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Doctor insights on: Pathophysiology Of Hip Replacement Surgery

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What are the demographics of hip replacement surgery patients?

What are the demographics of hip replacement surgery patients?

Changing: When first introduced, hip replacement was people over 65. As the prosthesis and our surgical knowledge have improved, we have been able to successfully get good long term results. This has allowed us to provide hip replacements for very young, in their thirties, and active patients with destroyed and painful hips. ...Read more

Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
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Hip Replacement (Definition)

Total hip replacement: surgery in which the diseased ball and socket of the hip joint are completely removed and replaced with artificial materials. A metal ball with a stem (a prosthesis) is inserted into the femur (thigh bone) and an artificial plastic cup socket is placed in the acetabulum (a "cup-shaped" ...Read more


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What are the risks of total knee replacement surgery?

What are the risks of  total knee replacement surgery?

Short and long-term: Anesthesia reactions including heart attack, stroke, allergy, etc. Infections, early about 1% of the time, and possibility of late infections years later. Blood clots and pulmonary embolus. Blood loss, only 5-10% will need transfusion. Persistent pain, swelling, and stiffness. 95% of patients have good to excellent results 3 months after their replacement. Late failure of implant from wear. ...Read more

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What is the cost of hip replacement surgery, rehab aside?

What is the cost of hip replacement surgery, rehab aside?

10.000?: Complex question.Are you asking for the doctor's fees, hospital cost?Dr's fees are independent of the hospital bill that usually icludes:hospital stay, any diagnostic test such as x-raysw, lab work, pt, the use of the operating room, anesthesia fees and the cost of the prosthesis used, those cost are very variable from hospital to hospital.Dr's fees are between2.500 to 5.000 thousand dollars. ...Read more

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Is labral tear surgery of the hip major surgery?

Is labral tear surgery of the hip major surgery?

Every surgery is: Every surgery is major, those labar tear could be done by hole in the skin around the hip joint or some time need open surgery. The open surgery is more involved. ...Read more

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What is involved in knee manipulation after total knee replacement surgery?

What is involved in  knee manipulation after total knee replacement surgery?

Forceful bending: A total knee replacement that has not regained adequate knee flexion after surgery can by treated with a manipulation under anesthesia. This procedure involves the manual disruption of fibrous scar tissue that can sometimes develop within the knee joint. Dedicated range of motion exercises, with a physical therapist and done independently, are critical to the success of this procedure. ...Read more

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What is the survival rate from ?Total hip replacement surgery?

High: By survival rate i assume you mean how long the implant will work and not how long long you will live after surgery. Most patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty survive their surgeries and go on to enjoy their new hips. The hips themselves can last 20 years or more now. ...Read more

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What are common risks of knee replacement surgery in the elderly?

What are common risks of knee replacement surgery in the elderly?

DVT.Swelling: Depend upon which comorbidities are present at the time of the surgery:diabetis, obesity, chf, copd, varicocities etc.Most common ones aredvt(blod clot), swelling, stiffness, infection.Of course there are several possible complications however those are the most common ones. ...Read more

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What are the exercises after total knee replacement surgery?

Strength and motion: Patients lose 30-50% of muscle strength after tka and have to exercise to regain that strength. Leg raising, walking, and progressive exercises to improve the quadriceps function will help. Motion exercises include bending the knee to regain flexion and full extension (straightening). These should be done 3-4 times/day. Bending, biking, and pulling on the leg in flexion will help. ...Read more

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What is the cost of total knee replacement surgery?

What is the cost of total knee replacement surgery?

KNEE REPLACEMENT $$$: Us has the highest cost of knee replacement surgery, from 45000$to70000$ the insurance will cover most, but there are some deductibles and out of pocket expences as well. ...Read more

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Joint infection after total hip replacement surgery commone or negligent?

