway girl at table five. 77 00:06:41,234 --> 00:06:43,503 Natsumi, please excuse me for a moment. 78 00:06:43,503 --> 00:06:44,837 Looks like there's trouble here. 79 00:06:44,837 --> 00:06:45,004 Trouble? Looks like there's trouble here. 80 00:06:45,004 --> 00:06:46,301 Trouble? 81 00:06:46,806 --> 00:06:49,468 This cocktail is called XYZ. 82 00:06:49,709 --> 00:06:52,371 In other words, the end of the line. 83 00:06:53,846 --> 00:06:56,906 This is the signal Master uses when he needs my help. 84 00:06:58,184 --> 00:07:00,787 It looks like there's murder brewing. 85 00:07:00,787 --> 00:07:02,254 Murder? 86 00:07:04,824 --> 00:07:09,022 Remember what I said? There's a lot going down around here. 87 00:07:11,030 --> 00:07:13,999 No way! I'm not going to be part of any robbery! 88 00:07:15,301 --> 00:07:16,768 Shut up! 89 00:07:17,503 --> 00:07:19,164 What's happening? 90 00:07:19,906 --> 00:07:22,442 Looks like I'm gonna have to shake 91 00:07:22,442 --> 00:07:24,977 down this joint in exchange for your life! 92 00:07:24,977 --> 00:07:26,638 Get out of my way! 93 00:07:37,290 --> 00:07:40,126 Threatening a runaway girl into committing a robbery, huh? 94 00:07:40,126 --> 00:07:43,029 Why don't you give up this foolishness and just take off? 95 00:07:43,029 --> 00:07:44,931 Who are you? A detective?! 96 00:07:44,931 --> 00:07:49,300 Not likely. Would a detective pack a .357 Magnum? 97 00:07:50,703 --> 00:07:53,673 Using a bullet on the likes of you would be a waste of ammo. 98 00:07:53,673 --> 00:07:56,642 Let that girl go before I change my mind. 99 00:07:57,410 --> 00:07:58,877 Is that so? 100 00:08:02,381 --> 00:08:04,984 Go ahead and fire. Fire that monster gun! 101 00:08:04,984 --> 00:08:08,387 At this range, the bullet will go right through my body 102 00:08:08,387 --> 00:08:10,423 and hit someone outside. 103 00:08:10,423 --> 00:08:12,225 We're right in the middle of the business district, 104 00:08:12,225 --> 00:08:14,060 and there's no end to the people. 105 00:08:14,060 --> 00:08:15,584 So hand over that gun. 106 00:08:15,895 --> 00:08:20,266 Do it now! Or who knows what'll happen to this girl! 107 00:08:20,266 --> 00:08:22,768 Do you think that's going to work on me? 108 00:08:22,768 --> 00:08:25,171 Why don't you just stop running your mouth and try it? 109 00:08:25,171 --> 00:08:26,272 Mr. Saeba?! 110 00:08:26,272 --> 00:08:26,672 Sonuva... I'm gonna do it! Mr. Saeba?! 111 00:08:26,672 --> 00:08:28,640 Sonuva... I'm gonna do it! 112 00:08:39,452 --> 00:08:42,819 No, how could... 113 00:08:51,631 --> 00:08:53,599 The window isn't broken! 114 00:08:53,866 --> 00:08:56,035 If the force of the bullet is too great, 115 00:08:56,035 --> 00:08:58,765 all you have to do is fire it through something to slow it down. 116 00:08:59,772 --> 00:09:01,774 Ryo, how could... 117 00:09:01,774 --> 00:09:05,710 The bullet had a metal jacket. It didn't blow my hand apart. I'm okay. 118 00:09:06,412 --> 00:09:08,414 I didn't wound him critically. 119 00:09:08,414 --> 00:09:10,382 I'll leave the rest to you. 120 00:09:12,218 --> 00:09:15,221 I take care of trouble in places like this, 121 00:09:15,221 --> 00:09:19,180 and in exchange, the owners give me information the police aren't aware of. 122 00:09:19,425 --> 00:09:21,893 So the reason you chose this place was... 123 00:09:22,695 --> 00:09:26,153 I think I'll borrow this handkerchief until the job is over. 124 00:09:26,832 --> 00:09:28,299 Okay, but... 125 00:09:32,972 --> 00:09:34,803 It's all right. It's over. 126 00:09:37,176 --> 00:09:39,576 It's okay for me to trust him. 127 00:09:40,313 --> 00:09:42,178 That's what I'm starting to think. 128 00:09:46,185 --> 00:09:50,121 Ow! It hurts! 