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Oxford Unicondylar Knee Replacement Orthonova Hospital Joint replacement centre only centre for Oxford Knee Replacement in India Partial Knee Replacement Partial Knee Replacement :- If you are thinking about knee replacement, it is imperative you read this information. It has been seen during surgeries that approximately 30% of the total knee replacements that are operated world wide, have only 1/3 of the knee damaged. But since there knee option available to most of the surgeons, therefore total knee replacement is the only answer. It is now considered to be unethical and unwise to operate and remove the cartilage and bone which is not damaged and would otherwise work good for 15-20 years more. SO THINK AGAIN BEFORE GOING IN FOR KNEE OPERATION IS THE CENTRE OFFERING THIS OPTION? That’s why the concept of partial knee replacement gained popularity. In UK and USA, this surgery is going on well for more than 20 years, with results more than 98% success [better than a total knee replacement]. Only, a very few surgeons are trained for this procedure all over the world, as this is a very delicate and advanced surgery History takes it that this surgery has been introduced, in India by the keen academic endeavours of Dr. Harprit Singh, at ORTHONOVA HOSPITAL, JALANDHAR. THE ONLY OXFORD CERTIFIED SURGEON IN INDIA. Presently, this is the only centre in INDIA offering this most advanced surgical option for the knee. Partial Knee Replacement Unicondylar Knee Replacement. BEST ORTHONOVA HOSPITAL IN JALANDHAR BEST Oxford Unicondylar Knee Replacement IN JALANDHAR KNEE REPLACEMENT IN JALANDHAR
Hip Replacement ‘Ceramic’ is the 21st century answer to hip replacement being both hard and durable. Hardness of the Ceramic gives is high abrasion and scratch resistance. Surface tension gives it excellent lubrication properties. it wears minimally and is deemed to have no toxic or side effects in human body, and thus it is often called “Biologically inert.” Also, there is no inflammation or bone loss reported and if one is talking about longevity and reliability, one can trust ‘Ceramic’ on that! Indications for Hip replacement are:- 1. Osteoarthritis of hip. 2. Avascular necrosis. 3. Fractures of hip. 4. Traumatic arthritis. 5. Rheumatoid arthritis. 6. Ankylosing spondylitis. 7. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. 8. Congenital Deformities of hip (by birth) 9. Benign and malignant bone tumors. 10. Protrusio acetabuli. Ceramic hip replacement surgery requires an experienced surgeon, as placement variance by one or two degrees can significantly affect the results of the implant. Ceramic bearings are available in three configurations, all of which feature a Ceramic femoral head. The differences are in the material used for the cup’s liner & Ball, which can be made of: A. Ceramic ball on Ceramic Cup Ceramic-on -Ceramic bearings in hip replacement have low rates of wear, (1000 times less than plastic) and if implanted correctly may last 40yrs. or more. a) Include a Ceramic ball and a socket with Ceramic lining. b) Lowest wear rate because all material is Ceramic. c) Fewer particles are released during movement. d) Particles are not as biologically active as those of other types of implants. Over 90% of patients have excellent pain relief after the surgery. The average hip replacement lasts about 25 yrs some longer, some shorter. However, hip replacements are known to wear out more quickly inyounger, more active patients. For younger patients, thus, a ceramic on polyethylene prosthesis may be the implant for hip replacement. But unfortunately it often breaks and is known to causes squeaking noise also. B. Ceramic ball on Vitamin-E Poly Cup Ceramic on vitamin-E poly is undoubtedly a long term performance for high demand patients. Ceramic in Vitamin-E poly delivers on 3 critical performance characteristics of polythene. 1. Exceptional oxidation stability. 2. Ultra low wear. 3. Improved strength. Since the vitamin E in the polyethylene, actively and continuously prevents oxidation, the presence of Vitamin-E eliminates the needs for post-irradiation remelting, resulting in improved strength. As a result, surgeons are now showing a preference for highly cross linked polyethylene (HXPE) liners, often in combination with a Ceramic ball head, for their younger patients. Thus, Ceramic on Vitamin-E poly, no doubt , is the ultimate implant for hip replacement in the young. Ceramic on Ceramic is undoubtedly, the best implant for TKR but there have been reports of breakage of the ball/cup as both are hard/surfaces brittle. So these days, Ceramic in Vitamin E poly liner is the best option. We, at Orthonova have done around 300 Ceramic on Ceramic/Ceramic on Vitamin E poly. C. Ceramic ball on polyethylene Cup a) Used in younger patients. b) Preferred choice because of its durability. c) Ball made of Ceramic material and a polyethylene socket. d) Reduction in joint wear. e) Better lubricated than metal ball on poly liner. D. Metal on polyethylene TKR a) Metal ball on plastic cup. b) Used in old patients. c) Has high wear late & fails early E. Metal on Metal TKR a) Cup & ball of steel. b) used earlier but withdrawn due to side effects. Other types of Hip Replacements Depends on type of fixation to the bone 1. Cemented Total Hip Replacement: a) Where stem & plastic cup are both fixed with cement to the bone. b) Done in old age. 2. Hybrid TKR: Where either the stem on the cup fixation is without cement the one side ic cemented & other is uncemented. 3. Uncemented THR: a) Where both components are uncemented. b) Generally considered best for young patients. 1, 2, 3 Can be matched with A, B, C, D, E and 3B is the Best Dr. Harprit has changed somewhere near 4000 hip joints over 17yrs. (Parcial & Total) Which is probably the max in North India. Lowest age of 13yr Highest age of 105yr BEST HIP REPLACEMENT DOCTOR IN INDIA BEST HIP REPLACEMENT HOSPITAL IN JALANDHAR BEST HIP REPLACEMENT HOSPITAL IN INDIA
Stop the bikes: advice to all parents. This young guy of 17-18 yrs of age ws riding double pillion on a mobike.And as luck would have had it , they crashed into a truck or the truck crashed into em. All rushed to # Orthonova. All serious. This guy had no recordable blood pressure and pulse. We 25 of our staff resuscitated and stabilized two of them. On One we struggled and struggled but his blood pressure wont rise above 90.we inserted a line directly into the heart(central line) and rushed 4 u of blood and fluid. He was bleeding from his thigh like a rain pipe. I had to decide: to operate or..... Telling his relatives , that all odds are against us...we took him for surgery. His whole femoral artery was clotted.and bleeding.his bone was shattered. We repaired his artery and the bones. It took 6 hours. As we relieved ourselves for the night( dawn to b precise) , he had a burstout.......bole to artery burst.and he crashed.blood splurgingout in the icu We wheeled him back to the ot. Rrpaired again. 24 hes fine and winking. Rest of the guys repaired too. Wait for reactions of the patient and reatives tomorrow. In all we gave 15 u of blood.and 14 hours of fight by 3 docs 5 staff . 3 lives saved.