Part of the Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series, Total Hip Arthroplasty is a step by step guide to hip replacement for orthopaedic surgeons. With contributions from well-known international experts in Europe, the USA, Australia and South Africa, this book describes every possible surgical approach for total hip replacement. 800 colour images and illustrations enhance learning and extensive bibliographies after each chapter provide reference material for further research. Topics include cementation on both the acetabular and femoral side, metal on metal hip resurfacing, computer navigation and difficult primary hip replacement for disorders such as dysplasia, bony ankylosis, protrusio and juvenile arthritis.The chance of revision can be decreased by 20% for each properly executed step.6, 7 Particularly crucial is the use of pulsatile ... This allows for a low systolic blood pressure (alt;80-90 mm Hg) to be maintained at the time of cementation, which is essential to ... The author routinely uses a posterolateral approach with repair of the posterior capsule and external rotators but any approach can ... 12. Cementing. Technique: Femur. James. Eberhardt, . Ravi. K. Bashyal, . Henrik. Malchau. 153anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mastering Orthopedic Techniques: Total Hip Arthroplasty|
|Publisher||:||JP Medical Ltd - 2011-11-01|