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Hip joint endoprosthesis

  • Hip joint endoprosthesis, Zimmer cementless antiallergic prosthesis
  • Hip joint endoprosthesis, Zimmer cementless antiallergic prosthesis, Biolox ceramics
  • Hip joint prosthesis, Zimmer cementless antiallergic prosthesis,
  • Hip joint prosthesis, cemented antiallergic Zimmer prosthesis

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Endoprosthesis implantation, the main indication of which is pain relief, is a commonly performed operation for degeneration of the hip joint. The procedure is performed in the case of degeneration of joints and articular cartilage, so it is most often performed in the elderly. However, this does not mean that young people are not exposed to such damage.

Endoprosthesoplasty consists in removing the diseased tissue and implanting an endoprosthesis in its place, which takes over the functions of the damaged structure. By eliminating pain, an implanted implant allows you to restore lost joint functions and perform basic movements such as walking or lifting heavier objects.

There are several types of implants, we most often choose them depending on the patient’s age. Younger ones have cementless prostheses implanted due to their longer life. It is placed on the bone by pressing or screwing.

The doctor who will perform the procedure qualifies the patient for the procedure. In addition to the clinical examination, the attending physician requires a diagnostic ultrasound of the joint or MRI. It is often necessary to perform an X-ray of the joint. After consultation and agreeing with the patient the type and indications for surgery, the date of the operation is set.

For the first few days, the patient receives painkillers and anticoagulants. It is very important to follow the recommendations of the attending physician. Already from the first day after the procedure, the Patient begins the process of rehabilitation. After leaving the hospital, the patient should walk with orthopedic crutches and continue exercising under the supervision of a physiotherapist.

After the procedure, it is recommended to conserve and prevent overload of the operated hip joint. Of course, rehabilitation is necessary to allow the body to regain its full fitness, which usually takes about 2-3 months.

About the procedure

Endoprosthesis implantation, the main indication of which is pain relief, is a commonly performed operation for degeneration of the hip joint. The procedure is performed in the case of degeneration of joints and articular cartilage, so it is most often performed in the elderly. However, this does not mean that young people are not exposed to such damage.

Endoprosthesoplasty consists in removing the diseased tissue and implanting an endoprosthesis in its place, which takes over the functions of the damaged structure. By eliminating pain, an implanted implant allows you to restore lost joint functions and perform basic movements such as walking or lifting heavier objects.

There are several types of implants, we most often choose them depending on the patient’s age. Younger ones have cementless prostheses implanted due to their longer life. It is placed on the bone by pressing or screwing.

Preperation

The doctor who will perform the procedure qualifies the patient for the procedure. In addition to the clinical examination, the attending physician requires a diagnostic ultrasound of the joint or MRI. It is often necessary to perform an X-ray of the joint. After consultation and agreeing with the patient the type and indications for surgery, the date of the operation is set.

Convalescence

For the first few days, the patient receives painkillers and anticoagulants. It is very important to follow the recommendations of the attending physician. Already from the first day after the procedure, the Patient begins the process of rehabilitation. After leaving the hospital, the patient should walk with orthopedic crutches and continue exercising under the supervision of a physiotherapist.

Precautions

After the procedure, it is recommended to conserve and prevent overload of the operated hip joint. Of course, rehabilitation is necessary to allow the body to regain its full fitness, which usually takes about 2-3 months.

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