129 00:09:50,423 --> 00:09:53,881 That's what I get for being so cool! Ow! 130 00:10:01,968 --> 00:10:03,936 I want nothing to do with ya' now. 131 00:10:04,270 --> 00:10:06,135 Not now that he's come into the picture. 132 00:10:06,806 --> 00:10:09,208 That's one guy I don't want to mess with. 133 00:10:09,208 --> 00:10:11,574 I'm fond of being alive. 134 00:10:12,545 --> 00:10:14,979 You mean that sweeper called Ryo Saeba or something? 135 00:10:15,214 --> 00:10:17,249 The word must'a got around fast. 136 00:10:17,249 --> 00:10:19,719 That high school girl you did? 137 00:10:19,719 --> 00:10:23,485 Yuko Azuki? Her older sister hired Ryo Saeba. 138 00:10:23,956 --> 00:10:27,994 So what you're telling me is to give up my fun, right? 139 00:10:27,994 --> 00:10:29,528 That ain't it. 140 00:10:29,528 --> 00:10:32,156 I just don't want anything to do with ya' no more. 141 00:10:32,732 --> 00:10:34,199 Good enough. 142 00:10:38,270 --> 00:10:39,965 You... 143 00:10:45,878 --> 00:10:48,581 The sound of a gunshot, the fragrance of gun smoke, 144 00:10:48,581 --> 00:10:51,880 the rush! I'll let no one interfere with it. 145 00:10:56,122 --> 00:10:58,682 It's not infected, and the stitches are clean. 146 00:10:58,924 --> 00:11:02,328 Be more gentle, Maki! 147 00:11:02,328 --> 00:11:06,264 If you were going to scream like this, you shouldn't have shot your hand. 148 00:11:06,565 --> 00:11:08,434 Still, you've got skill. 149 00:11:08,434 --> 00:11:11,037 Shooting so you missed the bones. 150 00:11:11,037 --> 00:11:13,472 What did you expect?! I'm not so stupid 151 00:11:13,472 --> 00:11:15,872 that I'd smash my bones and ruin my left hand. 152 00:11:16,375 --> 00:11:19,833 Your big show of activity in town has yielded some results though. 153 00:11:20,279 --> 00:11:22,915 So my painful experience wasn't for nothing then. 154 00:11:22,915 --> 00:11:24,382 Okay, we're done. 155 00:11:26,152 --> 00:11:27,586 Still hurts, huh? 156 00:11:27,586 --> 00:11:27,753 So, what kind of info did this hand buy us? Still hurts, huh? 157 00:11:27,753 --> 00:11:30,022 So, what kind of info did this hand buy us? 158 00:11:30,022 --> 00:11:33,826 The killer drives a white BMW. 159 00:11:33,826 --> 00:11:35,327 That's it? 160 00:11:35,327 --> 00:11:36,988 No, there's one more thing. 161 00:11:37,463 --> 00:11:39,231 That informant, Ken, was killed. 162 00:11:39,231 --> 00:11:41,133 Ken?! 163 00:11:41,133 --> 00:11:44,670 The car the killer was driving was also a white BMW. 164 00:11:44,670 --> 00:11:49,408 So that means that Yuko's killer learned I was on the move 165 00:11:49,408 --> 00:11:51,069 and lost his cool. 166 00:11:51,977 --> 00:11:54,741 And now we know who he'll go after next. 167 00:11:55,548 --> 00:11:57,015 Exactly. 168 00:12:30,282 --> 00:12:31,749 Damn! 169 00:12:43,562 --> 00:12:45,030 Miss Natsumi... 170 00:12:45,030 --> 00:12:46,497 Mr. Saeba?! 171 00:12:46,632 --> 00:12:50,736 Man, I was getting worried, because you were late. 172 00:12:50,736 --> 00:12:53,339 How in the world did you get in here? 173 00:12:53,339 --> 00:12:56,041 I had the hardest time convincing your landlord to let me in. 174 00:12:56,041 --> 00:12:59,311 What do you think you're doing entering my home without permission? 175 00:12:59,311 --> 00:13:01,013 Oh, I see you bought me some new pajamas! 176 00:13:01,013 --> 00:13:03,379 How considerate of you! 177 00:13:03,516 --> 00:13:04,676 Pajamas? 178 00:13:04,984 --> 00:13:06,986 A toothbrush would be nice too. 179 00:13:06,986 --> 00:13:09,255 Since I'm staying with you beginning tonight. If you please?! 180 00:13:09,255 --> 00:13:10,722 Staying?! 181 00:13:12,658 --> 00:13:14,393 What do you mean? 182 00:13:14,393 --> 00:13:16,395 In order to ensure my client's safety, 183 00:13:16,395 --> 00:13:18,831 it is essential that I stay as close as possible. 184 00:13:18,831 --> 00:13:20,298 Get it? 185 00:13:20,466 --> 00:13:22,268 Let's talk about the details tomorrow. 