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Cementless Semi-hip System

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Hip prosthesis

Hip prosthesis

12/14 standard taper, highly polished shoulder and neck designed to minimize wear particles generated by impingement during joing motion.


Hip prosthesis

12/14 standard taper and narrowed neck design increase range of motion.  Proximal trapezoid cross-section provides axial and rotational stablity. HA, Titanium and double spray coating options.


Hip prosthesis

Vacuum plasma TI sprayed onto the microporous surface to provide an optimal interface for bone ingrowth. The low-end 4 rqually divided groove design of metal cup is convenient for intra-articular adjustment of the liner angle.


Hip prosthesis

Ceramic head, metal head and  bipolar head ect. provided for different options.



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DescriptionsMaterialsSurface CoatingMatched Instrument Set
AK-CL-td Femoral
Stem 135°
Titanium AlloyTi+HA plasma sprayAK-CL
AK-BipolarCo-Cr-Mo Alloy
Cup+UHMWPE Liner

AK-FH-M Femoral HeadCo-Cr-Mo Alloy


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Cementless Semi-Hip System: An Innovative Solution for Hip Replacement

Hip replacement is a common surgical procedure that involves replacing a damaged or diseased hip joint with an artificial one. Traditionally, cemented hip implants have been used for this purpose. However, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in cementless hip implants due to their potential benefits. In this article, we will explore the concept of a cementless semi-hip system, its advantages, and how it compares to traditional cemented hip implants.

Introduction

Hip replacement surgery is one of the most successful orthopedic surgeries performed today. It has a high success rate, with most patients experiencing significant pain relief and improved mobility. Traditional hip replacement surgery involves using cemented hip implants, which are held in place with bone cement. However, cemented hip implants have some disadvantages, including a higher risk of loosening over time and a potential risk of infection.

What is a Cementless Semi-Hip System?

A cementless semi-hip system is an innovative solution for hip replacement surgery. Unlike traditional cemented hip implants, cementless semi-hip systems do not rely on bone cement to hold the implant in place. Instead, they use a combination of special coatings and materials that allow the bone to grow into the implant, creating a more stable and long-lasting connection.

Advantages of Cementless Semi-Hip Systems

There are several advantages to using a cementless semi-hip system over a traditional cemented hip implant. These advantages include:

Longer Lifespan

Cementless semi-hip systems have a longer lifespan compared to traditional cemented hip implants. This is because they rely on natural bone growth to hold the implant in place, which creates a more stable and long-lasting connection.

Reduced Risk of Loosening

Cemented hip implants have a higher risk of loosening over time, which can lead to implant failure and the need for revision surgery. Cementless semi-hip systems have a reduced risk of loosening, which means that patients are less likely to require revision surgery in the future.

Better Biocompatibility

Cementless semi-hip systems are designed to be biocompatible with the body, which means that they are less likely to cause an adverse reaction or rejection by the immune system. This is particularly important for patients with allergies or sensitivities to certain materials.

Faster Recovery

Cementless semi-hip systems may offer a faster recovery time compared to traditional cemented hip implants. This is because the lack of bone cement allows for better bone growth and healing around the implant.

How Does a Cementless Semi-Hip System Compare to a Cemented Hip Implant?

There are several key differences between a cementless semi-hip system and a traditional cemented hip implant. These include:

Surgical Technique

The surgical technique used for a cementless semi-hip system is slightly different from that used for a cemented hip implant. This is because the implant must be inserted in a way that allows for natural bone growth and integration.

Materials

Cementless semi-hip systems use different materials and coatings compared to traditional cemented hip implants. These materials and coatings are designed to promote natural bone growth and integration.

Risk of Infection

Cemented hip implants have a potential risk of infection due to the use of bone cement. Cementless semi-hip systems have a reduced risk of infection due to the lack of bone cement.

Cost

Cementless semi-hip systems may be more expensive than traditional cemented hip implants. However, the potential benefits and longer lifespan may outweigh the initial cost.

Conclusion

Cementless semi-hip systems are an innovative solution for hip replacement surgery. They offer several advantages over traditional cemented hip implants, including a longer lifespan, reduced risk of loosening, better biocompatibility, and potentially faster recovery time. While there are some differences in surgical technique and materials used, the benefits of a cementless semi-hip system may outweigh the initial cost. Patients considering hip replacement surgery should discuss the pros and cons of different implant options with their doctor to determine which is the best option for their individual needs.

FAQs

1. What is a cementless semi-hip system?

A cementless semi-hip system is an innovative solution for hip replacement surgery that does not rely on bone cement to hold the implant in place.


2. How does a cementless semi-hip system differ from a traditional cemented hip implant?

Cementless semi-hip systems use special coatings and materials that allow the bone to grow into the implant, creating a more stable and long-lasting connection. Traditional cemented hip implants use bone cement to hold the implant in place.


3. What are the advantages of a cementless semi-hip system?

Advantages of a cementless semi-hip system include a longer lifespan, reduced risk of loosening, better biocompatibility, and potentially faster recovery time.


4. Is a cementless semi-hip system more expensive than a traditional cemented hip implant?

Cementless semi-hip systems may be more expensive than traditional cemented hip implants, but the potential benefits and longer lifespan may outweigh the initial cost.


5. Who is a good candidate for a cementless semi-hip system?

Patients considering hip replacement surgery should discuss the pros and cons of different implant options with their doctor to determine which is the best option for their individual needs. Factors such as age, health, and activity level may influence the choice of implant.


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