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> Updates > TYPES OF HIP REPLACEMENT Uncemented Total Hip Replacement : Both the socket and the stem components are fitted into the bone without using acrylic bone cement. This is a precision operation and the bone grows into the surface of the components holding them securely. This type of replacement is advised for younger patients. Cemented Total Hip Replacement : Both the socket and the stem are fixed into the bone using acrylic bone cement. This is advised for elderly patients above the age of 65 years. Hip Surface Replacement : Instead of sacrificing the worn out head of femur (ball), only the surface is shaved off and a new surface is fitted onto the socket and the head of femur. This is a bone preserving operation that allows patients faster recovery and patients can have full range of movements allowing them to squat and sit cross legged.

TYPES OF HIP REPLACEMENT


  1. Uncemented Total Hip Replacement: Both the socket and the stem components are fitted into the bone without using acrylic bone cement. This is a precision operation and the bone grows into the surface of the components holding them securely. This type of replacement is advised for younger patients.
  2. Cemented Total Hip Replacement: Both the socket and the stem are fixed into the bone using acrylic bone cement. This is advised for elderly patients above the age of 65 years.
  3. Hip Surface Replacement: Instead of sacrificing the worn out head of femur (ball), only the surface is shaved off and a new surface is fitted onto the socket and the head of femur. This is a bone preserving operation that allows patients faster recovery and patients can have full range of movements allowing them to squat and sit cross legged.

2020-09-14T07:46:12
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