186 00:13:22,268 --> 00:13:24,637 Now it's time to go to bed! Right? Right? 187 00:13:24,637 --> 00:13:26,104 Right?! 188 00:13:27,640 --> 00:13:31,610 No way! Having you here would be much more dangerous. 189 00:13:31,610 --> 00:13:33,874 If you won't leave, I will. 190 00:13:36,148 --> 00:13:37,583 Please get out of my way. 191 00:13:37,583 --> 00:13:39,551 Weren't you followed? 192 00:13:41,253 --> 00:13:44,924 The man who killed your sister is after you now. 193 00:13:44,924 --> 00:13:46,084 Me? 194 00:13:46,458 --> 00:13:50,326 How do you think he's avoided the cops all this time? 195 00:13:50,729 --> 00:13:54,688 He's had someone informing him of their every move. 196 00:13:55,000 --> 00:13:57,136 That informant was murdered tonight. 197 00:13:57,136 --> 00:13:58,899 Murdered? 198 00:13:59,438 --> 00:14:02,675 I suspect the killer heard directly from the informant 199 00:14:02,675 --> 00:14:04,666 that you had requested my services. 200 00:14:05,911 --> 00:14:08,214 So that creepy car... 201 00:14:08,214 --> 00:14:10,648 That white BMW, you mean? 202 00:14:10,883 --> 00:14:12,384 How did you know? 203 00:14:12,384 --> 00:14:15,688 They don't call me the City Hunter for nothing. 204 00:14:15,688 --> 00:14:18,248 Now that you get it, go on to bed. 205 00:14:19,024 --> 00:14:22,187 Somehow I get the feeling I've been had. 206 00:14:22,628 --> 00:14:24,892 Natsumi, your safety is... 207 00:14:27,766 --> 00:14:30,669 Hey, why did you have to go and put a curtain here? 208 00:14:30,669 --> 00:14:33,439 I'm warning you. Don't you dare come any closer! 209 00:14:33,439 --> 00:14:36,442 It would be safer if you slept with me though. 210 00:14:36,442 --> 00:14:39,378 I have the utmost confidence in you as a sweeper, 211 00:14:39,378 --> 00:14:42,245 but none whatsoever as a man. 212 00:14:43,148 --> 00:14:47,887 That's silly. Sleeping with you means sleeping with you as a sweeper. 213 00:14:47,887 --> 00:14:49,354 Oh, really! 214 00:14:52,391 --> 00:14:54,793 Your words don't exactly match your actions. 215 00:14:54,793 --> 00:14:56,260 Guilty. 216 00:15:19,184 --> 00:15:21,846 How am I supposed to sleep after all that talk? 217 00:15:23,455 --> 00:15:27,084 Mr. Saeba, can I really trust you? 218 00:15:27,559 --> 00:15:30,426 You'll sleep with me as a sweeper, right? 219 00:15:33,232 --> 00:15:36,568 Why are you sleeping so soundly? 220 00:15:36,568 --> 00:15:38,661 How do you expect to protect me like that? 221 00:15:56,488 --> 00:15:58,956 Oh no, Mr. Saeba, wake up! 222 00:16:09,768 --> 00:16:14,330 With his client dead, City Hunter is out of a job. 223 00:16:15,741 --> 00:16:17,402 See what ya' get. 224 00:16:30,856 --> 00:16:34,815 Mr. Saeba died instead of me. 225 00:16:35,928 --> 00:16:38,897 What am I going to do? 226 00:16:39,198 --> 00:16:40,665 Now, now. 227 00:16:41,333 --> 00:16:42,823 Who is it? 228 00:16:43,702 --> 00:16:46,205 Just like I thought, one cute behind! 229 00:16:46,205 --> 00:16:49,174 Mr. Saeba! So, who's in the bed? 230 00:16:49,708 --> 00:16:53,075 A wig and a pillow with a little ketchup thrown in! 231 00:16:53,479 --> 00:16:55,547 If you had time to arrange all that, 232 00:16:55,547 --> 00:16:57,950 why didn't you just catch him? 233 00:16:57,950 --> 00:17:00,753 Voila, infrared instant photo. 234 00:17:00,753 --> 00:17:02,914 Handsome devil, isn't he? 235 00:17:03,322 --> 00:17:07,315 Now that we know his face, we'll be able to find him before the day is out. 236 00:17:07,559 --> 00:17:11,997 But I suppose you'll be satisfied if we turn him in to the cops, right? 237 00:17:11,997 --> 00:17:13,157 Well... 238 00:17:14,566 --> 00:17:17,330 One thing's for sure, 239 00:17:18,270 --> 00:17:20,932 he made a fatal error when he messed with a pro like me. 240 00:17:34,520 --> 00:17:37,683 Excuse me, Miss. Could you give me some directions? 