Hip Joint Replacement

Hip Joint Replacement Surgery

Hip joint replacement surgery can be the result of a illness that has cultivated with time, like bursitis and arthritis, or of a current hip damage, like a hip fracture or hip displacement.

In some cases, and if not noticed before, circumstances like hip bursitis and hip arthritis may generate intense bone and joint uneasiness, making treatment a reliable choice for releasing your hip pain.

The most common reasons for pain in the hip can be associated to an orthopedic disorder that has appeared over time and your surgeon can recommend you for hip joint replacement surgery.

Signs and symptoms of hip pain contain:

  • Joint pain experienced in the front of the hip, with the outside of the hip, in the groin, or over the buttock area
  • Uneasiness and inflammation in the thigh and knee
  • Joint discomfort or hip muscle spasms, which may reason fluid accretion in the hip joint
  • Limping or the incapability to walk easily on the damaged side
  • Incapability to turn or rotate the hip
  • Pain and the feeling of the hip throbbing while sleeping or resting
  • Fever, redness, and warmth also the signs of infection

If you are feeling any of the signs above, you may have a hip disorder, like hip osteoarthritis, hip bursitis, hip arthritis, or an injury like a fractured hip, disordered hip, hip flexor damage, or labral tear. you can get rid of  this by  joint replacement surgery.

There are two types of this surgery :

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Dr. Kaushal's Treatment

  • pinless navigated knee replacement
  • Computer assisted knee replacement
  • Primary Knee replacement
  • Revision Knee replacement
  • Knee osteotomy
  • Arthroscopic knee surgery
  • Primary Hip Replacement
  • Computer assisted Hip Replacement
  • Revision Hip Replacement
  • Shoulder Joint Replacement
  • Reverse Shoulder Joint Replacement
  • Elbow Joint Replacement

About Dr. Kaushal

(Senior Consultant joint, hip, shoulder Replacement and trauma, &
HOD Orthopaedics  New Delhi)

Orthopaedic Consultant- Specialist for Joint Replacement(Regency Medical Centre, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania)

Fellow Joint Replacement (AIIMS)

Fellow stemcell, Soft tissue and Bone Banking (AIIMS)

Patient care and training Consultant(Fortis Escorts Hospital)

Honorary Consultant (Orthopaedics)Charitable clinic (Khadija National Hospital, Darya Ganj, New Delhi)

Computer-Assisted Hip Joint Replacement

Using a computer assisted hip joint replacement surgery, our expert surgeons are able to exchange injured joints or joint levels with artificial joints and elements as exactly as possible with the modern computer technology in robot-assisted surgery.

Our  expert surgeon team uses the computer assisted surgery to deliver patients, new joint with easy mobility and no pain. Our medical system involves actual operative direction with planned data that is modified according to a patient’s exclusive anatomy using a CT (computerized tomography) scan. This data uses three-dimensional model of the patient’s hip or knee to support the doctor in operating minimally invasive joint replacement process.

Hip joint and knee joint replacement surgery with robotic-arm assisted technology involves the use of implantation made for ordinary, general movement. Due to the methods and accuracy used, after operation pain is nominal, and patients normally have a quick hospital stay and a quick improvement. The structure needs a modified clinical plan depends on your anatomy, which helps in implantation insertion and soft-tissue corresponding, decreasing the risk of problems

Who Needs Hip Joint Replacement Surgery With Computer Technology?

Candidates for hip joint replacement surgery involve those detected with a worst joint disease, like rheumatoid arthritis, post-traumatic arthritis, and osteoarthritis, or those with a severe fracture of the femur or other bones that make a joint.

Joint replacement is executed to deliver pain relief for people with joint illnesses, and slightly invasive robotic process are existing to patients having precise criteria. For instance, person with old age knee osteoarthritis may be right candidates for a partial knee treatment. You are fit for one of these surgeries or not, you will need to consult with a highly experienced orthopaedic surgeon

What to Expect Before Your Hip Joint Replacement Surgery ?

For surgery, you will undertake a analytical procedure to know the source of your joint pain with an X-ray, your doctor may require to plan an MRI scan.

Before suggesting partial knee or total knee or hip joint replacement surgery, your doctor may recommend other surgeries, like steroid injections, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medicines, pain medicines, or bracing.

For a Mako process, you will have a CT scan, which will be performed in creating your modified surgical plan.

What to Expect During Your Surgery ?

Partial knee, total knee, and total hip joint replacement surgery with a computer system is like a traditional joint replacement surgery. After anesthesia, you have given your doctor will make a small cut and, with computer assistance, will eliminate any injured bone, cartilage, or other soft tissues to ready the area for implantation insertion.

The surgeon-controlled robotic arm will perform computer direction to track your patient-specific medical plan. This plan can be improved by your doctor during surgery as required, and the computer device will permit for the alignment and placement of artificial joints and joint mechanisms to be inserted and protected with the highest level of accurateness

Recovery From Hip Joint Replacement Surgery -

Improvement after any joint replacement, involving restoration, differs based on your exclusive condition. Most patients undertake rehabilitation including physical therapy with a qualified physical counsellor to help you learn for movement usually with your implantation.

Be sure to join all follow-up appointments. Hip joint replacement surgery is a medical process that is considered secured, In any surgery, there is a risk of infection, blood clots, and other possible complications

Revision Hip Joint Replacement

Traditional, primary total hip joint replacement surgery is a tough procedure in most of  the patients. This is a machine-driven procedure, most usually mentioned to as a “ball and socket,” that are gathered before and during the procedure. After surgery, this ball-and-socket prosthesis reestablishes mobility in the hip throughout the life of the prosthesis

As with any other automatic device, this replacement can be subject to several methods of mechanical or biological disaster. Such a failure needs a reperformed of the hip replacement to address the reason of failure and its results. A reperformed of a total hip replacement is called a revision.


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Why consider a hip joint replacement revision ?

The group of old age patients who accept a hip joint replacement surgery hold the prosthesis for 15 to 20 years, and sometimes for life. However, some patients may require one or more revisions of a replacement, mostly if the early replacement surgery is executed at a young age and the patient select to have a very dynamic physical lifestyle.

Preperformed inquiries of patients who will undertake revision surgery are more extend in comparison of those patients who will undertake a primary surgery. 

Often times, special radiographic (x-ray) projections, CTscan, or MRI imaging of the hip may be required to know the location and fixation of the inserted parts (elements), and to know exactly the amount of bone loss around a failed implantation. 

A preperformed aspiration (fluid sample) and/or special blood work may be required if the surgeon detects an infection in the failed hip.

Reasons for hip revision

Hip revision operations are executed occasionally. In the United States, there are around 18 revision hip joint replacement surgery executed for every 100 replacements. The most common reasons for revision are:

  1. Repetitive (recurrent) dislocation of a  joint replacement
  2. Mechanical failure (implant wear and tear – loosening or breakage)
  3. Infection
  4. Fractures

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