Uncommon: Infection after tha is a known complication that occurs in 0.1-2% of hip replacement procedures. Factors that can affect this incidence include patient conditions such as obesity, diabetes, or immune system diseases, as well as the length of surgery time, wound closure methods, and experience of the surgeon. Some hospitals and surgeons have higher rates of infection. ...Read more

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How complicated is the recovery for double hip replacement surgery?

How complicated is the recovery for double hip replacement surgery?

Not easy: Obviously there are potential complications from a medical point of view. The recovery for a hip replacement takes several months to decrease pain, increase motion, increase strength and gradually normalize your gait. After this procedure, one can improve for 6-12 months afterward i would suggest doing only one side at a time due to the extensive surgery and recovery. ...Read more

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What is hip replacement surgery for?

What is hip replacement surgery for?

Hip replacement : Tha is primarily done for painful deformity from irregular hip ball and socket. Arthritis, trauma, avn, scfe, perthes, among other developmental diseases can be the culprit. ...Read more

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What are the advantages of artificial joint replacment surgeries?

What are the advantages of artificial joint replacment surgeries?

Pain relief: Joints are typically replaced when they become arthritic and painful. Artificial joints do not function as well as normal joints, but do perform better than painful/arthritic joints. Range of motion and strenght are typically improved with joint replacement surgery, which leads to better function. Artificial joints will all eventually wear out and there are some limitations with there use. ...Read more

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What are the causes of loos femoral component after total hip replacement?

What are the causes of loos femoral component after total hip replacement?

Wear debris: The most common cause of loosening is from the reaction of the bone to the wear particles from the metal and plastic implant. All mechanical devices produce wear particles and your hip is no exception. These particles case a resorption of bone called "lysis". Loosening can also be caused by infection. Sometimes a fall can cause a fracture around an implant and this may loosen the component. ...Read more

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Besides hip dislocation and hip fracture, what are other side effects of hip replacement surgery?

Besides hip dislocation and hip fracture, what are other side effects of hip replacement surgery?

Notable risks: Blood clot - in legs or lungs infection fracture of femur loosening or wear of the implant over time (think of your new hip like tires on your car, more miles = less time that they last) nerve injury bleeding change in leg length. ...Read more

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What is success rate of spinal disc replacement surgery of lower back?

What is success rate of spinal disc replacement surgery of lower back?

Selection: The most important factor in most spinal surgeries is selection. That being said, in a perfect candidate for disc replacement with what would be described as purely discogenic pain at a single level in the lumbar spine the success rate is approximately 80-90 percent good results. ...Read more

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Following is the MRI report of my right knee, 1.Partial tear of acl 2.Moderate joint effusion 3.Tear of popliteofibular ligament. Natural cure ?

Following is the MRI report of my right knee, 

1.Partial tear of acl
2.Moderate joint effusion
3.Tear of popliteofibular ligament.

Natural cure ?

Not likely: Ligaments have poor vascular supply, so the likelihood of complete healing after an injury is low. The acl tear could scar somewhat, but injury to the latter represents damage to one of the posterolateral corner structures which is an important stabilizer to the knee and which could predispose to further knee damage. ...Read more

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What are the dislocation risks after hip replacement? Is a person at greater risk of dislocation after a complete hip joint replacement?

Low risk: Dislocation can occur after a tha but is generally very low and dependent on the original surgical approach, femoral ball size, and skill of the surgeon. The incidence of dislocation ranges from 0.1% to 1-2% depending on the above factors. While surface replacement may have less risk than a total hip replacement, other factors may make these less desirable. Discuss with your surgeon. ...Read more

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What are the all reasons of anterior thigh pain after total hip replacement ?

What are the all reasons of  anterior thigh pain after total hip replacement ?

Femoral implant: Depending on what type of metal implant was used, the implant may be far stiffer than young femur, which can create thigh pain when you do a maneuver that forces your femur to flex. The other cause could be a loose implant. If the implant is moving still inside the femur it will hurt. ...Read more

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