241 00:17:38,357 --> 00:17:39,824 Hey, wait! 242 00:17:44,830 --> 00:17:47,958 Damn! Who could have done this? 243 00:17:50,702 --> 00:17:53,535 Grand reopening! Here you go, Sir! 244 00:17:54,273 --> 00:17:57,409 Lot's of pretty girls! Extra special service! 245 00:17:57,409 --> 00:17:58,876 This is from... 246 00:18:01,280 --> 00:18:03,215 He knows who I am. 247 00:18:03,215 --> 00:18:04,682 That guy must have been... 248 00:18:11,090 --> 00:18:12,557 Hold it, you! 249 00:18:12,891 --> 00:18:15,394 You're in such a hurry, has something happened? 250 00:18:15,394 --> 00:18:16,962 No, nothing really. 251 00:18:16,962 --> 00:18:19,021 It looks like there's something on your back. 252 00:18:23,001 --> 00:18:24,403 This is... 253 00:18:24,403 --> 00:18:27,167 Well, I'll be. Someone must be playing a joke on me. 254 00:18:27,406 --> 00:18:29,465 Well, be careful now. 255 00:18:30,175 --> 00:18:32,507 Damn! He's trying to scare me! 256 00:18:50,629 --> 00:18:54,087 It's turn myself in or die, huh? 257 00:19:12,351 --> 00:19:16,321 He's letting me know he can kill me anytime. 258 00:19:16,321 --> 00:19:18,289 We'll see about that! 259 00:19:21,460 --> 00:19:25,430 Oh well, and despite my show of concern for him. 260 00:19:25,430 --> 00:19:27,398 Well, I guess we'll follow him then. 261 00:19:35,207 --> 00:19:38,176 City Hunter is after me, huh? 262 00:19:51,256 --> 00:19:52,723 What? 263 00:19:56,495 --> 00:19:59,498 First time I've taken a stroll through the park in a car. 264 00:19:59,498 --> 00:20:01,659 Some tricky driving here, you okay? 265 00:20:02,035 --> 00:20:04,670 I'd rather you sped up, so you don't lose him, 266 00:20:04,670 --> 00:20:06,271 instead of spending your time worrying about me. 267 00:20:06,271 --> 00:20:07,738 What? Faster than this? 268 00:20:23,722 --> 00:20:25,189 Damn! 269 00:20:28,293 --> 00:20:30,762 The fun and games are over. 270 00:20:30,762 --> 00:20:32,864 I think you'd better give up and turn yourself in. 271 00:20:32,864 --> 00:20:34,331 Give me that! 272 00:20:35,601 --> 00:20:37,669 I'm not letting the police have you! 273 00:20:37,669 --> 00:20:41,298 I'm going to avenge my sister right here with my own hand! 274 00:20:52,484 --> 00:20:55,214 Wait a minute! I'm sorry! 275 00:20:55,454 --> 00:20:58,116 I'm gonna turn myself in. So don't shoot! 276 00:21:06,164 --> 00:21:07,631 Mr. Saeba, 277 00:21:09,568 --> 00:21:11,229 I can't shoot him. 278 00:21:12,371 --> 00:21:13,872 I can't do it. 279 00:21:13,872 --> 00:21:15,339 I know. 280 00:21:18,543 --> 00:21:20,010 Watch out! 281 00:21:33,525 --> 00:21:36,128 Mr. Saeba, he's getting away! 282 00:21:36,128 --> 00:21:38,187 No, he'll be back. 283 00:21:38,697 --> 00:21:41,063 Damn him, playing me for a fool! 284 00:21:45,804 --> 00:21:47,271 I'll kill him. 285 00:22:37,923 --> 00:22:41,882 He wasn't worth you getting your hands dirty. 286 00:22:45,063 --> 00:22:48,726 That's what guys like me are for. 287 00:24:09,014 --> 00:24:11,249 Hey, everyone feeling Mokkori out there? 288 00:24:11,249 --> 00:24:13,385 Okay, next week's episode is about... What?! 289 00:24:13,385 --> 00:24:15,887 My client is a scientist named Mitsuko Shimizu? 290 00:24:15,887 --> 00:24:18,290 She developed a deadly microbe, and someone's after her. 291 00:24:18,290 --> 00:24:19,458 Uh-uh! No way! 292 00:24:19,458 --> 00:24:22,527 She's a scientist, so she must be some old maid with thick glasses. 293 00:24:22,527 --> 00:24:24,095 What's that? You say she's a real babe?! 294 00:24:24,095 --> 00:24:25,797 I'll do it! I can handle this! 295 00:24:25,797 --> 00:24:29,034 The bad guys better not come near my beautiful damsel or else! 296 00:24:29,034 --> 00:24:31,436 I'll show you my Mokkori power! 297 00:24:31,436 --> 00:24:35,073 Next City Hunter: "Please Kill Me! Crosshairs Don't Become a Pretty Girl" 298 00:24:35,073 --> 00:24:36,540 Please watch!

