The cost of all related investigations needed before the surgery.
The cost of Surgery including the cost of surgeon’s fee and OT.
The cost of all consumable and disposables used for the treatment in OT and in the wards including the Jhonson and Jhonson implant.
The cost of the room stays of the patient and 1 attendant including all meals as per the hospital menu.
The cost of pre surgical and post-surgical Physiotherapy / Dietetic consult during the entire hospital stay.
In room wi fi and free internet.
Needful concierge services.
Overstay more than package days,
Any other Specialty Consultations,
Estimated stay in India: – 4-5 weeks.
Bilateral hip replacement surgery
Some patients have degenerative problems in both hips and, they may consider having both hips replaced at the same time. This is called bilateral total hip replacement. It may also be referred to as simultaneous total hip replacement. The advantages of bilateral total hip replacement can include one trip to the operating room instead of two, one anesthetic and therefore one hospitalization. Patients who are employed may find that they need less time off from work overall than if they were to recover from two hip replacements on two different occasions.
Functioning of Hip Joint
The hip is a ball-and-socket joint comprised of the following structures:
Head of the femur
Acetabulum of the pelvis
Ligaments of the hip joint
The head of the femur or "ball" of the hip joint articulates or moves within the cup-like "socket" called the acetabulum of the pelvic bone. Together, these structures are referred to as a "ball and socket" joint. The femoral head and acetabulum are covered by a specialized surface called articular cartilage. This allows smooth and painless motion of the hip joint.
Causes of Hip Replacement: -
Total hip replacement can benefit individuals suffering from a variety of hip problems resulting from either wear and tear from a lifetime of activity or from disease and injury. Some of the common hip problems leading to total hip replacement are
Osteoarthritis resulting from "wear and tear" is the most common reason for individuals to undergo Hip replacement surgery.
Rheumatoid arthritis, an inflammation of the tissue surrounding the joints, can cause deterioration of cartilage and other parts of the joint and also result in the need for hip replacement.
Post-traumatic arthritis, a type of arthritis that can arise following an injury to the joint cartilage or through damage to the ligaments leading to an unstable hip.
Avascular necrosis results from an inadequate supply of blood to the bone end inside the joint.
Others: - Benign and malignant bone tumors can alter the shape and congruency of the joint and also disrupt blood supply of the joint, affecting articular cartilage.
When Does One Need Hip Replacement?
Hip/groin pain that keeps you awake, or awakens you, at night.
Hip pain that limits activities necessary to go about your daily activities (getting up from a chair, climbing stairs, etc.).
Hip pain that limits activities that give you pleasure (walking for exercise, traveling, shopping, etc.).
Tried other treatments for a reasonable period of time, and still having persistent hip pain.
Hip Replacement Procedure
During surgery, once the hip joint is exposed, the head and neck of the femur are removed. The shaft of the femur is then reamed to accept the metal component consisting of the head, neck, and stem. The acetabulum is then reamed to accept a plastic cup. The ball and socket are then replaced into normal position. Both of these implants can be fastened into the bone with or without special cement.
Cemented procedure: - The cemented procedure utilizes a doughy substance mixed at the time of surgery that is introduced between the artificial component and the bone.
Non-cemented procedure: - Artificial joint covered with a material that allows bone tissue to grow into the metal. A tight bond of scar tissue if formed, which anchors the metal to the bone. This is called a cementless total hip replacement.
Post – Operative Care
Postoperative care begins with a team approach of health professionals within the hospital with special emphasis on Physiotherapy regime. The regime is focused on Circulation, Range of motion, Mild muscle strengthening exercises, Gait training, deep breathing exercises. These are all centered on getting the patient back to doing Activities of Daily Living.
Benefits of Hip Replacement Surgery
The general goal of total hip replacement is designed to provide painless and unlimited standing, sitting, walking, and other normal activities of daily living. It Improves quality of life and restores mobility.
It has very high success rates, relieves the pain and disability from degenerative arthritis, meniscus tears, osteoarthritis, cartilage defects, and ligament tears
Technology has led to the development of materials used in the artificial hip joint allowing it to last over fifteen years.
Artificial joint replacement for arthritis of hip is one of the most successful surgeries of the last century.
Individuals are able to begin walking the day following surgery and pain relief is achieved in greater than 95% of people.
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Bilateral hip disease is a frequent finding that can occur in up to 42% of the population with osteoarthrosis, and it is estimated that 25% of patients with osteoarthritis requiring total hip replacement will need a bilateral replacement.
Within 12 weeks following surgery, many patients will resume their recreational activities, such as talking long walk, cycling, or playing golf. It may take some patients up to 6 months to completely recover following a hip replacement.
Make sure you're drinking plenty of fluids — lots of water — and eating foods with fiber, like vegetables and beans. Feel free to use a stool softener, too. Any over-the-counter product will do. Also, remember that there's no set rule for how many bowel movements you should be having.
Getting up and active following surgery is vital to speeding up your recovery after a hip replacement. Try to exercise for 20-30 minutes at a time. The first day that might just mean getting out of bed and to the hallway.
Aseptic loosening is the most common cause of pain after total hip replacement surgery and should be suspected in this patient. Radiographic results in these patients may be normal or may show radiolucent lines and/or shifting of the prosthetic components with aseptic loosening.
Once your hip is taken out, there is no putting it back. So, if your body rejects the implant, you will have major issues. Because of the numerous problems associated with hip replacements, it is crucial that patients are aware of and understand the risks before making the decision to have hip surgery.
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