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Revision Hip Replacement Surgery in Kanpur

Hip Revision Surgery

Hip revision surgery repairs and replaces the artificial hip joint. You may need this treatment after hip replacement surgery if you have an infection or injury to your prosthetic. You can prepare for this procedure as you prepare for your initial hip replacement surgery. The goal of surgery is to improve the function of your artificial hip.

What is hip revision surgery?

Hip revision surgery is a technique that repairs or replaces an artificial hip joint. You may need this technique after hip replacement surgery to correct any injury to your artificial hip that happened because of:

  1. Normal wear and tear.
  2. Loosening of the implant from the bone.
  3. Dislocation
  4. An infection
  5. A broken bone around the prosthetic
  6. Alignment issues

Damage to your artificial hip joint can cause symptoms of pain and discomfort. You might not be able to use your hip to its complete potential. The purpose of hip revision surgery is to improve the function of your hip.

What happens during hip revision surgery?

During hip revision surgery, your best orthopedic doctor in Kanpur (haddi ke doctor) or best knee replacement surgeon in Kanpur will remove all or part of your artificial hip joint and replace it with a new one.

In more intense infection cases, hip revision surgery happens in two different surgeries. The first surgery extracts the artificial joint and treats the infection with antibiotics. Once the condition clears, the orthopaedic surgeons (bones doctor) will perform a second surgery to place a new hip joint.

How should I prepare for hip revision surgery?

About a month before your hip revision surgery, you’ll meet with your orthopedic doctor in Kanpur (haddi ke doctor) to discuss your surgery and possible risks. They’ll also perform a physical exam, take a complete medical history, and review any prescriptions or supplements you currently take. These tests are also necessary and could include:

  1. Lab testing.
  2. Urine analysis.
  3. Electrocardiogram (EKG).
  4. X-rays.

Preparing for hip revision surgery at home

You can take steps at your home to help you prepare for an easier recovery after hip revision surgery by:

  1. Ask someone to help you out at home for the first few weeks after surgery.
  2. Trying to quit or cut down on smoking before your surgery if you smoke.
  3. Remove tripping hazards — like loose rugs or electrical cords — from your home.
  4. Moving generally used household items, foods, and beverages to a shelf or counter at your waist or shoulder level.
  5. Organize your sleeping area on the main floor to avoid going up and down stairs.
  6. Use special equipment around your home to help you complete your daily tasks. You can use an elevated toilet or shower seat or a grasping device to help you put on your socks and shoes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dr. Raghvendra Jaiswal, The Best Orthopedic Doctor In Kanpur

Am I too old for this surgery?

Age is not a problem if you are in reasonable health and have the desire to continue living a productive and active life. Take opinion from the best orthopedic doctor in Kanpur (haddi ke doctor) about your general health and readiness for surgery.

How much time will my surgery take?

The surgery takes two to two and a half hours. Some of this time is taken by the operating room staff to prepare for the surgery.

Will I need blood?

You may need blood after the surgery. You may donate your own blood, if able, or use the community blood bank supply.

How long, and where will my scar be?

The scar is approximately 6-8 inches long, and it will be along the side of your hip.

Will I have pain after surgery?

Yes, but your orthopedic doctor in Kanpur (haddi ke doctor) or best knee replacement surgeon in Kanpur will keep you comfortable with appropriate medicines. Generally, most patients can stop powerful medication within one day. On the day of surgery, most patients control their own treatment with a special pump that delivers the drug directly into their IV.

How long will I be in the hospital?

You will be discharged home when you are medically stable, you pass all your physical therapy, and your pain is controlled. For most patients, this is 2-3 days following surgery.

How do you take care of your incision?

You will have a waterproof bandage that will be put on incision before you leave the hospital.

When will I be able to walk after my knee replacement surgery?

You can put total weight on your new hip on the day of surgery. You will probably need a walker or crutches at first but should be able to progress to walking without any additive devices, usually at 4-6 weeks after surgery. This is directed by a patient’s comfort and confidence.

What precautions should I keep in mind?

Inform your orthopedic doctor in Kanpur (haddi ke doctor) and dentists of your hip replacement before surgery, podiatry procedures, dental work, or other tests or procedures. You may need to take antibiotics.

 

Dr. Raghvendra Jaiswal has a rich experience in training house surgeons. He is trained in Computer Assisted Surgery(CAS). Dr. Raghvendra Jaiswa is one of Kanpur’s most experienced orthopaedic surgeons.

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