The Use Of A Dual Mobility Cup In The Management Of Recurrent Dislocations Of Hip Hemiarthroplasty

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The use of a dual mobility cup in the management of recurrent

The use of a dual mobility cup in the management of recurrent dislocations of hip hemiarthroplasty Christian Carulli1 Armando Macera1 Fabrizio Matassi1 Roberto Civinini1 Massimo Innocenti1 Received: 29 December 2014/Accepted: 15 June 2015/Published online: 18 July 2015 The Author(s) 2015.

Paul T.P.W. Burgers, MD 1; Michel P. J. van den Bekerom, MD2

A dual-mobility acetabular component, as developed and described by Gilles Bousquet, was developed in order to reduce the incidence of dislocation in patients at risk of instability.27 It consists of a large, fixed, porous -coated acetabular component and a bipolar femoral component.

Dual-mobility components obviate the need for constrained

Revision total hip arthroplasty abstract Dual-mobility hip components provide an additional articular surface, with the goals of improving range of motion and overall stability. In many European centers, these components are used for primary total hip arthroplasty. However, their greatest utility may be to prevent and treat recurrent

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Dual mobility cup reduces

importance. The Dual articulation Avantage cup is approximately three times more expensive than a con-ventional cemented cup. In 56 femoral neck fracture patients we had 14 episodes of prosthetic dislocation in 8 patients within one year after surgery with associated additional costs, and there were 3 revisions due to recurrent dislocations.

Clinical Study Experiences of a Peripheral Unit in Using a

using a capture/captive cup over an -year period for frail elderly patients who presented with recurrent hip dislocations. Our ndings show no redislocations in our cohort and a survival analy sis demonstrates just less than half surviving at years a er surgery. Furthermore, Harris Hip Scores were generally calculated to be good.

Rehabilitation Protocol: Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA)

Total hip arthroplasty (THA) is an elective operative procedure to treat an arthritic hip. This procedure replaces your damaged hip joint with an artificial hip implant. Hip implants consist of (1) a smooth ball on a stem that fits into your thigh bone (the femoral stem), and (2) a metal socket with a smooth liner that is attached to