Session 02: Hip Arthroplasty
Hip replacement is extremely successful surgery in which segments of the hip joint the pelvis and femur are swapped with prostheses. It is made mostly to reduce hip pain and stiffness triggered by hip arthritis. Acute hip pain that is not helped by medicine and that intrudes with your work, sleep or daily activities and the hip rigidity that inhibits movement and becomes hard to walk. Hip Arthroplasty surgery the injured sections of your hip are restored with synthetic transplants. The socket is replaced with a strong plastic cup, which may or may not also include a titanium metallic shell. Your femoral skull will be taken and replaced with a ball made from ceramic or a metal alloy.
- Track 1-1 Osteoarthritis
- Track 2-2 Hemiarthroplasty
- Track 3-3 Rheumatoid arthritis
- Track 4-4 Osteonecrosis
- Track 5-5 Childhood hip disease