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How to analyse such a system? The ingenious device of the classical authors to see through the complexities of the modern economy consisted in distinguishing between the ‘actual’ values of the relevant variables – the distributive rates and prices – and their ‘normal’ values. The former were taken to reflect all kinds of influences, many of an accidental or temporary nature, about which no general propositions were possible, whereas the latter were conceived of as expressing the persistent, non-accidental and non-temporary factors governing the economic system, which could be systematically studied. The method of analysis adopted by the classical economists is known as the method of ‘long-period positions’ of the economy. Any such position is the situation towards which the system is taken to gravitate as the result of the self-seeking actions of agents, thereby putting into sharp relief the fundamentalforces at work. In conditions of free competition the resulting long-period position is characterized by a uniform rate of profits (subject perhaps to persistent inter-industry differentials reflecting different levels of risk and of agreeableness of the business; see Kurz and Salvadori, 1995, ch. 11) and uniform rates of remuneration for each particular kind of primary input. Competitive conditions were taken to engender cost-minimizing behaviour of profit-seeking producers. Alfred Marshall(1920) had interpreted the classical economists as essentially early and somewhat crude demand and supply theorists, with the demand side in its infancy. It was this interpretation and the underlying continuity thesis in economics that Sraffa challenged. As he showed, the classical economists' approach to the theory of value and distribution was fundamentally different from the later marginalist one, and explained profits in terms of basically two data:(a) the system of production in use and (b) a given real wage rate (or, alternatively, a given share of wages). Profits (and rents) were thus conceived of as a residual income. Whereas in marginalist theory wages and profits are treated symmetrically, in classical theory they are treated asymmetrically. On a still deeper methodological level the divide between the classical and the later marginalist authors could hardly be more pronounced. While the classical authors took the economic system to exist independently of the single agent and actually exert a considerable influence upon the latter depending upon the role ascribed to him as worker, capitalist or landowner, the marginalist authors advocated one version or another of ‘methodological individualism’, which takes a set of assumedly optimizing agents who exist independently of the system as a whole and who shape the system rather than the other way round. Let us now examine more closely the scope, content and analyticalstructure of classical theory. The classical economists proceeded essentially in two steps. In the first step they isolated the kinds of factors that were seen to determine income distribution and the prices supporting that distribution in specified conditions, that is, in a given place and time. The theory of value and distribution was designed to identify in abstracto the dominant factors at work and to analyse their interaction. In the second step they turned to an investigation of the causes which over time affected systematically the factors at work from within the economic system. This was the realm of the classical analysis of capital accumulation, technical change, economic growth and socio-economic development.

