hip replacement

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hip replacement

nHüftoperation f; (= device)Hüftprothese f
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Predispositions include trauma to the hip, immune suppression, prosthetic hip joint replacement, diabetes mellitus and intravenous drug use.
The next section gives an overview of the various biomaterials used in the past for the total hip joint replacement.
Femoral neck fracture (FNF) is likely to develop into conditions that require hip joint replacement even after appropriate treatment due to complications, such as avascular necrosis of the femoral head (AVN) and nonunion.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a Class I recall of devices used in hip joint replacement surgery after reports surfaced that showed the products could endanger patients' lives.
Specific clinical pathways --eg total hip joint replacement, total knee joint replacement or fractured neck of femur.
Dubai: A man has won Dh1 million in compensation following a botched hip joint replacement surgery which ended with one leg four centimetres shorter than the other.
Day Kimball Hospital, part of the Day Kimball Healthcare system, announced it has earned a Gold Seal of Approval{trade} from The Joint Commission, a national accreditation organization, for both its knee and hip joint replacement programs.
Researchers in Australia confirmed that people who have a large waist size and body mass index (BMI), among other measurements, are more likely to need both knee and hip joint replacement at some point in the future.
The research team led by Flavia Cicuttini of the Monash University, Melbourne, Australia has found that increased waist circumference and body mass index (BMI) were associated with the risk of both knee and hip joint replacement.
The hip joint replacement is presented in figure 2.
These include knee joint replacement and surgery to repair cartilage and ligament damage, hip joint replacement, tendonitis, arthritis, and stress fractures of the lower leg and ankle, many of which require supplemental inpatient services unrelated to acute care.
The proposed approval indication also states that hip resurfacing arthroplasty is intended as primary joint replacement for patients who are at risk of needing more than one hip joint replacement in their life.