Hip replacement using minimally invasive techniques
Not all doctors etc.imenyayut with hip replacement miniinvadivnye technique, there are techniques that require a minimum number of cuts and minor bleeding. Firstly, it is necessary to possess certain specific skills, secondly, to have sufficient experience.
So, if it comes toImmediately recall orthopedic surgeons Israel. It was in Israeli hospitals such treatment of joint disease develops especially dynamically.
The advantages of minimally invasive surgery for hip replacement (anterolateral access):
- Minimum damageds skin and muscle tissue;
- a small incision, does not create cosmetic problems;
- the preservation of such important functions as proprioretseptornaya and sensorimotor functions;
- to eliminate the risk of nerve damage;
- a small duration of the operation;
- risks and possible complications are minimized;
- termRehabilitation is also reduced;
- reduced postoperative pain and the total time spent in the hospital.
What is minimally invasive surgery and what it is? Hip arthroplasty using the minimally invasive surgery is mandatoryprocedure requires a doctor, especially qualified. In particular, it should not be less than one hundred transactions per year. Mastered the complex in many ways given surgical technique is not for everyone practices that work for real professionals.
In a hip replacement in Prioties of undoubtedly minimal trauma. Minimally invasive surgery involves the two most common surgical approaches: the anterolateral and anterior that requires proper patient positioning during surgery. It should be noted that the clinics in the United States and the United Kingdom currently nercaustically used posterior approach as the most lenient towards soft tkanyam.Tem however, anterolateral and lateral accesses are considered better and provide more opportunities specialist.
One kind of minimally invasive surgical techniques are arthroscopic surgery. This SLNtea in the joint cavity through a small puncture placed arthroscope (a type of endoscope), and after one or two other puncture the surgeon inserts a special miniature instruments. The lack of extensive surgical incisions allows the patient to recover as soon as possible.