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1-The years in office had made some difference in john kennedy. He was older looking now. There were lines in his face and gray hair in the thick red-brown hair. He still moved quickly and gracefully, however, and his confidence and humor had not diminished. 2-On November 21, 1963, three years after his election, he left Washington for a tour of Texas. Mrs. Kennedy went with him. one city on the tour was Dallas. Most of the business leaders of Dallas were protestants and strongly conservative. Many were bitterly against Kennedy. A month ago, Adlai Stevenson, an aide to President Kennedy, had gone to Dallas. During his speech, he had been heckled. When he had come out of the hall, a crowd of pickets had pushed against him. A woman had hit him on the head with a sign and a man had spit in Stevenson's face. 3-Because of these incidents, these was concern for the President's safety. However, all went well in Texas as the tour began. Cheering crowds greeted the President in San Antonio, Houston, and Fort Worth. On Friday, November 22, the President left Fort Worth and flew To Dallas for a parade and dinner. 4-Shortly before noon in Dallas, the parade began. It was a beautiful day: "Kennedy weather," it was later said. Cheering crowds lined the streets and increased in number as the parade neared the center of the town. Only a few anti-Kennedy signs were seen. 5-The President rode in the first car with Mrs. Kennedy, who looked beautiful in a bright pink suit and hat to match. Texas Governor Connally and his wife were in the same car. Secret service men protecting the President rode in his car the next one: The Bubble top of the president's car had been removed and the bullet-proof windows were open. He stood up most of the time waving to the crowd. As the parade slowed to make a turn, Kennedy sat down and began to Talk with the connallys. "You can't say that Dallas is not friendly to you today," said Mrs. Connally. 6-There was a sharp crackling sound. The President jerked and clutched his neck. Governor Connally turned around. The sound could have been a motorcycle backfiring. Then the sound was repeated. There was no mistaking it. Someone was shooting at the President’s car. 7-There was a burst of blood from the back of President Kennedy’s head and he fell forward into the arms of Mrs. Kennedy’s. Governor Connally was shot at the same time and tumbled into the arms of his wife. It happened in about six seconds. “Oh, my God!” cried Mrs. Kennedy. “They have shot my husband. Jack! Jack!” 8-When the limousine came to Parkland Hospital, the President lay unconscious in the arms of his wife. In minutes, both the President and Governor Connally were being carried on stretchers into emergency rooms. 9-Doctors worked desperately to save the President’s life, but there was no hope. Mrs. Kennedy stood quietly in the room as they worked, but her eyes were filled with tears. In the meantime, Governor Connally was also being examined. His wounds were serious, but not fatal. 10-At 1:33 p.m., a press aide, red-eyed and with a sharking voice, told the waiting reporters, “President John F. Kennedy died at approximately 1:00 p.m. here in Dallas. He died of a gunshot wound in the brain.” 11- There was a stunned hush for a moment after the statement was read. Then the reporters rushed to the telephone. All over the country, people listening or watching as the news was broadcast had the same stunned, unbelieving reaction. 12- That afternoon, Dallas police arrested a man named Lee Harvey Oswald, who was suspected of being the assassin. Oswald, however, was never brought to trial, for two days later, he himself was killed. As he was being moved from the city jail to the county jail, a Dallas man named Jack Ruby jumped from the crowd of newspapermen and shot Pswald. Ruby died in prison three years later. 13- The full details of the assassination may never be known. After Johnson became President, he appointed a commision led by Supreme Courrt Justice Earl Warren to investigate John Kennedy’s death. The Warren Commission concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald was the killer, and that he acted alone and was not part of a conspiracy. There were conflicting reports, however, of how many shots were fired and where they came from, and the results of the investigation were much disputed.

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